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Happy 95th to the one and only, Ed Westcott.
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Hope everyone has been good this year, because you know who is watching. #MondayMeme
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Oh Chemistree, Oh Chemistree, how lovely are thy orbitals. #MondayMeme
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We received our new rug just in time for the Oak Ridge 1st birthday. Happy Birthday, MAPR!
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Use Science to Make a Fast Pinewood Derby Car.
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The 2017 East TN Regional Bridge Building rules and registration are now online.
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#TBT Check out the "Welcome to the New American Museum of Atomic Energy" brochure from 1975. More on FB. http://bit.ly/2immyMv
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Just a reminder, the museum will be closed Dec 24 & 25. We will reopen Dec 26 at 9 am.
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You just can't beat free on #CyberMonday. #MondayMeme
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The Photography of Ed Westcott: Voters lined up at polling place for general (state) election. (11/5/1946)
Voters lined up at polling place for general (state) election. Line down boardwalk and up stairs into building. Sign for W. Buford Lewallen for Representative. (11/5/1946) 2010.012.0282 3151-1
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This meme is for the birds. #MondayMeme
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300 S Tulane Ave Oak Ridge, TN 37830
300 South Tulane AvenueUSTennesseeOak Ridge37830
(865) 576-3200amse.org
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Museum offering educational & interactive displays exploring energy, with a focus on nuclear power.- Google
"Cannot beat the price!!!!!!!"
"Great place with good exhibits and hands-on displays"
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Mark Thoms
2 weeks ago
Nice museum. Great exhibits. I was there during the Secret City Festival so it was packed. Worth visiting.
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Matthew Bailey
4 months ago
This was a pretty cool history of Oak Ridge. It has some in depth stuff about the work performed there. Tons of stuff to do especially for kids, but several of the props are busted. It may even have too much going on. It's a really good price and would definitely go again. Staff was knowledgeable and friendly.
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yazeed Alkhrijah
a month ago
Great place.. I had a nice experience over there
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René Schwietzke
3 months ago
Most exhibitions are outdated (aka satellite launch is planned for 1997) and not very well organized. Some of the movies are good but your English needs to be decent to enjoy that. The laboratory tour is only open to US citizens.
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Kay McCartney
in the last week
Lots of fun things for kids to play with. Went for the physics week events. Very handicap accessible and friendly
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Lady Wolf
a month ago
Maybe sure you fully explore the upstairs, seems like there is something new around every corner. Valuable information gets buried in the long written displays.
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Kim Kendrick
3 months ago
This place is fascinating, it has lots to learn about science and the history of the area. My husband and I loved it, and our 10 year old lived it. Our 2 year old got a little bored. Cannot beat the price!!!!!!!
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Tim Rehak
8 months ago
I Just moved to Knoxville and I never knew the importance of this area. I learned so much about energy and the war. I took my 6 year old here and he had a blast. It's not all that geared for small children there are some interactive games here for its mostly a walk through type of museum. My son is nerdy and likes this kind of museum. It is a very nice well put together museum. Not sure if they do this often but they had these shows in the auditorium and electrical demonstrations of what Tesla was researching and interactive demonstrations. This is a must if your in the area.i would recommend this museum and would attend again.
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