The National Atomic Bomb Testing Museum is an on-site service. It's quite suitable for children. The museum is good. The Chinese know little about it. Maybe we just don't have the mood to accept such a text test. This time, we are mainly accompanying our wife on a trip. She specially requests to come here and have a look.
Museum is good, all kinds of interactive small booth projection hall, very interesting. If you don't want to be locked in a thousand unknown cells beneath the desert after trying to drive through the gate of Area 51... Then visit the museum. After all, it's probably the closest thing you've ever touched.
This is a really cool museum that is a lot of fun to visit when you are looking for a break from the Las Vegas Strip.
Learn something stupid. I always bring a couple of airline nips to juice the workers.
Another interesting place to go, away from The Strip, but close by.
Very interesting for everyone. Great for kids also
Off the Strip, near the UNLV campus, this oddball museum covers the history of atomic weapons testing and nuclear waste storage in the Nevada desert. Experience the ground virtually shaking in the Ground Zero theater as you watch documentary film footage from 1950s A-bomb tests, when casinos held mushroom-cloud viewing parties on their rooftops. Then take a look at the exhibits covering the long-term issues of nuclear proliferation. High-tech displays will keep your eyes glued to the video screens, but politically, the interpretation walks a very fine line that is ultimately pro-nuclear science.
A "Must see" if visiting Las Vegas!
Great Museum. Definitely recommend it!