I-90 Exit 131 (Visitor Contact Station) is open in both directions. Exit 127 (Launch Control Facility) is closed to eastbound traffic, but open to westbound traffic. Pick up all tour tickets at exit 131. Allow extra time to travel to Delta-01 for tours.
Distance Learning Opportunities
Long Distance Learning:
Here at Minuteman Missile National Historic Site, we work hard to accommodate all visitors. Now, with Long Distance Learning technology, we offer educational programs to schools from all over.
Through an Internet connection, students can participate in a "virtual" ranger-guided program, projected live from the underground Launch Control Center, Delta-01.
Due to staffing and the onset of our busy summer visitation, Long Distance Learning programs can be scheduled between September 2012 and May 1st 2013. For more information and details, please contact Park Ranger Butch Davis. The park phone number is (605) 433-5552.
To download the reservation form please click here.
For more information on the various Long Distance Learning programs available through the National Park Service please click here.
Did You Know?
Minuteman Missiles were considered technological wonders because they were the United States first solid fuelled intercontinental ballistic missiles (ICBMs) which allowed for: a) hair-trigger launch response b) precise accuracy c) remotely controlled and d) could be mass produced.