The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History ulasan, Albuquerque

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History
4.5
09:00-17:00
Senin
09:00 - 17:00
Selasa
09:00 - 17:00
Rabu
09:00 - 17:00
Kamis
09:00 - 17:00
Jumat
09:00 - 17:00
Sabtu
09:00 - 17:00
Minggu
09:00 - 17:00
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4.5
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TnTraveler1968
Bristol, TN79 kontribusi
Nice little museum but bad management
Apr 2021
Nice museum detailing the history of nuclear science. The museum seems a little biased towards the negative uses of radiation AKA warfare versus the positive (clean energy and medicine). I had a pleasant conversation with the older fellow assigned to answer questions about the exhibits - very informative and cheerful guy who made the experience more fun and educational.

The only downside to me. The manager of the museum has bought into the hysteria of Covid-19 and REQUIRES people to sign a contact tracing book. Despite the failures of contact tracing and lack of a state mandate, we wouldn't be allowed into the museum if I didn't sign. I found it very unnerving that management could make up their own rules in that fashion, and its also an invasion of privacy. This and their paltry gift shop were big drawbacks to what would've been an otherwise good experience.
Ditulis pada 27 April 2021
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Zarilla
New York City, NY188 kontribusi
A must visit
Apr 2021
A small museum that will give you a fascinating trip through the evolution not only of the military and civilian uses of nuclear power, but also the history of the people and places that were instrumental in its development. It would be a shame to be in the area and not go.
Ditulis pada 25 April 2021
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Butch E
Nashville, TN590 kontribusi
Very Interesting Nuclear History!
Apr 2021
We decided to stop here because we had some spare time and were pleasantly surprised. The museum does a really good job of presenting the history of nuclear science and of course how it lead up to the atomic bombs. Some great aircraft are located at the museum as well. Very nicely done. I would definitely recommend a visit.
Ditulis pada 11 April 2021
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Kukiline
Haifa, Israel363 kontribusi
Fascinating
Mar 2021
Fascinating experience: Interesting historical information, the development and use of nuclear science. Worth visiting!!
Ditulis pada 5 April 2021
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Amber A
13 kontribusi
Underrated gem!
Apr 2021
We enjoyed this museum way more than the museum of natural history. My husband is really enamored by this type of stuff and one of the staff members walked around the plane yard talking about the planes with him. If you have to pick between the two museums, you should pick this one.
Ditulis pada 4 April 2021
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Natalia B
Houston, TX27 kontribusi
Fascinating Visit with Kids
Mar 2021 • Keluarga
Very interesting museum that takes you through the history of nuclear science from an unexpected discovery of nuclear fission in 1938 to Manhattan Project, Japan bombing, Cold War and finally nuclear science in medicine and electricity generation. The outdoor exhibit of B-52 bombers and fighter jets is especially impressive.

Jim Walter, the Director of the Museum, was very kind to walk us through the Dark Cube exhibit (displaying a piece of enriched Uranium from a failed German WW2 nuclear project), explain the nuclear fission process to our kids and answer all of their questions including careers in nuclear physics.

Highly recommend!
Ditulis pada 17 Maret 2021
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307scm60
Casper, WY181 kontribusi
If you are a science geek, a must go to
Feb 2021 • Pasangan
Very interesting museum that showed the history of nuclear energy. Lots of interesting exhibits, videos and more. Great place to visit.
Ditulis pada 9 Februari 2021
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SeanCon
San Diego13 kontribusi
A new appreciation for the US and our scientists
Des 2020 • Pasangan
I’m not sure how anyone could give this museum less than 4 let alone 5 stars. My fiancée and I have been road tripping across the country for the past 4 months visiting various museums along the way. This museum blew us away no pun intended : ). I knew little or nothing about nuclear weapons, history of WW 1&2, The Manhattan project and I came out in awe. There were 300k US citizens working for the Manhattan project over 4 years and it was so secret Congressmen and women didn’t even know. Also, how the Manhattan project very well might have saved the US and world from this type of weapon getting into the hands of Nazis or Japan first. I spent 2.5 hours there but wish I would have budgeted 4 hours. Also the director and people that work in the museum are so nice and have a wealth of info they are willing to share...just ask! Worth it, wish this museum was in my city.
Ditulis pada 22 Desember 2020
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SnowyShasta
Portland, OR1.450 kontribusi
Very interesting tour through nuclear science
Okt 2020
We had time before we had to get to the airport, so we spent about 90 minutes visiting this museum. We wouldn't have minded another 30 minutes or more, but we felt like we definitely got a good overview of this interesting museum.

It covers the entire history and development of nuclear power and weapons in the US. We especially found the section related to the nuclear bombs dropped on Japan enlightening and respectful. There is an entire outdoor courtyard with airplanes and even part of a submarine that were worth seeing (although it was fairly warm out there even in October).

The gift shop was also a fun visit, they had many related items that we enjoyed browsing through and purchased a couple gifts. Overall this was an interesting museum that we were happy to have the chance to see. We were able to get free admission based on a reciprocal agreement with our local science museum membership, so that might be worth looking up if you have a similar membership.
Ditulis pada 11 Desember 2020
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AK FlyFish Girl
Seward, AK113 kontribusi
BIG Slice of History!
Nov 2020
Wonderful displays of interest for families of all ages. I didn't think it would be something for me, but was amazed at the informational and well designed displays. Clever and talented people at work! LOVED the look back to the first MRI machine. Very clean and safe visit for travelers to the area wanting to do something different. HIGHLY recommend, it was a recommended to us by my son who wants to return on his next visit to the area.
Ditulis pada 15 November 2020
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