A Massachusetts museum will commemorate the fifth anniversary of the Boston Marathon bombing that shocked the nation by displaying hundreds of running shoes left at the finish line.
The memorial will be a part of an exhibit at the Attleboro Arts Museum entitled 'A Long-Distance Relationship: The 26.2 Mile Journey'.
The exhibit will feature 200 sneakers left at the marathon finish line by mourners in memory of three lives lost and more than 260 injured in the April 15, 2013 attack.
200 running shoes were left at the site of the Boston Marathon finish line as a makeshift memorial in the wake of the April 15, 2013 bombing that killed three and injured 260iPhone transfer software
Those shoes will be on display at the Attleboro Arts Museum this month in an exhibit memorial entitled 'A Long-Distance Relationship: The 26.2 Mile Journey'
An artist at the museum puts the finishing touches on a sculpture of a winged runner's foot
The museum memorial will also include paintings inspired by the race, sculptures such as a giant winged foot, and other works by over 20 artists.
Three running chairs used by father and son competitors Dick and Rick Hoyt will also be on display to raise awareness about people living with disabilities.
The exhibit memorial runs from April 10 through May 5.
April 16 will mark the 122nd year of the race - the oldest continuously run marathon in the US.