We'll start with a "topside" tour of the site including where the missile was and notable landmarks such as fueling pads, antenna silos, escape shaft and access portal. Then we'll descend down 35 feet (10m) of stairs to the first entrance door. This is where we will encounter the first of 4, 6000 lb (2700 kg) blast doors. You'll get to try to open and close these doors all on your own! We bet you can do it! We'll then go to the long cableway (tunnel) and see where the airman would travel to go to the missile. This tunnel is about 120 feet (35m) long and 10 feet (3m) in diameter. The missile silo is not yet opened so we can't explore that yet! However, from here we move to the Launch Control Center (LCC). The LCC is a 3 story facility with over 3000 sq. ft (280 sq. m) of space to explore! The entire three floors are all underground going down to about 50 feet (15m) underground. The three floors all hang from the ceiling on springs! This was in place to help the facility survive a nuclear attack. Now it's just fun because we can actually get the floors moving (if we really try!) After exploring all three floors and what they have to offer, we'll explore the original escape system that would have been used in case of an emergency. It's one of our guest's favorite experiences!
Hello! My name is GT Hill and I've owned a Titan II Nuclear Missile Base for about 10 years. I have since become a local historian on the Titan II and have hosted a number of former USAF members . I was the keynote speaker for the 308th Strategic Missile Wing's reunion commemorating 30 years since the last Titan II was decommissioned.
You'll be on an original US Air Force Titan II Nuclear Missile Base! We'll visit topside as well as 50 feet underground. It's like nothing else in the world!
最多10人參加，年齡須滿2歲。 Be able to go up and down about 35 feet of stairs.
There are a number of stairs to get in and out of the facility (about 50 steps). Unfortunately, this historic site is not handicap accessible. Some people are worried about being claustrophobic but so far we haven't had anyone with that feedback. It's quite large inside!
Renovated Titan II Missile Complex Tour