Plan your Visit

Flight 93 National Memorial is a place to learn about the forty passengers and crew of Flight 93 whose actions thwarted the hijackers' plan to fly this plane to a target in Washington, DC. At Flight 93National Memorial you can walk beside their final resting place and honor their extraordinary courage in fighting back against the terrorists.

Visitors can learn about the Flight 93 story through outdoor exhibits, a cell phone tour, and interpretive programming offered by Park Rangers and volunteers at the Memorial Plaza.

Flight 93 National Memorial is open from sunrise to sunset. The Visitor Center is open from 9am to 5pm daily. Superintendent Stephen M. Clark encourages visitors to plan to visit the Memorial between dawn and dusk, and for their own safety all visitors must exit the Memorial before sunset. The Memorial is closed from sunset to sunrise. Entrance to the Memorial is free, no entrance fees are charged. Visitors are encouraged to budget between 2-3 hours for a full site visit. 

If you are traveling in a group of 15 or more and wish to visit the Memorial Plaza, we ask that you make a reservation before visiting the site using the link below.  

Memorial Plaza Group Reservations

There is no admission fee at Flight 93 National Memorial. Public restrooms are available at the Memorial Plaza.

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