755 E. Flamingo Rd.
Las Vegas, NV 89119
(702) 794-5161

Hours of operation:

Monday - Saturday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Sunday, 1 p.m. - 5 p.m

Last tour at 4:15 p.m. Closed on major holidays.

$12 general admission.

$9 for seniors, students, children and military personnel with proper identification.

Built to chronicle the atomic age and its impact, the nearly 10,000-square-foot building houses artifacts from the NTS, and records the dramatic and fascinating history through a series of interactive modules, timelines, films and actual equipment and gadgets from the site. Both sides of the story are presented, from experiences of the on-site workers to protestors of the site. It strives to educate, inform and document the impact that nuclear testing had on a global, national and local level.


  1. I always enjoy a walk around the museum, all the historical value makes me feed my knowledge and i feel that i grow up like a person. I like to try what i want to prove. this is when i buy viagra for my husband. whenever i have a doubt, i mus to satisfy my curiosity.

  2. I think that with so many earthquakes hitting us around the globe, one may ask if the 2012 prophesy is true, I think it is, if the ancient cultures knew about it, why would they be wrong when they were right in all of the cosmological facts.

  3. Is it based soley on Nevada Atomic History? Or is it on Atomic History All Over? I live in Vegas and have never visited the museum. I was also exposed to radiation on Enewetak Atoll, while participating in a Defense Nuclear Agency Clean-Up Project. Many of us are ill and dying and the government is doing NOTHING! Anyway, please let me know, as I am very interested. Thank You!


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