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Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile Site, Cooperstown

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Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile Site is located in Cooperstown. To visit Ronald Reagan Minuteman Missile Site and other attractions in Cooperstown, use our Cooperstown tour planner.
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  • Made a detour of the Interstate to visit this site. Followed the on line directions -- it can easily be missed since it is off the beaten path. Oscar-Zero gives you a excellent idea of what it was/is ...  read more »
  • Made a 30 mile detour off I-94 while driving home to MN from west coast. Wasn't sure what to expect but missile site turned out to be the 2nd best highlight of the trip. (Glacier Nat'l Park was #1). S...  read more »
  • This is an EXCELLENT way to learn the history of ICBMs and the cold war. You start with a 20 minute video on cold war and nuclear bomb history. Then a tour guide takes you through the top side structu...  read more »
  • It was a neat little tour. You first watch a 20 minute film about missiles and then you go on the tour. The cool part was when you go underground. The blast doors are huge! You can hold the launch keys in your hand. Crazy. On your way out check out the missile silo two miles east of the facility. It isn't affiliated with this museum but they'll tell you about it. $10 fee for an adult.
  • Great tour! Intro video a touch long for the little ones (3 and 5) but only by about 4 minutes. Kids loved the tour and the guide was very informative. Nice to learn about this cold war history and the hard workers it took to make these sites happen .
  • AMAZING - everyone should visit here. We were with the tour guide for 2.5 hours, it was so awesome. She was so knowledgeable. It's in the middle of nowhere, but well worth the drive. Definitely visit here instead of the national park site that's off the interstate in SD. We walked right in and got on a tour - unlike in SD where you need to get there at the crack of dawn to get a ticket for later in the day.
  • Whole family truly enjoyed the tour. Very informed and friendly tour guide made this a very educational visit. The site is an amazing time capsule - just how the Air Force left it. Can't say enough about this incredible place! You should definitely make it a place to visit.
  • Absolutely amazing to see one of these sites pretty much left the way it was when in service. Tour lasts about 90 minutes.