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great stop

You are either going to either really love this site for the historical significance or find it... read more

Reviewed 16 April 2018
TheTravelPirate
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Rochester, New York
Powerful to see in person

This is quite remote--and Tinian is fascinating. The posters tell the stories of the bombs that... read more

Reviewed 7 March 2018
Sakadah
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Guam, Mariana Islands
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Reviewed 16 April 2018

You are either going to either really love this site for the historical significance or find it underwhelming. Personally I enjoyed it very much. Not a person was on the former airfield or at the pits when I visited so I had it all alone....More

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Reviewed 7 March 2018

This is quite remote--and Tinian is fascinating. The posters tell the stories of the bombs that were loaded into the Enola Gay, the bomber that dropped the nuclear bomb on Hiroshima. The lift that raised this deadly payload, oddly enough, was ordered straight from Detroit,...More

Thank Sakadah
Reviewed 30 January 2018

The two bomb pits are where the most momentous actions in military history began, the use of atomic weapons as agents of war. As you approach on the taxiway you will see the pit for the Enola Gay to your left and the pit for...More

Thank Steven P
Reviewed 3 September 2017

My boyfriend has always wanted to go and see Tinian after hearing stories from his late father who was a B-29 pilot on the island and who's squadron was where the 1st atomic bomb flew out of. We were heading to Micronesia on a diving...More

2  Thank alyssas
Reviewed 4 June 2017

The north field on Tinian is where an historic part of WWII began. This is where the Enola Gay was loaded with the atomic bomb that soon after loading was dropped on Hiroshima. Sadly, there isn't much left here except for runway able and the...More

2  Thank hpitler
Reviewed 1 June 2017

Getting the chance to see and learn about this major moment in human history made it worth while going to Tinian.

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Reviewed 4 January 2017

My father served in the USMC and saw action on Tinian in WWII with the 4th Marine Division. Trip of a lifetime.

Thank Mark S
Reviewed 13 November 2016

My brother was adamant that we would visit the Atom Bomb Loading Pits whilst on holiday in the Northern Mariana Islands. We discovered that they were located on the island of Tinian and therefore took the ten minute flight from Saipan, and then hired a...More

6  Thank quinni_224
Reviewed 2 November 2016

The bomb pits are a step back in time to show a part of our History, It is an amazing place to visit especially if you are into military history

Thank Jack P
Reviewed 29 September 2016

If you can make it out to Tinian for a day, you must come see this place. I was lucky to stay for 3 days here, and you can feel how it must have been at this place in WWII. The atomic bomb pits are...More

1  Thank Chris H
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hi Brandon - Did you receive my response to this? I wrote something up 2 weeks ago when you submitted but I'm not seeing it here. Maybe I forgot to save it. Let me know if not and I will send more info!
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