CELL Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab

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99 West 12th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204 99 West 12th Avenue, Denver Directions
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Report | a year ago
Definitely NOT for children! Too disturbing with graphic images. Could have used more solid facts to illustrate the generalizations.
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I went there 4 times and there was nothing there. Later I found out they put the wrong address on it. By then i couldn't go.
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Report | a year ago
Very informative, I would not recommend for young children or those who are very fearful - this is scary, but real stuff. Go with a friend or group - the lab engenders good discussion among adults and young adults.
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Good exhibit
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Would be more interesting with artifacts. More information about terrorist groups, what they are about, who supports them, who/what specifically they are against, how they choose their targets, what type of terrorist activities they specialize in, etc.
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Very interesting Opens your eyes to terrorism around the world and here at home Makes you more aware of your surroundings
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Report | 2 years ago
Check website to make sure when you go that there's not a private party booked We didn't check and had to go another day, but if was worth it
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Report | 2 years ago
High tech! Learned a great deal Very sad but everyone needs to go see this'
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Graphic images of events so be prepared for that. But it is important to learn from our past in order to prevent repeating history. The lab is a self guided and timed tour, just need to pay attention and doors automatically open to next area. It is very well done and I did learn from it.
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More than 70 U.S. government officials, including the current speaker of the house, have visited CELL Counterterrorism Education Learning Lab since its 2008 opening. Their appearances are a testament to the nonpartisan museum's comprehensive overview of domestic and international terrorism, all developed by prominent counterterrorism experts. The exhibit delves into topics ranging from terrorism's history and media coverage to terrorists' methods, and is home to artifacts including a piece of wreckage from the World Trade Center that stands above a memorial to 9/11. They also engage museum-goers' noodles throughout with interactive stations that quiz them on their new findings. Beyond being informative, the exhibits are also aesthetically alluring, having been designed by Academy- and Emmy-award-winning artists.

The self-guided exhibit isn't the only way CELL strives to educate the public about terrorism and the ways it can be prevented. CELL's events include quarterly symposiums in which experts and government officials gather to discuss security and counterterrorism issues. Part of its Community Awareness Program, CELL's free classes inform citizens about the constitutional methods they can employ to help prevent terrorist activities.

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