In a worldwide premiere, come see FBI: From Al Capone to Al Qaeda at the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library and Museum – a brand-new 11,000 square foot exhibition which covers the history of the storied agency from inception to its modern day efforts to fight domestic terrorism in the United States. This is the first time that many of these remarkable, historic artifacts and criminal evidence have been on public display together.
Come see authentic artifacts from the DC Beltway sniper case, the infamous “Unabomber” case, 9-11, the Patty Hearst kidnapping, the Oklahoma City Bombing and more. Artifacts include the actual car Bonnie and Clyde were shot and killed in, a jet-engine found at the World Trade Centers on 9-11, the raft and paddle used in the escape from Alcatraz, and hundreds more.
Entertaining and educational for the entire family, FBI: From Al Capone to Al Qaeda is a once-in-a-lifetime exhibition, not to be missed.
“On the cyber front, we’re seeing hack after hack, and breach after breach. And we’re seeing more and more what we call a “blended threat,” where cyber and espionage merge together in all kinds of new ways. We still confront traditional espionage threats, with dead drops and covers. But economic espionage dominates our counterintelligence program.” – FBI Director Christopher Wray
“The FBI and all its employees, whether they’re special agents or support employees, are dedicated to the well-being of all United States citizens. In that light, this exhibit will expand individual knowledge of the FBI, respect of the FBI, and it’ll reaffirm and, potentially, educate individuals regarding the FBI’s jurisdiction and accomplishments during the course of its great history. – David Espie, Former FBI Agent