9/11 Never Forget Exhibit Arrives in Duluth

Traveling Museum Will Be on Display April 5th-9th at the DECC

DULUTH, Minn. – The 9/11 Never Forget Mobile exhibit is now in Duluth, but Northlanders will have to wait until later this week for a chance to walk through the traveling museum at the DECC.

People lined the streets waving American flags as the nationally touring 9/11 display made its way down Railroad Street following an emergency vehicle procession.

The mobile exhibit pays tribute to all who lost their lives on September 11th, 2001 through interactive displays, recordings, and live tours given by New York City firefighters who survived 9/11.

“We were going to bring a lot of people from around the region who maybe haven’t experienced places outside of the community that can come down and talk to these folks that have the ability to tell stories and really talk about the actions that happened down there,” says Chelle Eliason, Executive Director of the Arrowhead Builders Association, who are bringing the display to Duluth.

The free exhibit is offered as part of the Arrowhead Home and Builder Show, which will be at the DECC this Wednesday, April 5th through Sunday, April 9th.