9/11 Empty Sky

This memorial is dedicated to New Jersey’s 749 innocent loved ones who were violently and senselessly murdered that day at the World Trade Center, the Pentagon and in Shanksville, PA.


Amazing Experiences

Let this memorial reflect the legacies of those whose lives were lost, that their unfulfilled dreams and hopes may result in a better future for society. Their unique qualities and characteristics enriched our lives immeasurably, and through this memorial their stories shall live on.

Getting to Empty Sky

Liberty State Park, 1 Audrey Zapp Drive, Jersey City, NJ 07305

Things to Do

Where to eat, shop, and play while you’re in town

Visitors FAQ

Travelling with Animals

Tour Map

Picturesque Empty Sky

Empty Sky by Day

Cape May is the southernmost point in New Jersey and a year-round destination for families, couples, photographers, artists, and nature enthusiasts. Spend your morning on the beach and then head into town for dinner at one of our signature restaurants, or enjoy relaxing a day of boutique shopping and wine tastings followed by a trip to the spa.


Day 1 - Empty Sky Memorial USATF 5K Run/Walk


DAY 2 - Empty Sky Memorial Virtual 5K Run/Walk


DAY 4- Liberty State Park


DAY 3 - Excursion in the park and picnic


DAY 5 - 9/11 Memorial


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Historic Central Railroad of New Jersey Terminal


Stop by the Central Jersey Railroad of New Jersey Terminal to learn how New Jersey played a role in a formative time in our country. From 1892 through 1954, the Terminal stood with the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island to unfold one of this nation’s most dramatic stories

Hudson River Estuary Wildlife Trails


Adjacent to the Interpretive Center lies a 36-acre state Natural Area consisting mainly of salt marsh, one of the few remaining tidal marshes of the Hudson River Estuary. A self-guided nature path offers opportunities to observe and experience this unique wildlife habitat.

Harriet Tubman Museum


Harriet Tubman Museum is a museum in Cape May, New Jersey about Harriet Tubman. It is in the Howell House, which used to be the Macedonia Baptist Church’s parsonage facility. 

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