This waterfront park in the Rockaways serves as a tribute to those in the neighborhood who died because of the attacks. The park is scenic and quiet, a lovely spot for visitors and community members to stop and reflect, and to find peace.
This lovely waterfront spot in the Rockaways was an empty lot on September 11, 2001. The Twin Towers were visible from the spot, and hundreds of local residents stood here and watched the tragedy unfold. With help from the community, this serene park was built to commemorate the day. It includes a mosaic centerpiece, a cupola, and a granite rock engraved with the names of all 343 firefighters who died on September 11.
Children will love this musical tale that features a multitude of masks, puppets, and audience participation.