Hanford: Places to Go

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Visitor Centers

Start with the Manhattan Project Visitor Center and the Visit Tri-Cities Visitor Center.

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Guided Tours Only

Explore buildings on the US Department of Energy’s Hanford Site that existed before and during the Manhattan Project.

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Visit museums throughout the Tri-Cities that help share the Manhattan Project story.

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Community Sites

Discover the many places of Hanford and the Tri-Cities that were part of the Manhattan Project and its communities.

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Pre-Manhattan Project Sites

Discover the places that existed long before the development of the Hanford Site.

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Overlooks & Quick Stops

Enjoy panoramic views of the Tri-Cities region and catch quick glimpses of the past.

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View All Places

See a full list of places in the Tri-Cities region related to the Manhattan Project.

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Places by Theme

Explore places through the themes that weave them together such as secret cities and untold stories.

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View a map of Manhattan Project sites within the Tri-Cities region.


Last updated: June 21, 2024

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Contact Info

Mailing Address:

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

Denver, CO 80225-0287


Hanford: 509.376.1647
Los Alamos: 505.661.6277
Oak Ridge: 865.482.1942

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