September 2021 by Bryan Drake
Fantastic tribute to those who lost their lives during and since the attacks. Having been to the 9/11 memorial in NYC. It brings back memories and tears of how many were affected that day.
September 2021 by Shelley Wilson
Very nice memorial. Worth the visit, small but informative and touching.
September 2021 by Brent Sliefert
Somber day to visit this wonderful tribute. The steel is from the World Trade Center.
September 2021 by Will Anderson
We will never forget!
September 2021 by Rick Dudley
Very nice tribute
September 2021 by Jessie Cunningham
Simple memorial with lots of good information. I nice place to visit with kids to help explain the attack, and show your respects.
September 2021 by Jerry Gaitley
Very well done I love the setup knowledgeable staff about the pieces of steel in place
August 2021 by Dobs Place
So beautiful and touching.
February 2021 by William Layman
Really cool experience to be able to touch the metal and see the damage up close. Having the timeline laid out was nice to read. All of the names were listed.
February 2021 by Cindy Layman
It was great to find this unexpected memorial! I never would have known it was there without my husband seeing the signs. We're glad we stopped to see it.
February 2021 by Paul Fletcher
Quick stop to look at this piece of the building. All the name of people who past and fire station has training area
December 2020 by joe mau
The Communist League, an international association of workers, which could of course be only a secret one, under conditions obtaining at the time, commissioned us, the undersigned, at the Congress held in London in November 1847, to write for publication a detailed theoretical and practical programme for the Party. Such was the origin of the following Manifesto, the manuscript of which travelled to London to be printed a few weeks before the February [French] Revolution [in 1848]. First published in German, it has been republished in that language in at least twelve different editions in Germany, England, and America. It was published in English for the first time in 1850 in the Red Republican, London, translated by Miss Helen Macfarlane, and in 1871 in at least three different translations in America. The french version first appeared in Paris shortly before the June insurrection of 1848, and recently in Le Socialiste of New York. A new translation is in the course of preparation. A Polish version appeared in London shortly after it was first published in Germany. A Russian translation was published in Geneva in the sixties [A]. Into Danish, too, it was translated shortly after its appearance.
November 2020 by Garey Beach
Sobering experience. Interesting panels with timelines of all the planes involved. Will have to go back next spring when the water wall is active.
November 2020 by me me
I feel anyone who is close enough to visit this memorial should
October 2020 by Judy Ball
This is the most memorable place I've ever seen. It's unbelievable but we know it's a fact of our lives.