Dinosaur computer simulators, General Groves life and WWII history making events, and 1950’s atomic art, all traveling exhibitions, will be on display for visitors only a few more days in January at AMSE.
The last day to see these temporary exhibits is January 6 for “Be The Dinosaur,” January 13 for “General Leslie R. Groves and the Manhattan Project,” and January 20 for “DOOMTOWN.”
The American Museum of Science and Energy, located at 300 South Tulane Avenue in Oak Ridge, is open Monday – Saturday from 9 am – 5pm and Sunday from 1 – 5 pm. AMSE admission is Adults $5, Seniors (65+) $4, Students (6 – 17) $3 and Children (5 and under) no charge. AMSE members are free. Group rates are available for 20 or more with advance reservations. AMSE memberships, good for 12 months from purchase date, are Family $40, Grandparents $35, Individuals $25, and Family & Friends $75. AMSE members receive unlimited AMSE visits and free admission to 250 museums that participate in the Association of Science Technology Centers (ASTC) Passport Program. AMSE members get discounts on Discovery Shop merchandise, discounts on classes, programs, workshops and birthday parties. For more information on AMSE memberships, exhibits, programs and events, click on www.amse.org To schedule group visits, call AMSE at (865) 576-3200.
Contact: Lissa Clarke
Public Information Officer
American Museum of Science and Energy
Tel. (865) 576-3218
January 2, 2013