Great mix of science and history.
Museum is very well done (and free), but you need to figure out what you want to focus on because you can get burnt out if you try to read and watch everything. The unique portion is the room about the Manhattan Project.
Most kids today won't really have the context for the development of the atomic bomb and its use, so it is worth just a little bit of review before you get there.
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