235 reviews of Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour
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Reviewed by Linda D, July 2011
Anyone visiting NY, book this tour in advance to save disappointment; you won't get a ticket at the door. When you first arrive, you have to wait until the previous visitors have left before you can go in at your booked time slot. You automatically think you are going to enter a large museum but this is not the case, the museum is a small room, very moving, lots of stories and you will see the original items you may have seen in the papers and items that you have not, but all with a story – I am so glad I took time on my vacation to visit the museum, it was worth every penny. When I was returning home and transporting to the Airport, I told our driver about the museum and he said he had not heard about it but said he would definitely visit now.
Reviewed by ALICE E, July 2011
Fantastic, well worth a visit. Very emotional.
illustrated exceptionally well and guide and talk excellent
Reviewed by Barbara S, June 2011
This was extremely emotional and moving! The exhibit made me proud to be an American as well as sober at the loss of so much. A must see!!!
Reviewed by Jaime A, June 2011
Excellent choice....a must see museum in NYC....It is small and intimate, and you walk away understanding this horrible tragedy's impact on the people of New York City and our nation.
Reviewed by Diana D, Canada, June 2011
Excellent so excellent! If you want to see what really went on at that time! The presentation was amazing in the museum.
Reviewed by Amanda M, June 2011
Had been to NY before but hadn't managed to get to do this tour. One of the best tours to do in NY, done in a very tasteful way. Added bonus-on day we were there Gary Suson (the photographer who opened the museum/took all the photos) was at the museum. A definite must do tour
Reviewed by Tracie H, June 2011
This is an AWESOME experience. I was very moved by all the photos and artifacts from ground zero. We shall never forget those that lost their lives and the heroism of those that were part of the recovery. God Bless from Texas.
Reviewed by Robert A, June 2011
How can one say that visting a Ground Zero Museum is the best experience of visting New York - but it truly was. It shoves aside any pretense or fluff to get right to the heart of the matter - a city and a fire department deeply tramatized yet victorious over those who would attack us on our own soil. Thank you to Mr S and the girls who work there.
Reviewed by Rose H, May 2011
It maybe small but every picture told a thousand stories. This was an amazing museum carefully thought about. It was extremely sad but also very positive. It proved that no matter what there are people willing to risk their lives to save others. The Photographer took some amazing photos to tell the story. I would recommend this tour to everyone.
Reviewed by Hezzaj, United Kingdom, May 2011
This is a great tour, very interesting and moving
Reviewed by David A, April 2011
Really, really worth seeing, well organised and with great feeling and understanding
Reviewed by Andrew G, March 2011
Absolutely Fantastic, the images are very moving, don't be put off by the fact it is very small, each image has an audio description via the headphones provided, we did this just before a World Trade Centre Walking Tour and felt this was the right way to do it.