Museums let you explore the past, much like taking a time machine back to high-school history class. Know the known with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $15 for admission for one to the workshop tour (a $25 value)
- $25 for admission for two (a $50 value)
Lasting anywhere between 90–120 minutes, tours amble through the museum's collection of photographs and artifacts commemorating the recovery efforts in the wake of September 11, 2001. Along the way, a personal guide fields questions. Tours generally run twice daily, with an additional tour on Saturday. See the online schedule for specific times.
Ground Zero Museum Workshop
Ground Zero Museum Workshop founder and official photographer at Ground Zero for the Uniformed Firefighters Association, Gary Marlon Suson aims to lend education and comfort to locals and visitors with a photo exhibition documenting nearly nine months of the Ground Zero Recovery. As various artifacts culled from the site's rubble complement an image collection lauded by the New York Times, the space stands as a permanent museum detailing the buildings, victims, heroes, and aftermath of the tragedy. To further its cause, Ground Zero Museum Workshop shares raised funds and proceeds to benefit three special charities relating to the 9/11 attacks. The Museum was also named by TripAdvisor as one of the top 25 museums in the USA.
90% of 155 customers recommend
“very worthwhile. very touching to see the photos and in a cool lovely environment. holding some of the artifacts from the recovery process made you feel even more...”
“very worthwhile. very touching to see the photos and in a cool lovely environment. holding some of the artifacts from the recovery process made you feel even more connected to the experience. good mix of everything.”
“Excellent place to visit -- very worthwhile with or without coupon -- never even heard of it until the coupon appeared and I'm very glad I went.”
“The staff is very aware of the sensitive nature of their exhibit material and is supportive of everyone and their individual experiences in the museum.”