But their gift shop is the
We got a Geiger Counter for #1 Son. Real US Gubmint Civil Defense surplus. I'd post a pic, but he's planning to, so I'll link it later. Me? I got a framed circuit board from a Cray-1 Supercomputer. Sweet.
Oh, and they have other retro Atomic Age stuff like the blackout goggles that Our Boys used to observe the detonations, along with more mundane retro stuff like vacuum tubes and slide rules.
Which brings up this (now sadly obsolete) joke that I learned back in 1974, when I got my first slide rule:
Let's see ... Three times two is 5.99 ... oh heck, just call it six.Heh. Yes, I'm an old techie geek.
Coolest thing I saw at the museum was this, from the You Have Got To Be Kidding Me Department:
That right there is the M-338 Tactical Nuclear Recoilless Rifle. Range was a mile or two. Glad it's recoilless, or the gun crew might get hurt or something.