Atomic Testing Museum

4.52899 Votes Currently Open [Closes at 05:00 pm]
  • Address: 755 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89119, United States
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  • Timings: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +1-7027945151
  • Ticket Price: 22 USD
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Military Museums, Specialty Shop

Everything you ever wanted to know about the US military nuclear history, from every perspective possible, including and upto pop-culture influences on public perception like comic books. Stories of the USA’s biggest bomb tests, Hiroshima and Cold Wars testimonies, interactive displays, authentic equipment, and a 10 minute documentary movie inside a nuclear bunker.

Whether you’re a science, military or history buff, this museum will reel you in and leave your mind blown. Check out the neat gift shop. Also, visit the popular attractions in the city by following Las Vegas itinerary 1 day.

Entrance Ticket Details For Atomic Testing Museum

  • $2 discount on General Admission.
  • Seniors (62+ with id); Youth (7–17); Student (with id); Military (with id); Nevada Resident (with id).
  • Museum Members & Children (6 & under) FREE.
  • Prices subject to change.
  • Tickets are valid for 120 days and are non-refundable.
  • Group tours (10+ people) charge USD 18 per head.

How to Reach Atomic Testing Museum

  • Bus 202 on Flamingo @ Swenson

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  • Atomic Testing Museum Address: 755 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89119, United States
  • Atomic Testing Museum Contact Number: +1-7027945151
  • Atomic Testing Museum Timing: 10:00 am - 05:00 pm
  • Atomic Testing Museum Price: 22 USD
  • Time required to visit Atomic Testing Museum: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 12.34% of people who visit Las Vegas include Atomic Testing Museum in their plan

  • 57.14% of people start their Atomic Testing Museum visit around 10 AM - 11 AM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Atomic Testing Museum

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93.68% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Atomic Testing Museum

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Atomic Testing Museum Reviews & Ratings

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  • So much interesting information in 1 small museum. Make sure not to skip out on the 10 min movie, and get a seat a few min early. If you are in the area, take the time to check this place out. It is a hidden gem. ********************************************* If you like this review, please give it a thumbs up. comment and follow me for more epic reviews. Happy Adventuring ; )

  • This is one of the coolest museums I've been to. The exhibits are informative and creatively designed, and everyone was friendly and helpful. There is an atomic test simulator where you can sit in a replica of a test bunker and experience how the original tests felt/looked/sounded. I highly recommend this museum to anyone looking for some unique Las Vegas history.

  • The National Atomic Testing Museum was very interesting and educational. I'm really glad we stopped by. The price was fair and there was a lot to see inside. It's also worth mentioning the museum is affiliated with the Smithsonian, so you're really getting a quality experience. The museum is located a quick ride (or a slightly longer walk) from The Strip, so it's easy to find. I was kind of surprised how many people were visiting, but the museum wasn't "busy" by any means. In fact, this a great option if you'd like to get away from the busy city crowds for a while. Definitely stop by if you get the chance.

  • Very well-done museum. Lost of interesting exhibits regarding nuclear weapon development, testing, and research. I found it fascinating. if you are the least bit interested in Nuclear history or Nevada state history, then I highly recommend this museum. Very well done.

  • We had a good time here. This museum was filled with various photos, videos and details about the history of the Atomic Nuclear testings here in this state. There was an Atomic testing bunker theatre too, which simulates the experience being at an Atomic testing site. It runs every 15 minutes. I liked the little gift shop, and would highly recommend buying a drink or two that they have in their fridge. They all have very interesting names/design. I bought a Radioactive Soda (Mulberry flavour), and the cap has an interesting message under it! 😂

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