Get Travalour for free on Google Play

20 Attractions to Explore Near National Atomic Testing Museum

National Atomic Testing Museum
National Atomic Testing Museum755 E Flamingo Rd, Las Vegas, NV 89119, USA

Documents the history of nuclear testing at the Nevada Test Site (NTS) in the desert north of Las Vegas. The museum covers the period from the first test at NTS on January 27, 1951, to the present. Among its exhibits covering American nuclear history is a "Ground Zero Theater" which simulates the experience of observing an atmospheric nuclear test.

Nearby Attractions

High Roller
High Roller1.91 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

550-foot tall (167.6 m), 520-foot (158.5 m) diameter giant Ferris wheel, one of the tallest in the world.

Pinball Hall of Fame
Pinball Hall of Fame2.10 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

Museum for pinball machines. It features pinball machines from all eras, including some very rare machines such as Williams' Black Gold, Bally's Pinball Circus, and Recreativos Franco's Impacto.

The Venetian
The Venetian2.14 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

Luxury hotel and casino resort located on the Las Vegas Strip, the hotel tower contains 36 stories and rises 475 feet (145 m). The Venetian resort complex is (together with the adjacent Sands Expo Convention Center, The Palazzo Hotel and Casino Resort and future MSG Sphere Las Vegas) the world's second-largest hotel, with 4,049 rooms, 3,068 suites.

Bellagio Hotel and Casino
Bellagio Hotel and Casino2.64 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

Bellagio is a resort, luxury hotel, and casino on the Las Vegas Strip. Inspired by the Lake Como town of Bellagio in Italy, Bellagio is famed for its elegance. One of its most notable features is an 8-acre (3.2 ha) lake between the building and the Strip, which houses the Fountains of Bellagio, a large dancing water fountain synchronized to music.

Adventuredome Theme Park
Adventuredome Theme Park3.13 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

5-acre (2.0 ha) indoor amusement park. Offers 25 rides and attractions including the Canyon Blaster roller coaster, rock climbing wall. Because the park is enclosed, it is not affected by cold, rainy, or windy weather, unlike most theme parks, and is open year-round.

Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay
Shark Reef Aquarium at Mandalay Bay3.79 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

Displays numerous different species of sharks, rays, fish, reptiles, and marine invertebrates. It also features a shark tunnel. Its main tank is 1,300,000 US gallons (4,900,000 l), one of the largest in North America. The facility is 95,000 sq ft (8,800 m2) in area.

Fremont Street Experience
Fremont Street Experience6.28 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

A pedestrian mall occupying the westernmost five blocks of Fremont Street, with a barrel vault canopy, 90 ft (27 m) high at the peak and four blocks, or approximately 1,375 ft (419 m), in length. Concerts, usually free, are also held in three stages under the canopy. Each show begins by turning off the lights on all of the buildings, including the casinos, under the canopy.

The Mob Museum
The Mob Museum6.52 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

the Mob Museum is dedicated to featuring the artifacts, stories, and history of organized crime in the United States, as well as the actions and initiatives by law enforcement to prevent such crimes.

The Neon Museum
The Neon Museum7.05 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

Features signs from old casinos and other businesses displayed outdoors on 2.62 acres.

Springs Preserve
Springs Preserve7.35 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

180 acres (73 ha) dedicated to nature walks and displays. The Preserve is built around the original water source for Las Vegas, the Las Vegas Springs. The Preserve shows people how to live in the desert environment and how to take advantage of what is available.

Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area
Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area25.30 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

It is about 15 miles (24 km) west of Las Vegas, and is easily seen from the Las Vegas Strip. More than two million people visit the area each year. The conservation area showcases a set of large red rock formations: a set of sandstone peaks and walls called the Keystone Thrust. The walls are up to 3,000 feet (910 m) high, making them a popular hiking and rock climbing destination. The highest point is La Madre Mountain, at 8,154 feet (2,485 m).

Hoover Dam
Hoover Dam38.41 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

A concrete arch-gravity dam in the Black Canyon of the Colorado River. Its construction was the result of a massive effort involving thousands of workers, and cost over one hundred lives. The dam's generators provide power for public and private utilities in Nevada, Arizona, and California. Hoover Dam is a major tourist attraction; nearly a million people tour the dam each year.

Liberty Bell Arch
Liberty Bell Arch41.09 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

Liberty Bell Arch is located in a very accessible region of the park. It is so named for it's resemblance to the famous Liberty Bell, at Independence National Historic Park in Pennsylvania. It even includes the "clapper", or the round part of the bell that causes it to ring.Over millions of years nature formed this geologic structure that is more commonly found in Arches National Monument.

Fortification Hill
Fortification Hill42.61 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

Fortification Hill is a prominence adjacent to Lake Mead in the Lake Mead National Recreation Area. The mountain prominence is plateau-like, or mesa-like with its highpoint at the southeast terminus, and sloping north and northwestwards toward Lake Mead. It is near a southern section of Lake Mead, and just northeast of Hoover Dam. It can easily be seen eastward across Las Vegas Bay or from the two northern mountain terminuses of Eldorado Mountains, or the Black Mountains.

Arizona Hot Spring Trailhead
Arizona Hot Spring Trailhead43.13 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

A beautiful trail located along the Colorado River just south of the Hoover Dam. Tucked away inside a colorful slot canyon, these hot springs offer a beautiful environment to enjoy a nice long soak.

Mount Charleston
Mount Charleston47.21 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

At 11,916 feet (3,632 m), it is the highest mountain in Clark County, and the eighth-highest mountain in Nevada. Well separated from higher peaks by large, low basins, Charleston Peak is the most topographically prominent peak in Nevada.

Emerald Cove
Emerald Cove48.42 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

Emerald Cove is a beautiful, secluded cove on the Colorado River, a few kilometers downstream from the Hoover Dam. This area is known for its clear greenish-blue waters. Emerald Cove gets its name from the beautiful green water that is created by the sun reflecting off the white silt that lines the bottom of the cove.

Mount Wilson
Mount Wilson49.89 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

Mount Wilson is a mountain in Mohave County, Arizona, U.S. At 5,456 feet, it is the second highest point of the Black Mountains after Mount Perkins. Mount Wilson Wilderness is a 23,900-acre protected wilderness area centered around the mountain, established in 1990 under the Arizona Desert Wilderness Act and managed by the Bureau of Land Management. This desert wilderness includes eight miles of the Wilson Ridge and is surrounded by the Lake Mead National Recreation Area.

Black Canyon
Black Canyon52.13 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

The Black Canyon of the Colorado is the canyon on the Colorado River where Hoover Dam was built. The canyon is located on the Colorado River at the state line between Nevada and Arizona. The western wall of the gorge is in the El Dorado Mountains, and the eastern wall is in the Black Mountains of Arizona. The canyon formed about 15 million years ago during the Miocene Basin and Range uplift. Black Canyon gets its name from the black volcanic rocks that are found throughout the area.

Willow Beach
Willow Beach52.93 KMs away from National Atomic Testing Museum

Willow Beach is located on the Arizona side of the Colorado River between Lake Mead and Lake Mohave. Both Lake Mead and Lake Mohave are part of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area administered by the U.S. National Park Service.Willow Beach was a trade major center for Mojave and Virgin Ancestral Pueblo people along the routes between Coastal California and the American Southwest between 500 and 1200 CE