Three communities, many places
The Manhattan Project National Historical Park has a visitor center in the three main communities of the Manhattan Project: Hanford, Washington; Los Alamos, New Mexico; and Oak Ridge, Tennessee. All three communities are designated as American World War II Heritage Cities to honor the contributions of these communities and their citizens who stepped into the workforce to support America's war effort during World War II.
Our park is not a traditional park where you drive through an entrance gate into the park. Instead, you drive into our communities where you can explore the park visitor centers, historic sites, museums, points of interest, and so much more. Our park works with community partners to provide a variety of places that collectively share the story of the Manhattan Project.
Park mobile app
Our mobile app serves as a gateway into our park and into each community. Take a self-guided tour or pick and choose your own adventures. Download the app today.
Manhattan Project NHP has three locations across the country including Hanford, Washington; Los Alamos, New Mexico; and Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
Last updated: November 16, 2023