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Worth a couple of hours to see the menorial centre, tower of voices and memorial wall. Lots of hiking or drive to each location. Very busy on Columbus Day weekend. Parking very full, be patient, worth the wait.
We decided to make a little side trip and visit the Flight 93 Memorial in Shanksville, Pennsylvania. The Visitor Center is small but has some very interesting artifacts, stories and other information about this event. There is a quite impressive overlook to the actual crash...More
Temperatures dropped to the 40's, rainy and windy but we, sisters along with our husbands chose to pay our respects and visit the Flight 93 National Memorial. The very sad and tragic story of the courageous and inspiring passengers, along with all those that perished...More
Not sure what I was expecting to see concerning the actual crash site. They had to dig down 20+ feet to retrieve all the plane and body parts. They then filled it all in. You are kept 150+ yards away from the actual site.
Went there going from Harrisburg to Pittsburgh and while it is a little out-of-the-way it was worth the trip. Just a reminder of the heroes that were on flight 93 they could have caused major devastation to our country.
Sad but very moving and worth...More
Flight 93 National Memorial is a beautiful place dedicated to reflect and remember the tragic events of September 11, 2001. The visitor center shows the heroism that took place on Flight 93 to avoid even greater loss of life. The reflection wall shows a beautiful...More
It is well laid out and poignant. In the visitor center there is a timeline of September 11th with a primary focus on Flight 93. There are trails, walls and interpretive boards throughout. Well worth a stop and don’t forget your tissues (although I did...More
I haven’t been but I wish to visit one day. I live in London, England so it’s a difficult journey.
I think about those people often, whenever I’m on a plane or whenever I see a plane in the horizon. I think of their struggle...More
We were impressed with this National Park Memorial. It was interesting that you walk toward the site of the crash on what had been the "flight path" of United Airlines Flight 93. The interpretive center included much information concerning the September 11 attacks. A very...More
Clearly accomplished on a small budget but every aspect of the architecture, grounds and personnel was in keeping with the incredible story that happened there 9/11/01. My first shock though was that there was NO American Flag anywhere to be seen. As a Veteran and...More