RICHLAND, WA- The Manhattan Project B Reactor Tour Headquarters says 10,000 people will tour the historical reactor this year.
The visitor center, located off SR 240 on Logston Boulevard in Richland, is where visitors catch the bus to the B Reactor. Photographs line the walls, illustrating the construction of the reactor and the lives of the 50,000 men and women who moved to Hanford at the outset of World War Two to work in the secret Manhattan project.
B Reactor tours continue through September. You can register online by clicking here.