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New Mexico Tours
Master Cottage Number One has had many residents since it was built in 1931, including physicists Edwin McMillan and Hans Bethe and chemist Max Roy. Today it is the Harold Agnew Cold War Gallery of the Los Alamos Historical Society.
Los Alamos, NM was the site of the Manhattan Project weapons laboratory. This "beta" tour features several important Manhattan Project sites, including Fuller Lodge and historic homes on Bathtub Row. More coming soon!
This program provides information about the science, engineering, and technology of Hanford's B Reactor.
Take a tour of Hanford's B Reactor, the world's first full-scale plutonium production reactor.
In the 19th and early 20th century, Hanford, WA was home to Native American tribes and frontier farmers.
Learn about life at Hanford. Workers and their families who relocated to Hanford for Manhattan Project work found a dusty desert, but also built a vibrant and close-knit community.
One of the most important branches of the Manhattan Project was the Metallurgical Laboratory, or "Met Lab," at the University of Chicago.
Manhattan Project Innovations
In addition to being the weapons laboratory for the Manhattan Project, Los Alamos has developed technological innovations that continue to influence our world today.
This tour highlights some of the scientific and engineering innovations to come out of the Manhattan Project, including radiation detection instruments, plutonium production methods, and much more.
Manhattan Project Sites & Themes
This tour will travel to the uranium enrichment factories and the pilot plutonium production reactor plant. In addition, the tour will cover "life in the secret city."
This tour will focus on spies during the Manhattan Project and the Alsos Mission in Europe, in which soldiers and scientists raced to determine how far Nazi Germany was in its quest for the bomb.