I went for Eisenhower, but was most fascinated by the temporary exhibit about the Chisholm Trail and the early days of Abilene. The museum overall was very well done; nicely balanced among personal life, military and political career. The boyhood home was interesting, although it was only a very short tour of the first floor. I skipped the library and meditation chamber entirely and still spend several hours on site. I would recommend skipping the movie at the visitor center, unless you just want to relax for 25 minutes - it struck me as being jingoistic and worshipful.
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