Our kids (11, 14, and 15) are very interested in history, and we will definitely be visiting this museum. Many reviews say make sure to bring the kids, and don't miss the 4D movie.
Here's what the museum website says:
"The film also contains images of a very graphic nature, including archival footage from the battlefields of WWII that may be too intense for younger viewers. Parental guidance is suggested."
So, I'm looking for guidance on what 'younger' might mean, and your experiences with your kids there. Thanks in advance.
To clarify, they have seen graphic exhibits in museums before, and know much about WWII. I'm wondering about the 4D experience, and if that makes horrific things that much more horrifying.