Visitor Information


Hours  & Location

• Monday-Saturday from 10:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
• Sunday from 12:00 p.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Closed:
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day
New Year's Day


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The National Atomic Testing Museum is on the campus of the Desert Research Institute.



Public Bus Schedule
Click here for a printable PDF file of the Bus Schedule

 

Admission

  Museum
Only
Museum +
Area 51 Exhibit
Adults ages 18-61 $14.00 $20.00
Seniors ages 62+ $12.00 $18.00
Military with ID $12.00 $18.00
Youth ages 7-17 $12.00 $18.00
Student with ID $12.00 $18.00
Youth 6 and under FREE $6.00
NTSHF Members with card FREE $6.00
Nevada Resident with ID $12.00 $18.00

* - As Announced on George Noory's Coast to Coast Radio Show

Contact:
info@natm-nv.org
702-794-5124
Children under the age of 17 must be accompanied by an adult


Return Policy
Tickets are for admission into the National Atomic Testing Museum only and are only valid during normal business hours. Senior, Military, Youth, Student and Resident ticket holders must present ID. Tickets are non-refundable and have no cash value. Tickets are valid for 120 days from the date of purchase. Proceeds from ticket sales help support the Nevada Test Site Historical Foundation, a non-profit organization.


Group Tours

  • Must be booked 2 weeks in advance, all tours booked on first come first serve basis.
  • Guided tours available Monday through Friday only.
  • $10 per person, adults ages 18 and up (including seniors).
  • 10 person minimum, 45 person maximum.
  • Payments accepted on day of arrival at admissions.

  • *For more information on a Group Tour, please email Joe.kent@natm-nv.org or download our Group Tour Policy & Group Tour Request form.

    *For information on school tours please see our School Field Trip.

    *No Group Tours are available for the Area 51 Exhibit.


    Mp3 Audio Guide


    Download the Podcast A great way to tour the museum is by using our free audio guide.  Our downloadable mp3 audio guide is compatible with most smart-phones and iPods, and includes an in-depth overview of each gallery within the museum.   Please download the Mp3 Audio Guide before coming to the museum and bring your own headphones and portable device to enjoy a private tour of the artifacts and exhibits, as well as vintage public-service announcements recorded during the Cold War.


    Other Area Museums:

    The National Atomic Testing Museum is the only Congressionally mandated national museum in Nevada, and one of only 37 national museums in the nation created by congress and enacted by public law. The National Atomic Testing Museum is proud to join the other unique museums in the Las Vegas area to offer visitors an unforgettable cultural experience. For more information on Las Vegas museums click here.