Plan Your Visit

Hours & Location:

 

Monday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm

Sunday: 12pm – 5pm

Please allow a minimum of 2 – 4 hours to visit the museum

Closed:
Thanksgiving Day
Christmas Day
New Year’s Day

Youth under the age of 14 must be accompanied by adult

Bus Information:

Please visit the RTCSNV site for more information or Click Here directly for a Transit map.

 

Admission Price:

General Adult Admission ……$22
Youth (7-14) ……$16
Under age 7 ……Free
Family Pak (2 adults & up to 3 youth) ……$65

Discounted Prices w/ I.D

Seniors 62+ ……$18
Students …… $18
NV Residents ……$18
Active Military ……$18

Group Tours (10 or more people) ……$16
(Group tickets must be purchased all at one time)

– All Prices subject to change
– May not be combined with multiple discounts

 

Contact:

info@natm-nv.org

(702) 794-5151

 

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 two weeks in advance; all tours booked on a first-come, first-served basis.

Guided tours available Monday through Friday only.

$16 per person for adult groups; $6 per person for student field trip groups. Price includes admission to the permanent exhibit space only.

10-person minimum required.

Payments accepted on day of arrival at admissions.

*For more information on a group tour, please email jordan.mcgee@natm-nv.org or download our Group Tour Policy and Group Tour Request forms.

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

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

 

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.