Notes: Tickets are available on Zerve (zerve.com) The Ground Zero Museum Workshop was created by the "Official Photographer at Ground Zero" for the Uniformed Firefighters Association and features one of a kind photography taken by Gary Marlon Suson, or simply Gary Suson of the Recovery at Ground Zero. Tours take two (2) hours and large tour groups can be accommodated by the talented Ground Zero Museum Workshop tour guides. Located in the Meatpacking district near Chelsea, the "biggest little museum in New York" is located conveniently near Metro Subway stops and New York Tours bus stops. Please call New Jersey Transit for more information.

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Ground Zero Museum Workshop
Located in the Meatpacking District
Near: Tom Colccihio's Craftsteak NY

420 West 14th Street
New York, NY 10007
Phone: N/A
Hours: Tuesday thru Saturday
2pm - 8pm

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Ground Zero Museum Workshop History Page
   The Ground Zero Museum Workshop has more than 80 photos taken during the recovery efforts at Ground Zero World Trade Center recovery site and select artifacts collected during the recovery. Posters and wall art of the photos are available for purchase at the museum gift store. Gary Marlon Suson, the self-titled "Official Photographer of the Uniformed Firefighters Association" and founder of the Ground Zero Museum Workshop, was authorized to take photographs at Ground Zero during the 11 month recovery effort. In addition to the Ground Zero Museum Workshop, Suson also created the 9/11 website SeptemberEleven.net, and published a book of his photographs entitled "Requiem: Images of Ground Zero." More information about ticket availability and pricing as well as tour times and other information can be obtained by visiting: TripAdvisor.com
 


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