Empty Sky 9-11 Memorial, Jersey City
Empty Sky 9-11 Memorial, Jersey City - Address, Phone Number
Address: 1 Audrey Zapp Dr, Jersey City, NJ 07305, United States
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About Empty Sky 9-11 Memorial, Jersey City
Set in the Liberty State Park in Jersey City near the historic Central Railroad Terminal of New Jersey, Empty Sky 9/11 memorial honours the memory of 749 people from New Jersey that lost their lives at the World Trade Centre havoc on September 11, 2001. The memorial was installed on September 11, 2011 on the 10th-year anniversary of the incidence.
The memorial has names of the individuals engraved on the twin brushed stainless steel walls. The walls rise 30 feet and have a 12-foot wide path in bluestone between them.
A few moments of peace at the memorial will leave you touched.
How To reach Empty Sky 9-11 Memorial by Public Transport
- Ferries to Liberty Landing Marina.
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Powerful memorial with the names of the victims inscribed within. When you stand in front of the memorial at the right angle, it fills the New York City skyline with an image of where the twin towers used to stand. You can get there by visiting Liberty State Park in Jersey City at the mouth of the Hudson River.
Beautiful memorial. ❤️❤️ Best place to take pictures of NY skyline as well.
Beautiful skyline and memorial built. People come here to take pictures of NYC skyline.
Moving and fitting memorial for the 911 victims and their families. People who come here never must forget that fateful day. This place also offers the best view of Manhattan. Good park to stroll. Be sure to bring snacks and water. No canteen anywhere in sight.
Definitely worth the visit,and as another person posted, great,great views of NYC skyline