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.
Minuteman Missile NHS currently has over 4500 artifacts in the collection. The majority of these artifacts were the furnishings and other miscellaneous items that were transferred from the U. S. Air Force with the buildings. These items range from the couches in the day room to the water testing equipment used to monitor the well water. The proper management and storage of these artifacts is an essential part of our cultural resources program. You will have the opportunity to see many of these items as you tour our site.
Our collection is constantly growing. As former Air Force personnel, civilian contractors and other employees find out about the site, they have either saved these items for an eventual donation to the museum or kept them as souvenirs of their service. While we are accepting items into the collection, we ask that you download this form and fill it out. You may either e-mail it back or print it out and mail it back for consideration of your items. We would like to make sure that these items fit into our scope of collections.
Did You Know?
The START Treaty signed in September 1991, directly led to the deactivation of 150 Minuteman Missiles of the 44th Missile Wing in western South Dakota.