This museum doesn't take long to see, because it's very small. However, it is well worth the effort. You follow Los Alamos from the site of a ranch school to the site of the Manhattan Project. There are lots of...I don't want to say relics. Donations, maybe, from the people who lived there. The gift shop (which provides part of the funding for the museum) is also small but complete. They had a great selection of books by local authors which can't be found anywhere else. Two thumbs up. Do this after you do the walking tour of town.
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