"CHILDREN’S CORNER, WORLD’S FAIR CATERS TO THE SMALL FRY
It can be estimated that half of the admissions to the New York World’s Fair will be children- so why not an exhibit for them alone, it’s Atomsville, USA, and only children are admitted to operate nuclear displays. “
Return to the 1964 World’s Fair, where a special exhibit for children touted the wonders of atomic energy. Among other activities, the children learned how to use mechanical hands to safely handle uranium, searched for ore on a light-up map, and rode a stationary bike to discover that it would take thirty years of pedaling to equal the energy in one pound of uranium.