I was overwhelmed with emotions while paying respect to the victims and families of 911. I don't feel this is a tourist attraction, as I feel it is our duty to visit and learn from the artifacts that are hear. So many stories to hear....More
About Ground Zero Museum Workshop
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Just come back from visiting this museum & wow, so much to see, a very emotional place to go, but it is a must.
A sobering, factual reminder of the fate of so many people caught in the 9/11 atrocity. It is primarily a walk and read exhibition all displayed in the bowels of the North and South towers.
I had heard about the ‘ground zero museum’ so on my first visit to New York with my 20 year old daughter decided to book in advance. I presumed the location would be ground zero so we booked for 11am (45 dollars) and headed on...More
A touching, mesmerizing exhibit and hands-on experience, I think this is a perfect example of love and respect for human life. Being an overly-emotional lady, I could only handle watching and taking in my surroundings for so long before I had to turn and walk...More
I found the Ground Zero Museum Workshop while researching for our NYC trip on TA. We went a few weeks ago for my husband’s 50th Birthday. Our 10-year-old son was also going, and I wanted to make it a memorable trip. Thanks in part to...More
Must get an early entry ticket to avoid all the lines. Once inside you see and hear many of the events which made this a rather holy place for all people. Exhibits are well maintined and the focus is on silent observation. One of the...More