This Saturday, May 01, The 9/11 Memorial & Museum special exhibition designed by C&G Partners, Revealed: The Hunt for Bin Laden, re-opens to the public, remaining on view through January 2022. The project’s multi-award-winning exhibit design is conceived as a crime story, albeit a horrific one on an international scale, using motifs of redaction, declassification, and crime scene investigation.

The reopening also happens to mark the 10th anniversary of the raid that brought the 9/11 perpetrator to justice, and coincides with the debut of a two-hour History Channel documentary. Premiering on Sunday, May 2 from 8-10 pm ET/PT, and co-produced by the 9/11 Memorial & Museum and our friends at Northern Light Productions, the documentary draws on interviews and stories told in the exhibition.

The 2,900 square-foot, chronological exhibition with over 60 artifacts is designed to place visitors in raw terrain evocative of the forensic investigation and the operation leading to the capture of bin Laden. The exhibition has also been adapted into an online virtual experience.