This museum covers the history of the Los Alamos National Laboratories from Atomic Bomb development through today's activities and into the future. 3 large rooms covering defense, research, and history along with a theater that shows today's work and an auditorium that shows a video of the lab's beginnings. A complex place that can be accessible to the uninitiated and overwhelming to those with advanced degrees at the same time. The only thing missing was Dr Sheldon Cooper.
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