Monday, May 12, 2008

A new place to call home

The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History Project

This project is a truly unique science, history education and preservation center for all to enjoy. The National Museum of Nuclear Science & History will be located at the corner of Eubank and Southern Boulevards in Albuquerque, New Mexico. This is a vibrant retail and technology park setting, less than 1 mile from I-40, yet near historic Rt. 66.

The Museum is a national center of nuclear science information and is dedicated to preserving and presenting information about topics critical to the public. The museum will be built on a 12-acre site and feature 14,000 square feet of exhibits to view and enjoy.

Outside of the facility will be the 9-acre Heritage Park that will feature aircraft, rockets, launch vehicles and even a part of a nuclear submarine. Visitors will enjoy up-close examination of these historic materials while following a wheel-chair accessible pathway featuring periodically placed benches and descriptive signage.

The new National Museum of Nuclear Science & History needs your support to assure all parts of the project are completed upon opening of the facility in spring of 2009.

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