American Museum of Science and Energy

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This summer get fun down to a science at The American Museum of Science and Energy! The AMSE chronicles the World War II Manhattan Project history that created the secret city of Oak Ridge and the science that evolved through interactive exhibits, live demonstrations, artifacts and audiovisuals. Special exhibits showing during the summer include K'NEX Building Thrill Rides, Nikon Small World, Cold War Crisis: The U-2 Incident and the Department of Energy Public Bus Tour (June 6 - Sept. 2) with guide commentary for U.S. citizens 10 years of age and up. AMSE yearly memberships are also available!

Phone Number: (865) 576-3200 
Website: www.amse.org 
Address: 300 South Tulane Avenue, Oak Ridge 
Hours: Monday - Saturday 9am-5pm and Sunday 1pm-5pm 
Admission: Adults $5, Seniors $4, Students (6-17) $3, Children (5 and under) Free


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