“Amazing atomic history museum”
ATM permanent exhibits have been under development since 1997. NTSHF trustees, volunteers and members, led by the Canadian design team of Andre & Knowlton Associates from Victoria, British Columbia, have worked with DRI and DOE personnel, the national laboratories and museums such as the Smithsonian to create the Atomic Testing Museum's galleries and exhibits. ATM permanent exhibits portray world history as community history through varied representations of the story of the NTS and its programs, first-person narratives, large iconic artifacts, authenticity of text, environmental re-creations, theatrical devices, interactive elements for personal exploration, multiple viewpoints expressed in multi-media presentations and stunning graphics, many not seen before.
There is also a slightly lame Area 51 exhibit that costs a little extra but is alright for a giggle.
As a guy who serves in the military it was touching learning the history! I saw Nagasaki first hand and my wife saw Hiroshima it was touching to see this side of war.
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National Atomic Testing Museum
- Mon - Sat: 10:00 am - 5:00 pm
- Sun: 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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