Have you ever seen a nuclear reactor? Ever wonder how electricity is generated from nuclear energy? Satisfy your curiosity by visiting the Experimental Breeder Reactor-I (EBR-I) Atomic Museum, located on Highway 20-26 between Idaho Falls and Arco. The facility, a National Historic Landmark where usable electricity was first generated from nuclear energy in 1951, is open to the public. You’ll see four nuclear reactors, including two aircraft nuclear propulsion prototypes, a reactor control room, remote handling devices for radioactive materials, and radiation detection equipment. Learn how electricity is produced from splitting atoms and see numerous explanatory displays and exhibits.
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Self-guided and guided tours available depending on the season.
Please call or visit the website to confirm hours of operation and fees.