Andrew Bennett grew up hearing his mother talk about the 1964 New York World's Fair. In 1984, she took the family to that year's fair in New Orleans. But times had changed: There was nothing there he hadn't already seen on television.
Today would be even worse. It would be all but impossible to re-create the sense of discovery his mother got from the 1964 fair.
"What made it so exotic and extraordinary is a mouse click away now," says Bennett.