While the atomic bomb brought the war to a close, the after-effects of the bomb were felt for years in Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Visitors in this exhibit will view the cities before, during and after the bombs were dropped. The exhibit will feature a unique photographic collection of still and motion picture images that were taken soon after the bombing. The exhibit also features images that portray the people affected, as well as the cities today and the commitment to peace and conflict resolution that came after the war.
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History will host "Science is Everywhere" Spring Day Camp 2019 for children in grades Pre-K through 7th. Experience the wonders of science in one-day sessions, March 11 - 15, 2019. Sessions include "Got Game?", "Survival Corps", "Grossology", "Robots are Everywhere" and many more!Learn More
The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History is pleased to offer a single-day themed camp for Presidents Day on Monday, February 18. This camp is geared to campers in grades 1-3 and grades 4-7, and campers will deconstruct and reuse everyday objects to make new creations in "Things Come Apart."Learn More
The Einstein Gala is New Mexico’s biggest science party of the year! This prestigious black-tie event is the Museum’s most important fundraising event and features an amazing silent auction, a delicious dinner experience among some of the most brilliant minds in science and history, and thrilling entertainment featuring science experiments that will knock your socks off! Mark your calendars to join us on March 23 at Sandia Resort and Casino!Learn More