The museum is very educational, and seemingly fun for children. I did not attend with children, but they had a scavenger hunt for them, which allowed them to navigate around the museum and answer questions, or decrypt messages, in order to win a prize as they left the museum. It seemed fun, and there were lots of kids enjoying it.
The museum itself has lots of old artifacts, including super computers, type writers, and books. You will learn something here, for sure.
It's really interesting to compare encryption now and just a few decades ago.
The gift shop is small, but sells a few cool things. Mainly clothes and coins.
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