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Visiting NNSS Facilities
Currently, the Nevada National Security Site (NNSS) is welcoming only official visitors to its facilities. Official visitors are those who have been invited by an NNSS employee. It is the host's responsibility to coordinate any necessary badging or access permission, ensure visitors are aware of NNSS COVID protocols, and arrange to meet guests at a designated location.
If you plan to visit, there are several things to keep in mind. You must present valid photo identification as well as the name(s) of the person(s) you are visiting upon entering the facility. All persons and vehicles entering NNSS facilities are subject to search.
The North Las Vegas Facility is located at 232 Energy Way, North Las Vegas, NV 89030. Click here for directions.
The Site is located 65 miles northwest of Las Vegas, off the U.S. 95 Mercury exit. Click here for directions.
Directions to all other NNSS facilities will be provided by your host.
- Dangerous weapons
- Instruments or material likely to produce substantial injury to persons or damage to persons or property
- Open containers of alcoholic beverages
- Non-prescription controlled substances
- Any other items prohibited by law
ARTICLES PROHIBITED IN ALL BUILDINGS, IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE LISTED ITEMS, UNLESS OTHERWISE NOTED:
- Cellular telephones with photographic capability.
Important note: Privately-owned cell phones with photographic capability are allowed in uncleared portions of buildings, but visitors are prohibited from using the photographic, audio and video recording capabilities.
- Privately owned radio frequency transmitting equipment
- Privately owned photographic/optical equipment
For more detailed information, please download and review the Prohibited and Controlled Articles Policy.
Government-owned equipment may be taken into these areas but must be turned off, unless permission from the Safeguards and Security office has been granted.
For additional visit information, please refer to the Protocol Office page or the Monthly Community Public Tours page.
For information on visiting the Nuclear Testing Archive and Public Reading Facility, please refer to the Nuclear Testing Archive page.