Exhibition of drawings by Noëlle Herrenschmidt

Opening in 2027

The Museum and Memorial of Terrorism aims to be a place of remembrance for the victims of terrorism in France and around the world. It is a museum of history that looks toward the future, and a space of research and learning for adults and young people. It will open in 2027.








Facing Terrorism: Middle and High School Students' Exhibition
October 15th, 2022
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Exhibition of drawings by Noëlle Herrenschmidt

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MMT acquires Noëlle Herrenschmidt's drawings
The Museum and Memorial of Terrorism officially acquired, in March 2023, the 293 drawings made by Noëlle Herrenschmidt, during the trial of the November 2015 attacks. The watercolor reporter handed over to Elisabeth Pelsez, executive director of the Memorial Museum of Terrorism, the drawings that are now part of the museum's collections and will be available for display in the museum.
A tribute to Françoise Rudetzki
On Monday, March 13, at the Fonds de garantie des victimes des actes de terrorisme et d'autres infractions (FGTI), an official tribute was paid to Françoise Rudetzki, who passed away on May 18. The Prime Minister, Elisabeth Borne, accompanied by the Minister of Justice, Eric Dupont-Moretti, presided over a ceremony during which a memorial plaque was unveiled.
Drawings of children

A donation from the US Embassy

On September 27, 2022, Mark Toner, Minister Counselor for Public Affairs at the U.S. Embassy in France, donated to the Museum and Memorial of Terrorism a series of drawings created by French schoolchildren in the aftermath of the September 11 attacks.
November 13 trial, judgment
29 juin 2022
After ten months of hearings in the trial of the November 13, 2015 attacks, the Assize Court of Paris has rendered its judgment. The verdict marks the culmination of a historic and major trial, dedicated to understanding this night of horror and its consequences, with numerous testimonies of victims as civil parties.
PODCAST. Two nations, One goal: Facing Terrorism without Fear
On the sidelines of the seminar 'the Memory(ies) of Terrorism', Elisabeth Pelsez, General Director, and Henry Rousso, President of the Preliminary project spoke with Cliff Chanin, Executive Vice President of the 9/11 Memorial Museum, on FrancoFiles, the French Embassy's podcast in USA.
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