It's well worth the walk through, with some of the exhibits involving unbelievably detailed processes or periods of time to get to where they are now. Some of the exhibits will be unique only to you, the viewer. I love how incredibly contemporary this exhibit is, making it all the more reason to take your "actively-engaged-with-technology" kids. (They might even look up for a moment from their phones.) Note: no picture-taking is allowed in the exhibit.
The NY Times have included it in their list of Spring exhibits to see in the country. Since it's Spring Break, this is a great thing to get out and enjoy both indoors and out at the museum with your kids (probably ages 8 and up is recommended).
Just for fun check out the NCMA 0 to 60 Tumbler page, fascinating stuff.
For more info on the times and ticket info to the exhibit click here.
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