Ground Zero Museum Workshop: 100 Images & Artifacts Tour

The “Kid-Friendly” 9/11 Museum
Oscar Prays at Sunrise - Ground Zero Museum Workshop Picture

420 West 14th Street, Floor 2
New York, NY  10014

Phone
: 212-209-3370
Borough: Manhattan

 
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The "first-stop" for tourists before visiting the 9/11 Memorial Pools. See "100 Images & Artifacts" and hear the amazing audio stories behind them. Experience an intimate portrait of life inside Ground Zero, from artifacts you can hold to images that express what words cannot. The Museum Workshop tour does not focus on the day of 9/11 but rather the 9-month “Recovery Period” when cameras were not allowed, making this collection so rare. This is the Real Ground Zero never-before-seen by the public. Audio tours are available in French, Italian, English, and Spanish. Museum founder Gary Suson modeled the workshop after the Anne Frank House in Holland, another tiny Museum in size yet one with a huge emotional impact. The tour features tasteful and non-graphic imagery and shows nothing harrowing from the morning of 9/11.

Get tickets in advance by calling ZERVE at (212) 209-3370 or at http://goo.gl/YvUhEo. $25/Adults, $19/Seniors-Kids. Only 26 guests per tour. Daily Tours at 11am & 1pm (12 noon & 2pm on Sunday & Monday). Closed Wednesday.
 

The Kid-Friendly 9/11 Museum

Parents have praised the Ground Zero Museum Workshop Tour for its ability to hold their children’s attention while teaching them important American history. Known as the “Kid-Friendly” 9/11 Museum for its interactive ability to teach children as young as age five about this tough subject in a gentle way.



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