A museum telling the story of the September 11th attacks was dedicated Thursday at New York's Ground Zero.
FOX News Radio's Tonya J. Powers reports from Ground Zero:
It's an intensely personal place, especially for the families of those lost. Charles G. Wolf's wife Katherine worked on the 97th floor of the North Tower.
(Wolf) "I'm looking forward to it and I'm dreading it because there's all sort of emotions that are coming up right now."
Personal items like shoes worn by those running from the Towers are on display along with seared credit cards and even the uniform wings of Betty Ong, one of the flight attendants who was on board American Airlines Flight 11, giving information about the hijacked plane to folks on the ground until its impact on the North Tower.
At Ground Zero, Tonya J. Powers, FOX News Radio.
LISTEN to FOX News Radio's special coverage of the National September 11 Memorial Museum dedication ceremony:
LISTEN to stories from 9/11 from survivors, first responders, recovery workers and family members (testimonial sound courtesy of 9/11 Memorial Museum):
READ a statement by President George W. Bush on the dedication of the 9/11 Memorial Museum:
"Americans who lived through September 11, 2001, will never forget the horror or the heroism we witnessed that morning. The 9/11 Memorial Museum in New York City will preserve the memory of that day for future generations. It will honor the sacrifice of those who lost their lives and the bravery of those who saved others. And it will help ensure that our Nation remembers the lessons of September 11th: that what happens abroad can affect us here at home, that evil is real, and that courage and love triumph over terror and hate. Laura and I thank all those who played a role in creating this inspiring tribute, and we send our best wishes to those gathered to dedicate it."
Watch an official 9/11 Memorial Museum Tribute In Time-Lapse courtesy of EarthCam:
VIEW PHOTOS of the National September 11 Memorial Museum (Photo Courtesy: AP):