I came right after the museum opened and it's just getting better. There 4D movie was the best I've seen of its kind. My son enjoyed it quite a bit.
The personal stories scattered throughout the museum are fantastic and all the exhibits were working when I went, not something you can say about every museum today.
The Pacific exhibit is particularly gruesome, but it's important to understand that theater. There is so much revisionist history about the bomb and the end of WWII, that it's good for people to understand what actually occurred.
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