B Reactor and Hanford Tours

B REACTOR MUSEUM ASSOCIATIONWith the creation of the Manhattan Project National Historical Park in November 2015, and in partnership with the National Park Service, the Department of Energy has expanded public access to B Reactor. The B Reactor tour season runs from mid-April through mid-November with tours offered Monday through Saturday.

All tours leave from the Manhattan Project National Historical Park’s Interim Visitor Contact Station (B Reactor tour headquarters), located at 2000 Logston Blvd, Richland WA. The tour lasts about 4 hours, including travel to and from the B Reactor, and begins with a short video and introduction at the visitor station. Guests have about 2 hours at the B Reactor. There are restrooms at the Interim Visitor Contact Station, at the B Reactor, and on the bus.

Call (509) 376-1647 to register or inquire about tours for schools or private groups.

Click here for information and online tour registration.

PLEASE NOTE: Guests under the age of 18 must tour with a parent/guardian or an adult designated by the parent/guardian. Each guest under the age of 18 must also bring a signed release form, which identifies potential hazards associated with the industrial environment at B Reactor and outlines the responsibilities of the parent, guardian, or accompanying adult. There is no exception to this rule.

Please call (509) 376-1647 if you have any questions or concerns.

Inside B Reactor

B Reactor Museum Association
B Reactor Museum Association
B Reactor Museum Association
B Reactor Museum Association
B Reactor Museum Association
B Reactor Museum Association
B Reactor Museum Association
B Reactor Museum Association
B Reactor Museum Association

 

Cameras, Cell Phones and other recording devices are allowed at the B Reactor. Non-alcoholic beverages and/or snacks are allowed on the bus, however, only water is allowed inside the building.

Other Hanford tours

There are also pre-Manhattan Project historical site tours and Hanford Site cleanup tours.

The Hanford Site cleanup tours are restricted to United States citizens 18 years or older. Cameras, cell phones and other recording devices are NOT allowed on the cleanup tours.