Restore. Empower. Inspire. The National 9/11 Flag Visits Columbus, Ohio This Saturday

The National 9/11 Flag is one of the largest American flags to hang above the destruction at Ground Zero in New York City.   This was displayed on the west facade of 90 West Street, a landmark building one block south of the South Tower.

Heavily damaged after attacks on the World Trade Center, the National 9/11 Flag became a symbol of American resilience.  The flag was mended and stitched back together seven years after the World Trade Center attacks by tornado survivors in Greensburg, Kansas.

Over 160 Million Americans have seen the National 9/11 Flag through national and local television broadcasts, sporting events, community gatherings and cultural events.  This Saturday, June 25th the flag will visit Columbus, Ohio on the West Lawn of City Hall.

Follow the events and stories of the National 9/11 Flag as it continues its journey to its permanent home in the National September 11 Memorial Museum.


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