Two distinct halves to the museum. First is not so great, mostly for kids, but even then, they may not be so interested. There were a lot of unidentified items that were sort of haphazardly placed about. Not sure if they are transitioning this area but it was just poorly designed. The second building dedicated to the Saturn V and the Apollo missions makes up for the very dissapointing beginning. Lots of great items on display and the story of the space race is told very well, including moon rocks, and Casper, the Apollo 16 capsule. Tons of interactive things - a lunar lander simulator and a LEM/CSM docking simulator.
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