Monday, March 7, 2011

The American Museum of Science and Energy Offers Free Admission


The American Museum of Science and Energy in Oak Ridge, Tennessee is offering a week of free admission from March 17 – March 22.

From the website:

AMSE Spring Break Free Admission Days sponsored by Fluor-B&W Oak Ridge. Get free admission to AMSE and see 'Where Science and History Come Alive' as you experience, experiment and discover the World War II Manhattan Project history and the science that evolved through interactive exhibits, live demonstrations, audiovisuals and artifacts. Tour AMSE's original 1940's flat top house with period furnishings. Lift off with "Take Flight" and "Cold War Crisis: The U-2 Incident" traveling exhibitions, too. Lobby and Upper Level of AMSE.


  1. Hi Tonya! Thanks for posting this - I didn't know about it. My brother recently took my niece on a field trip there and he said it was really impressive. I will be going the week you mention, for sure!

  2. Tanya, I really think you'll enjoy it. My kids and I really loved it. When you leave the museum make sure to check out the International Friendship Bell which is right around the corner.

    You can also see the plant where the Manhattan Project transpired. As of a few years ago they still offered tours but I don't know if they still do.


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