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Ronald B.
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Report | 6 hours ago
Worth the time and money to visit. I always wondered what the atomic bomb looked like. Now I know because there is a model of one in this museum.
Mark D.
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Report | a day ago
It is a very interesting Museum. I enjoyed the vist.
Carl B.
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Report | 3 days ago
Don't go there if you are in a hurry. Allow 2-3 hours minimum
TERI C.
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Report | 3 days ago
INTERESTING, HOWEVER MORE TECHNICAL THAN I EXPECTED.
John .
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Report | 6 days ago
On big red bus tour red line
felix a.
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Report | 6 days ago
Tons of info
William D.
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Report | 16 days ago
Wear comfortable shoes, walking on concrete throughout the entire museum was brutal.
Shawn D.
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Report | 18 days ago
Give yourself a good 3-4 hours. A lot of information.
Koleen M.
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Report | 19 days ago
The museum was interesting.....
Marty K.
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Report | 19 days ago
Great museum, especially for technically inclined people. You will get a lot out of it if you read the exhibits.
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The 8,000-square-foot National Atomic Testing Museum, located just off the Strip, unveils the fascinating history of the famed Nevada test site. An affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, the museum has a growing collection of permanent and special exhibitions. Boots quake as visitors experience a simulated atomic blast, and another exhibit details the Manhattan Project, the U.S.'s massive undertaking to create the first atomic bomb. Firsthand accounts of nuclear tests put museum-goers in the shoes of blast eyewitnesses; there's also a poignant exhibit that includes a 6-foot I-beam from the wreckage of the World Trade Center. The museum volunteer tour guides act as exhibit interpreters, encouraging hands-on exploration and teaching how to divide atoms using nothing more than a good set of kitchen cutlery.

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