The docents were very friendly and seemed to seek the opportunity to discuss the exhibits. It was very clean and the hands-on exhibits were almost all functioning. Going on a weekday morning, we had few people to contend with--and were leaving just as the bus load of school-agers arrived!
It's a difficult subject to address, since the subjects--atomic bombs and nuclear energy--don't exactly lend themselves to casual observation. Still, the Fat Man and Little Boy replicas were interesting, as well as Gadget. The static display airplanes were sorely in need of refurbishing. There were two submarine conning towers, but no information on either that I saw.
If I could humbly offer a suggestion, it would be to obtain artifacts from Hiroshima and Nagasaki, even if for short-term loans.
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