The Flight 93 National Memorial is a 400-acre bowl-shaped area.
The land was acquired partly by
- donations from land-owners,
- purchases made with cash donations,
- purchases made with profits made by the film United 93.
The monument itself was paid for with
- private donations ($20 million),
- money provided by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania ($18.5 million), and
- money appropriated by Congress ($10 million).
The Flight 93 National Memorial Campaign was a partnership among:
- the Families of Flight 93,
- the Flight 93 Federal Advisory Commission,
- the Flight 93 Memorial Task Force,
- the National Park Service,
- the National Park Foundation and
- many representatives of
- state and
- national organizations,
- agencies and
- interests, as well as
- people from around the world.
The National Park Service, its volunteers, and its partners ordinarily work to honor the sacrifice of those on Flight 93.
- Winter Hours: 9AM-5PM (effective October 13, 2010)
- Summer Hours: 9AM-7PM (effective April 1, 2011)
President Stompy Foot ordered it closed.
The NPS still has staff there … to keep people OUT.
Senate Democrats continue to REFUSE to bring a House bill to the floor for a vote that would authorize funding for the National Park Service and get all our parks reopened.