You will learn a lot here. So much history. It's been a long time since I have been here, but it never diappoints.
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Entering the Sloan Museum was a wonderful treat as a member of the 'cast' came up and provided my wife and I with a back story of real travelers on this ill fated ship. Gorgeous, over sized photos of the construction and mini-bios of real travelers lined the walls. As we explored further into the exhibit, we witnessed actual items retrieved from 12,000 feet below the Atlantic. An eerie feeling crept over us at the end of the exhibit as we learned the fate of our back story personas. While my wife was fortunate, to live another day, my character plunged beneath the waves, last seen by "my" son who clung to his mother in one of the life boats.
I didn't expect I Museum in a small struggling City Like Flint to be so good. But it was packed full with lots of interesting displays on the industrial and Social Development of flint and the surrounding area .
It also featured some Hands-On, and kid-friendly exhibits as well. Some very rare automobiles are also in their collection that you just don't see anywhere else. I would highly recommend anyone stop by and spend a few hours here so we're more about the history of this part of Michigan
The Sloan Museum has something for everyone from young children to senior citizens. They offer a wide-ranging look at the history of Flint Michigan from its beginning to its present. The displays are informative and well put-together in a thematic program. I would recommend that everyone should visit it at least once and I guarantee they will return again and again and again.