Traveling Exhibitions

September 11, 2001: A Timeline

About the Exhibit

The attacks of September 11, 2001 were a culmination of terrorist activity against the United States. The New York State Museum presents a timeline of events, beginning with the groundbreaking for the Pentagon on September 11, 1941, to the same date sixty years later, when Al Qaeda operatives attacked the World Trade Center, the Pentagon, and a third site that was saved through the heroic actions of the crew and passengers of United Flight 93.

The 30-foot panel exhibition contains the key events of September 11, 2001, and iconic images. The timeline may be accompanied by a select group of objects from the State Museum's World Trade Center collection.

Features:
  • 30 linear feet
  • Exhibit toolkit including logo, rights- free images, and media kit contents
  • Installation and design manual detailing exhibition layout, installation, and maintenance
Availability and Fees

Contact Nancy Kelley at (518) 474-0080 or nkelley@mail.nysed.gov for more information

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