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Pulse Memorial Now Open to the Public


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Visitors can reflect by the photo wall or write a message on the living memorial. Photo: Danielle Prieur

The Pulse memorial opened to the public today. Photo: Danielle Prieur

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The interim memorial at Pulse is now open to the public. Owner Barbara Poma says a permanent museum will follow after planning wraps up at the end of the year.

“It’s overwhelming, I think I need to get past this and then take a deep breath. I need to get ready for June 12 which is remembrance week. They’re still hard at work getting ready for the next phase of this building.”

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Visitors to the memorial can interact with a photo wall made up of hundreds of pictures and write a message of remembrance on the living memorial under the Pulse nightclub sign.

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