Staten Island September 11 Memorial

Landmark, Sculpture, Historic Site
Staten Island, NY 10301

Tips

  • Offers a once-in-a-lifetime view of the lower Manhattan skyline, the memorial shows where the Twin Towers once stood and is right next to the home of the Staten Island Yankees and the Ferry Terminal.
  • Designed by Masayuki Sono, the memorial features two large, thin white structures resembling wings or blooming flowers. 270 granite plaques each bear the name of a Staten Islander killed on 9/11.
  • Architect Masayuki Sono created the slim, smooth structures, which resemble a pair of wings, to appear like oversize postcards, honoring the Staten Island victims of the 2001 terrorist attacks.
  • Very quiet, perfect to spend some time and gather your thoughts. Worth a stop if you are passing by.
  • Very peaceful place and great for photoshoots
  • Beautiful structure remembering those who died on 9/11 including my cousin Frank FT Aquilino
  • A little known memorial. Easy to get to from the Staten Island Ferry
  • A place to reflect... And to remember...
  • If you would like to read about what it was like responding to 9/11, go to www.downwindwalk.com from an FDNY Responder and friend of some of those we lost.
  • Don't miss the view of Manhattan through the memorial's two parts

Nearby places

75 Richmond Ter (at Wall St)
Battery Pl (at State St)