The National Atomic Museum

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The National Atomic Testing Museum, the first museum of its kind in the US.

This is the place where secrets are revealed and histories are told.

The 8000-square-foot National Atomic Testing Museum, located just off the Strip, unveils the fascinating history of the famed Nevada test site.

The National Atomic Testing Museum in Nevada, documents the history of nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site in the desert north of Las Vegas.
The museum covers the period from the first test at NTS on January 27, 1951, to the present. Among its exhibits covering American nuclear history is a “Ground Zero Theater” which simulates the experience of observing an atmospheric nuclear test. Other exhibits include Geiger counters, radio badges and radiation testing devices, Native American artifacts from around the test area, pop culture memorabilia related to the atomic age, equipment used in testing the devices. Other displays focus on important figures at the facility, videos and interactive exhibits about radiation

Area 51: Myth or Reality Exhibit

Area 51: Myth or Reality, explores the cultural perceptions and historical records of the most secret place in America.

755 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89119
(Approximately 1 mile east of Las Vegas Boulevard at 755 E. Flamingo Road, between Paradise and Swenson,
near the Silver Sevens Casino.)

Phone: (702) 794-5151
Regular price:
$22 for adult general admission (includes National Atomic Testing Museum and Area 51 Exhibit)
Get brochure and a free Coupon for a discounted admission here.
Monday through Saturday: 10 am – 5 pm
Sunday: 12 pm – 5 pm
Closed on Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day

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