The Bradbury Science Museum is now open after its 15-month hiatus. Located at 1350 Central Avenue in downtown Los Alamos, the museum is free to all ages.
Exhibits are refurbished, the facility has been deep cleaned, and its newest exhibit, Explosion Detectives, illustrates how Laboratory researchers help the United States stop the spread of nuclear weapons around the globe.
More exhibits teach parents, educators, and students about immunity, climate science, the Lab’s R&D 100 Award winners, genetics research and Lab history.
The museum is open just in time for Los Alamos ScienceFest, which runs through July11 and provides a week of free and low-cost family fun in downtown Los Alamos including science talks, demonstrations, live music and outdoor movies.
With the theme “Driven by Science”, this year’s participants and presentations are from Los Alamos National Laboratory, Bradbury Science Museum, Virgin Galactic, UbiQD Inc., Alan Alda Communicating Science Workshop, Los Alamos Nature Center Planetarium, Mesa Public Library, NASA and RoboRave International.
The event is organized by Los Alamos Mainstreet and supported by more than 30 regional partners in business, government and education. Learn more at LosAlamosScienceFest.com.
The Bradbury Science Museum has reopened. Admission is free and masks are required. Courtesy/LANL