The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History has achieved accreditation from the American Alliance of Museums (AAM), the highest national recognition for a museum. Read More »
Come and enjoy the special exhibit Roll, Drop, Bounce; an active learning laboratory that provides ball-tossing, wheel-spinning fun for all ages! Read More »
Join the Museum on February 8, 2014, and experience an in-depth tour of one of the world's premier astronomical radio observatories. Read More »
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“Operation Preservation: The Campaign to Restore the Planes” is your chance to play an important role in the restoration of the Museum’s iconic aircraft. Because these important artifacts “live” in Heritage Park, they are subject to the ravages of the southwestern weather – and they are showing it. All four current airplanes (the B-29 Superfortress, B-52B Stratofortress, F-105D Thunderchief, and A-7 Corsair II) are in need of paint and other attention.
You can play a crucial part in preserving history at the National Museum of Nuclear Science & History by giving today. Your support of the restoration of some of our most important artifacts will mean that Museum can continue to display these iconic items as they should be, properly painted and cared for. Well-preserved aircraft on display would mean many more people will be able to appreciate the contributions of these important aircraft and remember the splendor of their service.
Not only must the Museum raise a lot of financial support (our goal is $200,000 in only two years), we must also raise some human resources! Because the planes need a lot of “hands-on” attention, we are hoping to raise a contingent of volunteers who will be assigned the actual refurbishment duties. Another way volunteers can help is to take our campaign to the community. To that end, we will establish a Speaker’s Bureau. To volunteer in any capacity, contact our Volunteer Coordinator at 505-245-2137, extension 122.
To give to Operation Preservation, read our brochure here.
In honor of the 150th Fighter Wing (TACOS)
As a special initiative within "Operation Preservation," the Museum is undertaking a significant project to raise funding to recondition the exterieor display surfaces of the F-16 Fighting Falcon, so that it will display the TACOS tail insignia. This is in celebration and acknowledgment of the TACOS' monumental contribution to the United States, New Mexico and the New Mexico Air National Guard.
If you wish to make a contribution for this project, please designate with a notation of "F-16 TACOS Project."
In addition to our annual events, we will be presenting special exhibitions throughout the year! Don't miss out on all the fun!
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