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The Bradbury Science Museum is a science museum in Los Alamos, New Mexico. It is the chief facility of the Los Alamos National laboratory.

Founded in 1963, the Bradbury Science Museum is also known as the Norris E. Bradbury Science Museum. It was named after the laboratory?s second director who took office from 1945 to 1970, Norris E. Bradbury. As the laboratory conducts several secret experiments and research, the museum is the best place to get a better grasp and idea what the place is really all about.

Some of the most popular displays at the Bradbury Science Museum are the artifacts and documents related to the World War II Manhattan Project. There are also full size models of the Far Man and Little Boy atomic bombs on the site.
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