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FDR: His Vision, Our Freedoms Still Alive

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The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is excited to tell the story of Franklin Delano Roosevelt, America’s 32nd president, who led the United States through two of the gravest crises in its history – the Great Depression and World War II. This very special temporary exhibition, “FDR: His Vision, Our Freedoms Still Alive,” will be open to the public once the museum is allowed to open under New Mexico State COVID restrictions through March 28, 2021.

This exhibit highlights FDR’s enduring achievements, using historic photographs, documents, cartoons, and posters from the rich collections o the Franklin D. Roosevelt Presidential Library and Museum. In addition to these in-depth panels, visitors will walk back in time with a number of amazing historic artifacts on display in the exhibit.

“As we work through another difficult time in our World’s history with the COVID-19 pandemic, our museum will look into the past to see how our 32nd president overcame exceptional obstacles and looked bravely toward the future,” said Museum Executive Director, Jim Walther.

“FDR: His Vision, Our Freedoms Still Alive” will be on display at the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History through March 28, 2021. This special exhibition is included with the price of admission into the museum.

A special Members-only Virtual Exhibit Preview will take place soon. For more information, please contact our Membership Associate at dmcvay@nuclearmuseum.org.