This was a great experience for us! Many of the exhibits are interactive and the touch-screen table top on Iraq/Afghanistan feels like it's straight out of a movie war room. Personally, I skipped the 9/11 section, but the rest of the museum was very informative. Observing different documents pertaining o many important decisions and events was very cool and the replica of the Oval Office is fun! Apparently he had a painting of the Alamo in there! The twins host acute video featuring some of the lighter moments. The Decision Points theater is also a cool interactive learning tool. The visit can take about 3-4 hours if you look at everything.
Tips: Make sure to take a picture behind the desk with your phone or camera, because the one the museum photographer will take is upwards of $15 to purchase. Get there when it opens on a Saturday. We spent the morning there and it wasn't busy, but we left around noon and it was becoming a zoo.
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