9/11 Museum set to open to the public

The 9/11 Museum is scheduled to open to the public Thursday. The museum showcases memorabilia from 9/11, an 'In Memorium' section to honor all the

President Obama will attend the museum’s official dedication

President Obama will attend the museum’s official dedication tomorrow.

MANHATTAN - The 9/11 Museum is scheduled to open to the public Thursday.

The museum showcases memorabilia from 9/11, an 'In Memorium' section to honor all the victims and a controversial exhibit that explains the rise of radical Islam. 

Hundreds of victim's families have mixed feelings about the museum's setup and the unidentified remains now housed there.  

Pres. Barack Obama will attend the museum's official dedication Thursday.

News 12 Long Island will carry the dedication live starting at 10 a.m. Thursday.

 

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