New York Remembers 9/11 Exhibit opens at MOST
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SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- As the tenth anniversary of the September 11th terror attacks approaches, pieces of that tragic day have come to Central New York.
The New York Remembers exhibit opened Monday at the MOST in Syracuse, one of several exhibits throughout the state. The display includes a timeline of September 11th and powerful artifacts from around the World Trade Center site.
"In some cases with the younger families, they'll be telling the story to their children for the first time about what happened on 9/11. And this exhibit does a good job of really detailing all that occurred on 9/11 and is a nice fitting memorial to recognize all those individuals who lost their lives," MOST Executive Vice President Tony Ortega said.
The New York Remembers exhibit will be open during the MOST's normal hours, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., with admission. The museum will stay open Saturdays from 5 to 9 p.m. for people to see it for free in a quieter setting.