9/11 'Never Forget' Museum open this weekend at Fire Museum

File: 9/11 mobile museum in Charleston (WCIV)

A little bit of history rolls into town this weekend.

The Stephen Siller 9/11 'Never Forget' Mobile Museum will be stationed in North Charleston to make sure no one forgets the thousands of lives lost nearly 16 years ago.

Visitors can also view a documentary, hear recordings of first-responder radio transmissions, and learn intimate details about the attacks.

The 1,100 square foot, mobile exhibit honors the 2,996 victims killed during the 9/11 terrorist attacks and features steel beams recovered after the collapse of the World Trade Center.

It's free to visit and will be open at the North Charleston Fire Museum (4975 Centre Pointe Drive) from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 27, Sunday, May 28, and Monday, May 29.

A special opening ceremony Saturday morning will honor first responders including local police and fire departments. That starts at 9:30 a.m.

New York City Firefighters will also be on hand to speak on behalf of the Tunnel to Towers Foundation and give guided tours of the exhibit.

You can find more information on the exhibit here.

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