Harrison, New York: Amelia Earhart Monument

The only monument Amelia Earhart ever lived to see, honoring her transatlantic flight of 1932. Five years later she vanished over the Pacific Ocean.

Address:
11 Sunnyside Place, Harrison, NY
Directions:
Downtown, in a little park next to the Harrison train station, at the corner of Sunnyside Place and Sunnyside Ave.
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Amelia Earhart Monument

A small monument commemorates Amelia Earhart's nonstop transatlantic solo flight in 1932. Earhart lived in the Harrison/Rye area after marrying George Putnam in 1931. The monument sits in a park near the Harrison train station at the corner of Sunnyside Place and Sunnyside Avenue. Parking is available at the train station or along the street.

[Katie Martin, 09/02/2018]

The monument features a full-size airplane propeller in bronze, bolted to a rock. Dedicated on June 27, 1932, only a month after Earhart completed her flight. Five years later she tried to fly around the world and vanished over the Pacific Ocean.


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