The REACH Museum, located in the heart of the Tri-Cities, Washington, is the central hub for telling the story of both the Manhattan Project and the Hanford Reach National Monument. This museum serves as an important resource for learning about the history of the Manhattan Project and its impact on the Tri-Cities and the surrounding area. Visitors to the REACH Museum can learn about the science behind the creation of the atomic bomb, the human stories of those who lived and worked at the Hanford Engineering Works during the Manhattan Project, and the lasting legacy of this event. The REACH Museum also tells the story of the Hanford Reach National Monument and its significance as a unique and important natural area. Through interactive exhibits, educational programs, and community events, the REACH Museum works to bring the story of the Manhattan Project and the Hanford Reach to life for visitors of all ages. By connecting the history of the Manhattan Project and the beauty of the Hanford Reach, the REACH Museum provides a complete picture of the important role that this area has played in shaping the world as we know it today.