FDNY Memorial Wall

The FDNY Memorial Wall is a historical must-see when visiting the 9/11 Memorial.

It is at the intersection of Greenwich Street and Liberty Street. Find the FDNY memorial wall location here.

The New York City Fire Department wanted to create a memorial to remember the martyrs who sacrificed themselves to save other lives.

The FDNY Memorial Wall honors the 343 New York City firefighters who perished on 11 September 2001.

Every active member of the Department who lost their lives in the Twin Towers collapse is listed there.

This FDNY 9 11 memorial wall is a 56-foot (17-meter) long bas-relief sculpture weighing about 7,000 pounds.

Visitors to the memorial can view the wall from outside the station or enter the station to see the wall up close and pay their respects.

The New York Fire Department’s response to 9/11 inspired the creation of the bas-relief on the FDNY Memorial Wall.

The wall is fastened to the exterior of Engine and Ladder Company 10 in the local fire station, which was one of the first units to respond to the attacks.

It depicts the equipment, machinery, and techniques used to deal with this tragedy and every group, tool, and vehicle type present on that fateful day.

By purchasing your 9/11 Memorial and Museum tickets, you can come to pay your respects and remember the brave firemen of the FDNY Memorial Wall.

The FDNY Memorial Wall also depicts firefighters at work and the World Trade Center skyscrapers in flames.

Both locals and visitors should see this striking and moving sculpture.

Your visit will serve as a sobering reminder of the tragedy that forever altered the history of our country, in addition to paying tribute to the fallen warriors.

It is one of the must-see places that you should visit while planning your trip to the 9/11 Memorial.

You can also check out other attractions near the 9/11 Memorial to explore the rich history and vibrant culture.

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