We have been years ago and it was a wonderful experience. Was so disappointed to take friends and learn there really is no museum. Their website doesn't mention renovation. It is a temp location that is 1/10th of the original size. There are really no...更多
This National Park historical museum is in a temporary location (teen center) while the previous building is being renovated. It is essentially a gift shop, 20 min film and historic photos. This park is part of the Manhattan Project National historic park which includes sites...更多
This is probably a great little museum, and it was at the top of my list for Los Alamos because I'm more interested in the culture of The Hill than the science (which is covered exceptionally well at The Bradbury Museum nearby). However, after a...更多
Although the buildings are under reconstruction, it's still worthwhile to walk through this magnificent structure. The craftsmanship, the building materials, the size...all impressive. The aura of history is almost palpable. Can't wait for the renovations to be completed!
The Los Alamos History Museum, I believe, is now or soon will be the Manhattan Project National Historical Park.
When we visited there was a brief film at the visitor center and a whole lot of information from the newly in charge park ranger.
The main museum is closed for renovation. But they are in a temporary location across the street from the Fuller Lodge.
Los Alamos is now a national park, and has a Park Ranger on site. He is has a wealth of information and insight into...更多
If you are a history and/or science buff, don't miss a chance to take a side trip from Santa Fe on the way to anywhere to experience this important WW II locale that changed our world. While currently small in content, if you go to...更多