Tower of Voices wind chime on display at Flight 93 memorial

The only uncompleted portion of the National Flight 93 Memorial is the Tower of Voices, a 93-foot high windchime tower with one five to ten foot long chime for each passenger and crewmember of United Flight 93 during its final flight on September 11, 2001. The crew and passengers fought against the hijackers, crashing the plane in the field that is now the memorial, saving untold lives in Washington DC, the hijackers’ intended target.

A prototype chime is on display from 11:00am until 3:00pm each weekend in October so that visitors can ring a chime and have an idea of what the finished piece will be like, writes Renatta Signorini in Trib Live.

Visitors to Flight 93 National Memorial will have a chance to ring a chime and learn more about the final piece of the memorial — the Tower of Voices.

The Tower of Voices should be complete by the autumn of 2018.

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