We love visiting local history sites. This museum gives the local story of Los Alamos labs. The museum is just two blocks down the hill from the museum that gives the science side of Los Alamos. Although tiny, there are exhibits of how the area looked and how the people lived. The school was taken by the US government during World War II. Take the time to read the letters. There is one seizing the school. The letter from Albert Einstein warning the President about Germany's use of uranium is chilling when you think what Los Alamos developed. Letters home from people who cannot tell the family where they are also worth the read. We thoroughly enjoyed this free attraction.
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