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Found this extremely moving. We did not book the tour. We wandered round the two beautiful memorial waterfalls on our own. Went early so not too busy. You are encouraged to touch the names. As the names are carved out of stainless steel, you can...More
I have been to all three National sites for 9- 11. This site gives a very succinct story. This should be the first thing that you do when you go to Erie. It is by the public library and The Maritime Museum. Kudos to Erie...More
While in the area we were looking for things to do and we happened to run across this memorial. Well, I will say that the memorial is outside of the Library for anyone having trouble finding it. I really enjoy history and the signs explaining...More
I was walking along the area in front of the library when I saw the ERIE 9-11 MEMORIAL. I stopped and read everything that was there; it was such a moving and incredible outdoor memorial. It should be on tours for people to see the...More
Next to the Erie County Public Library, there is a lovely memorial about 911. It stood out when we left our car and as we were curious, we explored it completely. In the middle is a metal beam that used to be in one of...More