• Wall of Names, part of the Memorial Plaza at the crash site

    Flight 93

    National Memorial Pennsylvania

For Kids

Explore - Learn - Protect

New Beginnings
2014 is a year of learning and growth at Flight 93 National Memorial. On September 10, 2011 the permanent Flight 93 National Memorial was dedicated and opened to the public. The memorial's Junior Ranger program was designed specifically for the temporary memorials and so it was retired. The memorial is in the process of developing new programs and materials for kids and family, including Junior Ranger materials, to make the most of their visit to Flight 93 National Memorial.

Please check back regularly as new items are developed and added.

Helping Kids and Adults to Understand the Story of Flight 93
Flight 93 National Memorial realizes that children may struggle to understand what happened on September 11, 2001, especially since adults also struggle to understand the events of that day. Programs and resources are being developed to help both children and those who guide them to understand better the Flight 93.

Partners in Education
The memorial is working with its Partners in Education in this effort.

Learn more about our partners through the links below.

 
 

Did You Know?

Recovery personnel ringing the

In past September 11 ceremonies, first responders, community leaders and recovery workers have participated by ringing the "Bells of Remembrance." The bells ring during the time of the crash, 10:03 AM, while the names of Flight 93 crew and passengers are read aloud.