The 9/11 Memorial Museum presents a series of changing exhibitions that explore themes relating to 9/11 and its aftermath. Browse through our archive of past exhibitions.
Skywalkers: A Portrait of Mohawk Ironworkers at the World Trade Center
An exhibition of tintype photographs by artist Melissa Cacciola introduced some of the Native American Mohawk ironworkers, renowned for the ability to work fearlessly at great heights, who helped build the Twin Towers, aided rescue and recovery operations at Ground Zero, and worked to rebuild the new World Trade Center site.
November 2018–January 2020
Comeback Season: Sports After 9/11
A special exhibition that explored how sports and athletes helped to unite the country, consoled a grieving nation, and gave us a reason to cheer again following the 2001 attacks.
June 2018–May 2019
Cover Stories: Remembering the Twin Towers on The New Yorker
An exhibition of New Yorker magazine cover illustrations by 25 artists spanning more than four decades of the evolving New York City skyline.
May 2017–November 2018
Rendering the Unthinkable: Artists Respond to 9/11
A special exhibition featuring a selection of artworks by 13 New York City artists deeply affected by 9/11.
September 2016–January 2018
Hope at Ground Zero: FEMA Photographs by Andrea Booher
A collection of photographs documenting the work of dedicated men and women at Ground Zero after 9/11.
May 2016–May 2017
Beyond Ground Zero: 9/11 and the American Landscape, Photographs by Jonathan C. Hyman
A collection of photographs documenting improvised memorials that emerged in public and private spaces within days of the attacks, and continually for years thereafter.
May 2015–May 2016