My young son loves guns (sigh) and I took him and his best friend to the museum on a quiet Saturday morning.
We spend a quiet and enjoyable couple of hours there and I personally found all the exhibits informative and a great peek into our country's military history. It's also a great place to take children to put their history lessons into perspective with tanks, planes, clothes, guns, etc.
The museum is clean, well-maintained and have information boards that can keep you entertained as you read for as short or as long as you want, and offers great photo opportunities for the youngsters as well.
It is also a party venue for the little ones with a helicopter they can clamber into.
There is also a little cafe for beverages and light snacks and a war memorabilia shop that is worth visiting (but certainly not buying, very pricey, unless you're a fanatic).
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