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Peacekeeper Memorial

The Museum Artifact Center (MAC)

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History plans to build a new preservation facility next to the present museum to be called the Museum Artifact Center (MAC). While the museum owns its own facility and operates as a non-profit, it fulfills a charter established under public law by congressional designation. The museum is a Smithsonian Affiliated museum and is accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.

Peacekeeper Memorial

The Peacekeeper Memorial is your opportunity to memorialize a loved one who served in our nation’s defense working at the national labs, Department of Energy, or military. Your gift of $500 or $1,000 towards this memorial will go to support the construction and building of the Museum Artifact Center. Your contribution provides a stainless steel plate with your name or the name of a loved one to appear on a beautiful exterior display in Heritage Park, the nine-acre display grounds with missiles, aircraft, and other unique historical artifacts.

These metal memorial plates will be placed on specially designed stands adjacent to a flag pole with the United States Flag. This humble platform will stand in the middle of Heritage Park in front of the many Cold War Artifacts that sit outside to commemorate those who served as scientists, engineers, technicians, security, and other critical postings during the cold war.

Purchase Your Stainless Steel Plate

If you are interested in supporting the museum through the Peacekeeper Memorial, please contact Leslie Fraser, Director of Development, at (505) 245-2137, extension 110, or at lfraser@nuclearmuseum.org.