An Invitation to Explore Area 51

Updated 37 weeks ago From Press Release
An Invitation to Explore Area 51

Area 51, the most secret place in America, is the subject explored in an original exhibitcreated by the National Atomic Testing Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada.  Area 51: Myth or Reality goes behind the scenes to tell the story of our nation's most advanced technology as well as present the stories about UFOs and aliens from Roswell to Area 51.  Experts and artifacts from both sides illustrate this often controversial and confusing tale.  More than an exhibit, Area 51: Myth or Reality is an experience.

 

Travel on the Extraterrestrial Highway and step inside our government's testing ground to see its most marvelous developments in aviation and reverse engineering.  Learn how the science and technology went from the drawing board to practical application and gave America discoveries still in use today.  Hear first hand accounts of those who worked at Area 51 on the Nation's Top Secret "black" projects including test pilots, scientists and engineers. 

 

Area 51: Myth or Reality is the only place you can see artifacts from both sides of the stories about this highly classified place.    Pieces of the UFO crashes in Roswell, NewMexico, and from the Russian Roswell incident are on display, as well as artifacts from airplanes that were tested at Area 51.  Original UFO photographs (pre- Photoshop dates), are also on display so that visitors can themselves determine what these unidentified flying objects might be.

 

From your first encounter with a "camo" dude who guards the exhibit to your last encounter with a Man in Black, Area 51: Myth or Reality will ask you, the visitor, to explore the history, the controversy, and the pop culture and come to your own conclusion:  what is real and what is not.

 

We are open Monday through Saturday, 10:00 am until 5:00 pm and from 12:00 pm until 5:00 pm on Sundays.  We are located at 755 E. Flamingo Road in Las Vegas, NV.                                         Come expecting to see the unexpected!
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