Granger, Washington: 9/11 Twin Towers Plus Dinosaurs

A patriotic 9/11 memorial with its mini-Twin-Towers within eyeshot of at least three dinosaurs, which are built yearly by Granger's dino-happy citizens.

Address:
Bailey Ave., Granger, WA
Directions:
I-82 exit 58. Drive west, toward town. You'll quickly see the Twin Towers on the left, at the corner of Hwy 223/Van Belle Rd and Bailey Ave.
Admission:
Free
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Dinosaur and twin towers.

9/11 Twin Towers Plus Dinosaurs

And if you do it right, it's like they're saying the dinosaurs attacked the Twin Towers.

[Ryan, 09/04/2018]

That's one theory.

9-11 Memorial.

9/11 Memorial - Twin Towers Replica

A 9/11 memorial with replica towers and plaques dedicated to those who died in New York, the Pentagon, and Shanksville. Bronze eagles stand sentry at the entrance. The memorial is at the intersection of Van Belle Road and Bailey Ave. just off the freeway.

[John Francis, 07/09/2016]

One unique aspect of this 9-11 memorial is that it's within eyeshot of at least three dinosaurs, which are built yearly by Granger's dino-happy citizens.


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In the region:
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