Explore the Laboratory
Main Site Tours
Since starting tours at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, we have welcomed hundreds of thousands of people to learn about our recent scientific discoveries, the achievements of our scientists and engineers and the impact of breakthrough Livermore technologies.
However, nothing is more important than the health and safety of our employees and visitors. For that reason, in-person tours were paused at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, and remain on hiatus as we evaluate and update our tour program. More information will be provided here when the program restarts. Thank you for your understanding.
Take a Virtual Tour of the Lab
Livermore Site and Site 300 Superfund Tours
Lawrence Livermore’s Environmental Restoration Department hosts Superfund tours for the general public at the Livermore Site and Site 300. These annual tours provide a close-up look at the ongoing effort to remedy legacy soil and groundwater contamination at each site dating as far back as the 1940s when the Laboratory’s Livermore Site served as a U.S. naval air station. As with the Main Site community tours, the Superfund tours are on hiatus. Information will be provided here and in other media when they resume.
Contact Scott Wilson with the Office of Government and External Affairs at (925) 423-3125 with any questions.
Tour the Lab Online
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory invites high school teachers to bring their class for a virtual tour of the National Ignition Facility (NIF) or the National Atmospheric Release Advisory Center (NARAC).
Students of all ages can benefit from our Scientist in the Classroom program, which connects LLNL scientists and engineers with students in their virtual classroom.
Learn More about Our Online Programs
Have more Questions?
A public information officer is always available to respond to questions from news media. Journalists may call (925) 422-4599 at any time for help in reaching a public information officer.