This one will have a few images regarding the Minuteman Missile National Historical Site. There are actually three parts to this facility. There is the visitor's center with its displays at Exit 131 on I-90 east of Rapid City, SD. Then there is the Delta 09 site where one can actually see a Minuteman Missile in its silo. That site is at Exit 116 on I-90 and south of the interstate. (The cover over the silo is heavy duty glass of some kind.) The third part of the facility is the launch control center. (See the following posting to see where they "say" it is located and where the map "shows" it to be. Guided tours are available for the launch center. It does require making a reservation for the tour and paying a fee. No idea of what the fee is nor how much time one needs to give to be able to get a tour because we didn't have the time to set a reservation. This is the visitor's center, which is visible on the north side of I-90. Displays within the visitor's center. Graphic display of the number of nuclear weapons (missile or bomber carried) that the U.S. and Russia had. Graphic display of range of destruction of various sized weapons. Incidents of near launch of missiles.