Visiting this dramatic museum first makes seeing the 9/11 Memorial even more moving. You get to hold actual pieces from the Twin Towers and watch a powerful video about that fateful day.
A location a little hard to locate prior to 1100 am as no outside advertising till 10.45, being a 2nd floor attraction. Over 100 items of interest, on head phone recording by the FDNY official photographer. 1 1/2 tour could have stayed longer to complete listenings, Value for money on my part
Lots of photos and items packed into a very small room, with an audio explanation of each item. Very interesting and moving. Need to allow about two hours for the full audio tour. Near to Chelsea Market and the High Line.
Probably the most impressive photo museum ever. The actual photographer was present the day of our tour and his stories and photos were electrifying. This tour os a MUST for anyone wanting to pay tribute to those that died on 911.
Absolutely stunning and moving, in a very intimate setting!
Very moving.highly recommend a visit to this little gem
Brilliant - so glad we did this - very emotional!
This tour was amazing!
Memorable experience during this 2 hour tour of poohoto collection and actual items from Ground Zero. Intimate and up-close look at the devastation after 9/11.
This was an intimate, moving, experience from a participant's view. The artifacts, photos and spoken account was very moving. If you want to roam through a big, boring, impersonal museum, this is NOT for you. It IS however, for anyone who wants to see and hear a personal, first hand account of the event.
Gosh, what can I say. Take some tissues with you. We were fortunate enough to meet Gary who was the only photographer given access to take the official photographs. There are numerous photos and items to look at and you can take photos of all the exhibits bar one and the reason for this will become obvious to you once you are there. The Museum is located in the Meat Packing District and it is on the 2nd floor of a building so it is not an obvious looking museum. It is very different from the 911 Museum so it is well worth doing both of them. The tour guides are lovely too and make you feel very welcome. You are also allowed to touch some of the exhibits and a lot of the money goes to the charity to support the families of the victims.
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