The 9/11 Memorial at the Statehouse in Columbus will be held September 9th-13th with flags arranged in the shape of the Twin Towers with the shape of the Pentagon cut out and a strip of grass representing the field in Pennsylvania where Flight 93 crashed.
Symbolizing the jagged shards of aluminum rising from the rubble of the World Trade Center, this memorial is the only one in the country made with aluminum debris.
You’ll see remnants of the WTC, building stones from the Pentagon and an urn that contains dirt from the crash site of Flight 93 in Youngstown’s Memorial Park.
This memorial features a 23-foot piece of twisted steel from the North Tower of the WTC. This piece was transported to Beavercreek by two firefighters who were part of the Ohio Task Force One that assisted in rescue operations at Ground Zero.
This Eagle Scout project is a poignant memorial that features two granite pieces of flooring from the WTC that are engraved to honor those who perished in the terrorist attacks.
Green Township’s 9/11 Memorial features a 12-foot long piece of steel from one of the WTC Towers.
September 11th Memorial Wall in Columbus
9/11 Memorial in Dublin
Boulevard of 500 Flags
9/11 Public Safety Service Memorial in Sandusky
First Responders Park in Hilliard
Memorial for 9/11 in Kettering