Nuka-Town U.S.A. boasted several unique service attractions such as The Parlor Dinner Theater, Cappy's Cafe, the Nuka-Cade, the Fizztop Grille and the Bradberton Amphitheater as well as the bruise-inducing Cola-Cars ride.”— Fallout 4 loading screen hints
Background[edit | edit source]
The nucleus of the Nuka-World amusement park, Nuka-Town USA opened on May 1, 2050, alongside Kiddie Kingdom. Nuka-World's opening day saw tremendous success with over 40,000 tickets sold. Due to the overwhelming success, plans to expand Nuka-World were immediately set in motion. The locale hosted several attractions for families, including eateries like Cappy's Cafe, Fizztop Mountain and Grille and The Parlor, Bradberton Amphitheater for a variety of shows, and the Cola-Cars Arena and Nuka-Cade for more interactive entertainment. Nuka-Town was also the site of the personal office of Mr. John-Caleb Bradberton, the inventor of Nuka-Cola.
Nuka-Town became the center of activity in the valley after the Great War, housing its market and living quarters of the traders who chose it as their home. After 2286 and Colter's takeover, it's still the center of life, except with raiders at the top and the enslaved former denizens at the bottom.
Layout[edit | edit source]
Nuka-Town is straightforward in layout and can be divided into three distinct parts. The southern part contains the Nuka-Town market and the Cola-Cars Arena. The central area part contains Cappy's Cafe, The Parlor, Bradberton's office and the Nuka-Cade. The northern part contains the Fizztop Mountain and Fizztop Grille, the headquarters of the Overboss.
Notable loot[edit | edit source]
- A hidden Cappy for the quest Cappy in a Haystack can be found on a wall near the bathrooms in the northern section of the area; it is somewhat concealed by a bush.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
References[edit | edit source]
- Nuka-World loading screen hints: "Nuka-World opened its gates for the first time on May 1, 2050. It originally consisted of only two parks, Nuka-Town U.S.A. and Kiddie Kingdom."
- Nuka-Town USA grounds terminals; Information Terminal, History