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Viewing Spots for the Tribute of Light

Here is a list of the best places to see the Tribute of Light memorial, which will begin illuminating the skies on March 11. The designers of the memorial say that the tribute will be visible 20 miles away, so even if you can't get to any of these viewing sites, you will have a good chance of seeing the memorial from anywhere where you could have previously seen the World Trade Center.

Manhattan

Washington Square Park
23rd Street and Sixth Avenue
Abingdon Square at Eight Avenue and Hudson Street
Union Square Park
Empire State Building Observation Deck
Washington Market Park in Tribeca, bounded by Greenwich, Chambers and West Streets
Herald Square -- triangular pedestrian island at the intersection of 6th Avenue and Broadway, between 31st and 35th Streets

Roosevelt Island

Waterfront Promenade

Brooklyn

Brooklyn Bridge Pedestrian Walkway
Brooklyn Heights Promenade
Empire Stores -- Fulton Ferry State Park
69th Street Pier
Smith/9th Street Station Platform (F/G trains) -- Gowanus Canal
Pulaski Bridge between Brooklyn and Queens

Queens

Gantry Plaza State Park

Staten Island

Ferry Terminal and on the ferry
St. George waterfront
Fort Wadsworth

New Jersey

Liberty State Park, Jersey City
Owen Grundy Pier, Jersey City
Newport, Jersey City
Pier A Park -- Hoboken
Castle Point Promenade -- Hoboken
Port Imperial -- Weehawken
Boulevard East - Weehawken

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