I liked seeing the static electricity machines, the old tubes and tube radios, etc. We went to the demo which was a bit slow (and full of scientific disinformation, very strange, it also uses old EE terms that were misunderstood by the audience, e.g. "the electricity flows over my body" which makes it sound like water being deflected rather than current conducted).
There is nothing about the transition from tubes to transistors (even what a transistor is) to ICs. Storage stops at Leyden jars and batteries.
So, between the science disinformation and ending the story in 1920s, it's a very poor instructional musuem.
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