NYC Attractions | Ground Zero Museum Workshop
The Ground Zero Museum Workshop is an NYC Attraction that shows visitors the work of the men and women involved in the recovery process at the site of the World Trade Center.
Gary Marlon Suson was the official photographer of the Uniformed Firefighters Association. This NYC Attraction showcases his work and tells the story of the recovery process following the September 11th attacks.
About Ground Zero Museum Workshop:
The Ground Zero Museum Workshop chronicles the recovery process, and it lets visitors get a sense of what the work was like for the brave men and women who spent countless hours sifting through the rubble and taking part in the cleanup.
A visit to the Ground Zero Museum Workshop starts with a short film that includes an interview from Suson and shows a variety of the photos that were taken at Ground Zero. Next, a tour guide will lead you the photography exhibit. Along with the photos, visitors also have the chance to see some of the artifacts that were found at Ground Zero. During the self-guided portions of your visit, you will hear commentary from workers and survivors.
Suson’s firsthand experience at Ground Zero along with is moving photographs provide an authentic perspective of these events. This is an important NYC Attraction and one that will leave you with a better understanding of what the recovery workers endured in the days, weeks, and months following the attacks on the World Trade Center.
The personal accounts of survivors and workers help to bring the events to life. One of the most touching parts of a visit to this NYC Attraction is the chance to hold a Star of David that was fashioned using metal from the World Trade Center. You’ll also see Bible passages found among the ruins.
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Seniors and Children $19.00