National Park Service officials say a $26 million visitor center complex at the Flight 93 National Memorial will open to the public Sept. 10, a day before the 14th anniversary of the terror attacks.

The new center in Shanksville, Pennsylvania, about 75 miles southeast of Pittsburgh, includes a permanent exhibit, a multipurpose gathering space, walking trails and a flight-path walkway and overlook that lets visitors see the crash site of United Airlines Flight 93 from a distance.

The plane from Newark, New Jersey, to San Francisco crashed in a field after passengers fought back against hijackers during the Sept. 11 attacks. All 33 passengers and seven crew members were killed, along with the hijackers.

Officials hope the new visitor center will boost annual visitors from about 300,000 to 500,000.

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Photo Credit: Each victim of the Flight 93 plane crash is memorialized on wall of white marble panels at the Flight 93 National Memorial near Shanksville, Pennsylvania. Josh Noel / Chicago Tribune/MCT