Building was used for railroad transportation from est. 1836 up to 1975 served Richmond, Fredericksburg, and Potomac stops to travel to Washington DC. Still an impressive building, located in West Broad Street, was purchased and converted to a Science Museum. It houses primarily about science from basic to middle of the road information. As an adult, I find it more geared for children. To me, this museum is not technologically advanced and the only benefit I find in here is the 3D movies which has extra fee. Although, it is good to know the fundamentals, Disney World has more cool factor.
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