Flight 93 National Memorial Plan Your Visit

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Flight 93 Memorial

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From SOMERSET: from Exit #110 of the PA Turnpike, follow signs for Rte. 281 north. Take Route 281 north 9.5 miles to US 30/Lincoln Highway East at Stoystown. Travel 2.4 miles east on Lincoln Highway (US Rte. 30) to Lambertsville Road; turn right. Travel 1.7 miles on Lambertsville Road to Skyline Road; turn left. Travel 1 mile on Skyline Road to the Temporary Memorial.

From JOHNSTOWN: Take Route 219 South 9.6 miles. Exit onto Route 30 East at Stoystown/Jennerstown Exit. Go 7.2 miles. Turn right onto Lambertsville Road and follow it 1.7 miles. Turn left onto Skyline drive to the temporary memorial (.8 miles).

From the EAST on PA Turnpike: Exit Bedford (#146) ; At Turnpike light, turn left. Go to next light, turn left. Take 220 South. Follow 220 South to next exit. Exit US 30 West. Follow US 30 west approximately 25 miles to Lambertsville (3 miles beyond Buckstown). Turn left onto Lambertsville Road and follow it 1.7 miles. Turn left onto Skyline drive to the temporary memorial (.8 miles).

Turn right on Lambertsville Road, 2.4 miles east of Stoystown. Travel 1.7 miles on Lambertsville Road to Skyline Road; turn left. Travel 1 mile on Skyline Road to the Temporary Memorial.

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