This museum, dedicated to the Pacific Theater in WWII, is located here because Chester Nimitz, CINCPAC during that war, was born here. Originally just the Mimitz Museum and located in the building which his grandfather operated as an elegant hotel during the late 19th and early 20th centuries, it has expanded to a multi-site, multi-acre facilty with interactive displays and exhibits, as well as live re0enactments of WWII-style combat. You can get a taste of it in about 4 hours, but the full experience will take the better part of two days. No person interested in WWII should fail to visit, and kids from 7-8 up wil be entertained.
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