The Clinton Engineer Works, which became the Oak Ridge Reservation, was the administrative and military headquarters for the Manhattan Project and home to more than 75,000 people who built and operated the city and industrial complex in the hills of East Tennessee.
The Oak Ridge Reservation included three parallel industrial processes for uranium enrichment and experimental plutonium production.
The Oak Ridge site includes
Tour InformationOak Ridge Reservation bus tour is included in the price of admission to the American Museum of Science and Energy, and includes a 3-hour tour of:
The tour runs March through November. Dates and times vary from week to week. Please contact the American Museum of Science & Energy for the latest information.
Please note: Participants must be United States citizens.
A virtual tour of the K-25 Building can be found at the new K-25 virtual Museum website.
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Last updated: January 25, 2018