May 14, 2014 8:11 PM by Samantha Daigle
NEW YORK -- Almost 13 years after the terror attacks in New York, Washington, and Pennsylvania work on the National September 11 Memorial Museum is complete.
Tomorrow, President Obama will be part of the dedication ceremony that starts several days of tribute and special viewings for families, survivors, and responders before the museum opens to the public.
The multi-million dollar project includes exhibits with thousands of photographs, testimonials, audio and video recordings that tell the story of that fateful day in U.S. history.
It took more than 12 years of planning and construction to build the facility.
The museum is set to open to the general public on May 21.