Welcome to Los Alamos, hidden in the beautiful Jemez Mountains of Northern New Mexico and previously known as the Secret City.
The Los Alamos History Museum campus includes multiple historic buildings and sites located along historic Bathtub Row. Start your visit in the Guest Cottage, the oldest continuously used building in Los Alamos. Located next to the Guest Cottage is historic Fuller Lodge, built during the Los Alamos Ranch School era. As you walk through the museum campus you will encounter a homestead cabin built in 1918 and an ancestral pueblo dwelling. Our Cold War gallery is located within one of the Bathtub Row original houses, the Bethe house, named for the Nobel laureate physicist Hans Bethe.
Become familiar with Los Alamos through our unique exhibits that showcase local history from AD 1200 through contemporary life. Experience a one-of-a-kind guided walking tour of the beautiful museum campus with one of our highly knowledgeable docents. Tours are offered at 11 a.m. daily.