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Cooperstown, North Dakota: Ronald Reagan Peace Through Strength Missile Silo Historic Site

One-hour guided tour of a Cold War nuclear launch site and missile silo.

Hwy. 45, Cooperstown, ND
Around 3.5 miles north of Cooperstown on Hwy 45, on the west side. Surrounded by open fields, so it's easy to spot. November 33 site is two miles east of Cooperstown on Highway 200.
April-Oct M-Sa 10-6, Su 1-5; Nov.-March by appt only. (Call to verify) Local health policies may affect hours and access.
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Tours are offered every half hour (on the hour and half hour). Final tour begins at 5 p.m. Maximum tour size is 15 guests (larger groups will be divided and may have to wait). Tours last one hour and are fully guided.

[Samantha Barnhart, 06/01/2022]
Ronald Reagan Peace Through Strength Missile Silo Historic Site

Still giving tours, and a very cool piece of history preserved. Tour guides are very knowledgeable and familiar with the history of the site. I highly recommend the trip as it was very informative for everyone in our family!

[Jeff Everman, 11/17/2018]
Ronald Reagan Peace Through Strength Missile Silo Historic Site

Worth the trip to receive a good history lesson on the Cold War era. Tours are $10 adults , $3 for children. Tour lasts about one hour and are very informative. When is the last time you visited a nuclear missile site?

[Carey Sparks, 09/05/2011]
Ronald Reagan Peace Through Strength Missile Silo Historic Site

Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile Sight (OSCAR ZERO) - Tour the above-ground Launch Support Buildings and the underground launch control roomm where the 2-man crew was in control for monitoring, launching, and retargeting 10 Nuclear Missiles ( Guides at this sight only)

November 33 is a launch facility that housed a missile these are unmanned facility that was controlled from Oscar Zero.

[Bill Allen, 09/15/2009]
Nuke Site Saved By Ghost Of Reagan

For years the Historical Society of North Dakota has fought to preserve that state's last Minuteman missile launch complex, hoping to open it as a Cold War tourist attraction. In February 2007, their hopes were crushed....

[06/02/2007] Complete News Story

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