Memorial: The International Peace Garden 9/11 Memorial
Located within the 2,400-acre International Peace Garden on the border of the U.S. and Canada, the memorial consists of 10 World Trade Center girders surrounded by a Stroll and Contemplative Garden, built in 2002 and 2010, respectively. The overall memorial covers 20,000 square feet.
“The girders are arranged in a random fashion depicting the chaos of the event that was 9/11 in New York City,” said Doug Hevenor, CEO of the International Peace Garden. “At our site, people can penetrate the display from the garden paths to touch the steel if they desire or they can simply journey along the stroll path to read one of the 10 story boards that provide information about that September 11th day in 2001.”
The International Peace Garden is open to both Canadians and Americans tourists. The cost is not known.