Atomic Testing Museum Coupons and Deals
Splitting an atom in half results in an astonishing burst of energy, the exact opposite effect of splitting an energy drink. Get pumped up with this Groupon. Choose from Four Options $14 for two adult general-admission tickets (up to a $28 value) $20 for two adult general-admission tickets plus admission to the Area 51 exhibit (up to a $40 value) $24 for four adult general-admission tickets (up to a $56 value) $34 for four adult general-admission tickets plus admission to the Area 51 exhibit (up to an $80 value) Explore the history and science of the Nevada test site in ...
The Fine Print
Present voucher upon arrival at the ticket box office. Not valid on major holidays. Not valid for admission to the Area 51 exhibit; admission to this exhibit is available on request at the ticket box office for an additional fee paid directly to the museum.Limit 1 voucher purchase per person; may buy additional vouchers as gifts.
The National Atomic Testing Museum became the only venue in Nevada to earn a prestigious national museum designation in January and is "well-executed" (Frommer's).For 14, reg. $28, get admission for two to the museum that "can't be missed" (Frommer's)Or, go with a group of 4 for $26See interactive and educational displays that track the technology and science of atomic bombs, radiation and their testing both in the atmosphere and underground One highlight is a motion simulator theater, allowing guests to experience a simulated atmospheric bomb blastTerms and ConditionsVoucher subject to forfeiture if purchase limit is exceeded. Not valid on major holidays. Tax, if applicable, is not included. This deal cannot be combined with any other offer. Must be used in 1 visit. Valid during merchant's operating hours.
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Learn about the impact the Nevada Test Site had on local, national, and international history through hands-on exhibits as well as video at the National Atomic Testing Museum: • $7 ($14 value) for museum admission and one vintage black-and-white postcard • Open Monday - Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from noon to 5 p.m. Why You Should Visit At this museum -- which is associated with the Smithsonian Institution -- permanent exhibits allow visitors to experience a simulated atmospheric blast, see how radiation is tracked, learn modern methods of surviving an atomic bomb, and more. Among the museum's collection of more than 12,000 artifacts are an I-beam section and fragment of sheet metal from the World Trade Center, and a piece of the Berlin Wall. Want more? Check out National Atomic Testing Museum on Facebook.