A hard place to get to, but once you're there, you can understand why the site was chosen. Being open for public access only twice a year, the first Sunday in April, and first Sunday in October, is a hinderance, but worth planning a visit around. Once you're there it is an "AWESOME" experience to stand where the first nuclear bomb was detonated, and see the site where Oppenheimer and the other scientists lived.
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