Smithsonian Affiliate Museum
300 S. Tulane Ave
Oak Ridge, TN 37830
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The American Museum of Science and Energy chronicles the World War II Manhattan Project that created the 1940’s secret city of Oak Ridge, Tennessee to process the fuel for the bomb to end the war and the science that evolved. Live demonstrations. www.amse.org
Hours: 9-5 Mon to Sat, 1-5 Sun
Get fun down to a science at the American Museum of Science and Energy in Oak Ridge, Tennessee. Explore, experiment and discover interactive exhibits on the World War II Manhattan Project creating Oak Ridge, basic science and energy, fossil fuels and alternative energy sources. Allow 2 hours.
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