Hanford: Legacies

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Many places in the Tri-Cities region act as a double-sided mirror, reflecting life both during and after the Manhattan Project. The Richland Players Theater is a good example of this. The building started as a movie theater for Richland, one of the Project’s secret communities. Today, the building houses a community theater group that hails back to the Manhattan Project. The list below highlights sites in the Tri-Cities region, like the theater, that explore how the Manhattan Project shaped life well after 1945.

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    Last updated: December 7, 2021

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    Manhattan Project National Historical Park
    c/o NPS Intermountain Regional Office
    P.O. Box 25287

    Denver , CO 80225-0287


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