9/11 Mobile Exhibit on Display at Home & Builders Show

The tour helps raise money for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which helps build homes for injured service men and women

DULUTH, Minn. – Visitors to the Arrowhead Home and Builders Show will have a unique opportunity to get an up close view of one of America’s darkest days.

The 9/11 Never Forget mobile exhibit will be on display at Pioneer Hall through the end of the week.

First responders from the New York City Fire Department will be on hand sharing their stories from September 11th.

The exhibit gives a detailed look at the aftermath of the World Trade Center including artifacts recovered at ground zero.

“Bringing it all over the country to people who aren’t able to make it in to New York City, is to give them a little bit of history of what we went through,” said Bobby Strafer, a retired New York City Firefighter.

The tour helps raise money for the Tunnel to Towers Foundation, which helps build homes for injured service men and women.

Anybody can tour the exhibit with paid admission to the home and builders show.