Adjacent to the original K-25 building foundation in Oak Ridge, the K-25 History Center honors the amazing stories of the men and women who helped construct and operate the K-25 uranium enrichment complex that altered the global landscape during World War II and The Cold War.
The Center is a 7,500 square foot space offering visitors more than 250 original artifacts on display. Nearly 1,000 oral histories from former employees were recorded over a span of ten years to develop the numerous interactive galleries that showcase the historical impact and legacy of K-25.
652 Enrichment Street
Oak Ridge Tennessee