While we were at Physics Fest in College Station, Texas we took the opportunity to visit the George H.W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
We decided to start at the current rotating exhibit called Spies, Traitors, Saboteurs: Fear and Freedom in America.
It was created by the International Spy Museum located in Washington D.C. and we really enjoyed it. This is the best way to learn about our history.
I didn’t realize Madison didn’t know about the Oklahoma bombing. So this summer when we go to Kansas City we will stop and complete a junior ranger badge for the memorial. The junior ranger badges are an excellent way to learn.
We spent so much time in the rotating exhibit we kind of flew through the rest of the museum. We will definitely will go back next year and spend more time and enjoy it.
We watched a short movie on the Gulf war.
The Gate of Kuwait.
Madison also got to see a piece of the Berlin Wall.
This museum was fantastic and I highly recommend going if you are in the area. We look forward to going again and spending more time learning.