Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour
420 W 14th St New York City, New York 10014
During the tour, you'll explore the 5,000-square-foot museum, which houses a collection of artifacts and photographs that provide a glimpse into the days and months following the 9/11 attacks. The museum is the brainchild of Gary Marlon Suson, an award-winning photojournalist who served as the official photographer for the Uniformed Firefighters Association and spent weeks at Ground Zero documenting the recovery effort. His photos and artifacts offer a unique perspective on history and create a personalized experience to remember a day that forever changed America.
The tour typically lasts around two hours, with a knowledgeable guide leading the way and providing information and insights along the route. This walking tour covers approximately one mile, so comfortable shoes are recommended. You'll see amazing stories of heroism and learn about the bravery of the first responders who risked their lives to save others. Many of the museum's artifacts have never been seen before, making this an incredibly special and unique experience.
In the history of the Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour, one of its most exciting and distinctive features is the VIP Tour. This special tour is limited to small groups of no more than 14 people, making it an intimate and personal experience. The VIP access grants you exclusive access to restricted areas of the museum, and you'll have the opportunity to touch and examine the artifacts in detail.
As you leave the museum, you'll undoubtedly feel a mix of emotions and a heightened sense of patriotism. This tour is a must-see for any visitor to New York City, offering a unique and inspiring perspective on the events of September 11. Don't miss your chance to see the Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour, a touching tribute to the countless heroes of that fateful day. Make sure to book your tour in advance, as tickets sell out quickly.