View moving exhibits that offer a better understanding of September 11th at the Ground Zero Museum Workshop.

As featured on CNN and Fox News, see the largest remaining piece of WTC window glass in existence, famed images of the “Frozen Clock”, the “Ground Zero Bible Page”, K9 Recovery Dogs, the “Today is Tuesday the 11th” Calendar page, and more.

The award-winning Ground Zero Museum Workshop is the “first-stop” for tourists before visiting the 9/11 Memorial or Ground Zero. The Workshop features 100 images and artifacts and the amazing BOSE audio stories behind them. Known as the “Kid-Friendly 9/11 Museum” for it’s non-graphic and interactive ability to teach kids about this tough subject in a gentle way, the Workshop allows guests to pick up WTC artifacts and won Trip Advisor’s “Top 25 Museums in the USA” Award. The Museum features images by Gary Marlon Suson, the Official Photographer at Ground Zero for the FDNY, with New York Times calling the collection “Rare Photos.” A 5-star rated Museum


For more information on the Ground Zero Museum Workshop: Hands-On 9/11 Tour, please click HERE.

How To Get There

  • A, C, E to 14th Street station.

Make The Most of Your New York Pass

BONUS! (1) FREE 5x7 Museum High-Def Mini-Print autographed personally by the Official Photographer at Ground Zero for the FDNY (limit 1 per party).

- Access to the Ground Zero Museum Workshop: Hands-On 9/11 Tour normally costs $25.00.

- The New York Pass grants you free access to the tour plus over 90 attractions in New York City.

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Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday 11am - 3pm
Thursday 11am - 3pm
Friday 11am - 3pm
Saturday 11am - 3pm
Sunday 11am - 3pm

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Address:

420 West 14th Street, New York, NY 10014 (Between 9th Ave and Washington Street)

Telephone:

(212) 920-4264