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Located 90 minutes from Pittsburgh. If you are in Western Pennsylvania take the time to visit this place. Situated in a bucolic setting. The memorial hones in on the final flight path of flight 93. Very educational visitors center. A short (0.3 mile) walk will...More
It was crowded on Memorial day but people were keeping their kids in check as we all worked our way through the visitor center and at the crash site. A powerful story but maybe a little too drawn out for those of us familiar with...More
My wife and I and another couple visited this memorial recently and were moved beyond words by the tragedy of this event and the somber, quiet mood around the site. It is well worth it and I encourage you to visit there.
The Flight 93 Memorial and visitors' center is a profoundly moving tribute to the passengers and crew of Flight 93 on September 11, 2001. The crash site is preserved as a memorial. There is a great deal of symbolism in its construction - the boulder...More
September 11, 2001 is a day that changed our country and our lives and is still very emotional for me. However, I was unprepared for the emotion that overcame me simply upon entering the museum and I was relieved and heartened that I was not...More
Quite an experience. We lived across the Hudson River during 911 and saw the towers fall, it's an experience we will never forget. Seeing this memorial was beautiful, be prepared to cry. There are recordings of the passengers who called their loved ones before going...More
Every visitor who visits this Memorial will remember the collective acts of courage and sacrifice of the passengers and crew of Flight 93. The Memorial Chapel is a place to reflect on the final resting place of the individuals who gave their lives to save...More
What a humbling experience. In the visitors center, you can hear a pin drop as visitors listen to audio from passengers, see loops playing of the Twin Towers falling, looking at bios of the passengers, seeing artifacts that were able to be salvaged and just...More