Ground Zero Museum Workshop : 100 Images & Artifacts Tour

In remembrance of the victims, survivors and first responders, visit the Ground Zero Museum Workshop to view stories, images and artifacts from the 9/11 recovery. The founder of the museum, Gary Marlon Suson, is a professional photographer and Manhattan resident who was asked to be the Official Photographer at Ground Zero. He spent six days a week, 17 hours a day capturing the recovery moments of the terror attack on September 11, 2001.

Suson was able to uniquely document the recovery due to a few recovery workers taking him under their wing.  They educated him on the different parts of the site, the art of making a recovery and even spent his time digging when there wasn’t anything to photograph.

The museum was opened in 2004 as a beautiful tribute to display the courage and fight of the recovery workers and keep the memory alive of those who perished. This museum offers an opportunity to join Suson on his emotional journey through the heart of Ground Zero. This experience is not only moving, but insightful of the not-always-told backstory of the 9/11 recovery efforts.

Location: 420 West 14th street, Floor 2 (between 9th Avenue & Washington Street)
Schedule: Wednesday-Sundays from 11am-3pm

In remembrance of the victims, survivors and first responders, visit the Ground Zero Museum Workshop to view stories, images and artifacts from the 9/11 recovery. The founder of the museum, Gary Marlon Suson, is a professional photographer and Manhattan resident who was asked to be the Official Photographer at Ground Zero. He spent six days a week, 17 hours a day capturing the recovery moments of the terror attack on September 11, 2001.

Suson was able to uniquely document the recovery due to a few recovery workers taking him under their wing.  They educated him on the different parts of the site, the art of making a recovery and even spent his time digging when there wasn’t anything to photograph.

The museum was opened in 2004 as a beautiful tribute to display the courage and fight of the recovery workers and keep the memory alive of those who perished. This museum offers an opportunity to join Suson on his emotional journey through the heart of Ground Zero. This experience is not only moving, but insightful of the not-always-told backstory of the 9/11 recovery efforts.

Location: 420 West 14th street, Floor 2 (between 9th Avenue & Washington Street)
Schedule: Wednesday-Sundays from 11am-3pm

ADULT:

$25.00

CHILD:

$20.00

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adult:

$25.00

child:

$20.00

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