NY1 is getting a first look at an exhibit planned for the World Trade Center memorial.
The exhibition for the National 9/11 Museum will incorporate photos, oral remembrances and mementos of each victim that were donated by loved ones.
A corridor with the faces of each of the nearly 3,000 victims of the 2001 and 1993 terrorist attacks is intended to convey the scale of loss.
“It will have an image of each and every one of the victims within the exhibition. Then in that space will be a dedicated room, where in a constant cycle it will be going through each and every victim, playing audio remembrances, showcasing photographs that were donated by loved ones," said National 9/11 Memorial and Museum President Joe Daniels. "It will be a really special place that when people come to the World Trade Center site, they will know it is about the people that were lost that day.”
The museum is set to open on the 11th anniversary of the terror attacks.