People tend to check in during these times:
Humbling. You must visit.
Remains a sad memory
A truly well thought-out design concept for this memorial. A bit out of the way but well worth the drive. It will be even more amazing once the whole memorial path and visitors center are complete.
Well worth your time. As others have said, be sure to talk with the associates.
Can't wait to see the finished memorial.
Sad so sad
Take time to do the cell phone tour. The rangers and volunteers ( Carl) do a great job.
If you need a reminder why the people of this country are the reason why America is the best country in the world, visit this memorial!
Bring water, it can be a long walk from parking to the wall. They have wheelchairs there if you have someone who needs one. Everyone there is very helpful, kind and knowledgeable. Very moving site.
RIP to those who needlessly lost their lives to terrorism. We will always remember you.
very nicely put together :)
Simple yet a beautiful memorial. Very moving!
Very solemn memorial. Be sure to talk to the rangers, they are very knowledgeable about the events surrounding Flight 93.
Great staff to tell the heroes' tale
On the way in or out, be sure to check out the extra signs giving further details about the surrounding fields and neighborhoods. Very informative, but a bit tricky to enter the one-way driveways.
an easy stop off of 30 and 76. Always open, regardless of weather. Very moving memorial to those of Flight 93.
Don't follow GPS directions. They take you in a circle. Also, last entry is 6:30 PM. It's worth the trip because they didn't let the bastards win. God bless their families and their souls.
Truckers, you can park non-oversize trucks, but weekday visits are less busy. Be careful with the sharp turns in the driveway. You can also drop your trailer at the Somerset truck stop and bobtail in.
This place is palpably sad. Very solemn. People should not be taking pictures like its disneyworld
Take it in and remember.
The crash site of Flight 93 is now a National Park and memorial to the bravery and heroic actions of the crew and passengers. More information can be found here. http://www.nps.gov/flni/index.htm
Come & see this place.
God Bless America
Working here for the past three years has been one of the best experiences of my life and I would highly recommend stopping out and talking to one of the rangers or the volunteer ambassadors.
Talk to the Ambassadors at the site. The rangers are well-informed, but most of the ambassadors are locals who were there, and they can tell you stories.
Be sure to stop by the flight 93 memorial and say a prayer
If youre traveling across PA, take a quick stop to pay your respects to true American heroes.
Spend a few minutes at the crash site and take the time to read the cockpit voice recorder logs inside the shelter.