Museum named Remember Bhopal was inaugurated on the eve of 30 years of Bhopal gas tragedy on 3 December 2014.
The museum portrays the trauma and 30 years of relentless struggle by the victims to get justice. It houses photographs and personal items of the victims, accompanied by audio clips recorded by relatives.
The museum has nearly 50 original audio recordings of the survivors cut into three minutes loops that can be heard by picking up phone receivers hung on the walls. Besides, survivors or families of the several victims have recorded their own testimonies for the museum.
The museum is split into five sections — Trauma Room, Health Room, Anderson Wall, Toxic Water Wall, Compensation Room and the Movement Room . Every section is a heart-wrenching reminder of the catastrophe and meticulously conserves the last tangible link with the dead and those who survived.