This is run by the National Park Service and a very enthusiastic park ranger gave a great tour of the area. You get to see the set up as it was back in the 1950's along with radar equipment, computers and missiles. They actually raise the missile up from underground and demonstrate how it would have been launched. There was a veteran also present who gave insight on how it was during that period. There was a wide range of kids from about 7years old to teenagers who seemed to enjoy the tour (especially the missiles). It is open limited days and hours so check website for tour hours. While you can walk around without a tour, I don't think it would be very interesting. If you arrive after a tour has started, there is no problem just joining in. This is free but donations are welcome.
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