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.
The National Museum of Atomic Bomb Testing and Explosion has a large number of text and video information systems to introduce the situation of the United States in nuclear weapons testing. We can also see a decommissioned nuclear bomb, including some controversial materials that are still going on today. Is it necessary to use nuclear weapons against Japan in that year?
National Atomic Testing Museum, the National Atomic Testing Museum, exhibits everything related to the atomic bomb. The instruments for making the atomic bomb, the pictures after the explosion of the atomic bomb, various mushroom clouds, like military and scientific to come here and have a good look.
We spent a lot of time in the museum. There are many exhibits in the museum. It's cheaper to come here and learn about the local history.
The National Atomic Bomb Explosion Museum is a place to commemorate the first atomic bomb experiment. Many of the pictures here are mushroom clouds.
Ticket prices are still a little high, the cost-effective than the general. But if you are really interested in military affairs, it is worth seeing. There are a lot of detailed information about the whole process of American atomic energy development. The reason why it is located in Vegas is that the former U.S. atomic bomb test ground is not far north of Vegas.