2018 at a Glance at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum

One World Trade Center towers over the south pool of Memorial plaza on a partly cloudy day.
View from the south pool on the 9/11 Memorial plaza. Photo by Jin S. Lee, 9/11 Memorial.

In 2018, the 9/11 Memorial & Museum opened new exhibitions, began construction on the Memorial Glade, and commemorated the 25th anniversary of the 1993 World Trade Center bombing. 

We have collected these and other notable events in the linked articles below, and we look forward to another significant year in exhibitions, events and programs at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum.

Feb. 26, 1993, 25th Anniversary

NYT: New York Today

AP: 'We Were Not Ready': NY Remembers 1993 Trade Center Bombing

amNewYork: World Trade Center 1993 bombing victims honored at ceremony 25 years later

LA Times: First World Trade Center bombing, long since overshadowed by 9/11, is remembered on 25th anniversary


May 30th Commemoration and Memorial Glade Announcement 

AP: Design to Honor Sept. 11 Rescue, Recovery Workers Unveiled

NY Daily News: Op-Ed: The 9/11 memorial is evolving to honor those sickened

The Hill: Jon Stewart announces new section of 9/11 memorial to honor first responders

Fox News Channel: Evolutionary redesign of the 9/11 Memorial


“Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11”

NYT: As America Grieved, Sports Helped Console a Nation

Newsday: Ex-Mets John Franco, Todd Zeile look back at National September 11 Memorial Museum 

CBS This Morning: How sports helped America heal after 9/11

NBC Today Show: 9/11 Memorial’s ‘Comeback Season’ exhibit highlights the return of sports after attacks

GMA Day: 'Giant' reunion on 'GMA Day'


17th Anniversary of 9/11

NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt: A single rose celebrates each life lost on 9/11

Wall Street Journal: Seventeen Years After Attack, a Son Returns From College for 9/11 Ceremony 

NY Post: Mourners gather at Ground Zero memorial site on 9/11 anniversary

NYT: At 9/11 Memorial, Remembering Those Lost

New York Daily News: Families gather at Ground Zero on gray morning to mark 17th anniversary of 9/11 attacks


“Skywalkers: A Portrait of the Mohawk Ironworker at the World Trade Center, Tintype Photographs by Melissa Cacciola”


CBC: 9/11 Museum exhibit tells story of Mohawk ironworkers' contribution to New York City

6sqft: New exhibit at 9/11 Museum features the Mohawk ironworkers who built One World Trade Center

amNewYork: 9/11 museum exhibit spotlights Mohawk ironworkers who built 1 WTC

The Tribeca Tribune: 'A Powerful Testament': Mohawk Ironworkers at the World Trade Center


General Memorial and Museum News

LA Times: 9/11 Memorial selected as best U.S. museum. USS Midway in San Diego and L.A.'s Getty Center make top 10

AP: Florida school shooting survivors visit Sept. 11 museum

AKC: “Dogs of 9/11” Exhibit Opens at the 9/11 Memorial & Museum

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