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Formerly the Nimitz Museum, the complex is now the only museum in the Continental United States centered on World War II's Pacific campaign. Since 1968, the Museum has expanded to occupy a six-acre campus and gained a reputation as one of the...more
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This is a wonderful museum. There are options to spend a little time or a couple of days here. It is worth the two days! The ticket to get in is reasonable and is good for two days. A wonderful history of WWII in the...More
Wow! Just when you are least expecting it, a fantastic museum that covers the war in the Pacific. You can spend hours here, learning, experiencing and digesting the action in the Pacific. I never would have expected a museum of this quality - it is...More
I took a good friend from Seattle here. This time I joined the museum. I should have done it the first time. The museum is well-organized and well-maintained. Each of the videos are excellent. I highly recommend watching them all.
Travelled to Fredericksburg especially to see the Pacific War Museum. Was not disappointed. The tickets are good for 2 days so take your time. The PT boat exhibit was very impressive. My husband and I will definitely be back.
As Museums go this is a Ten. Plenty of History and Artifacts. I was only able to spend two hours here and I defiantly will be back. There is so much to see you won’t see it all in a few hours. The displays are...More
We had no idea this museum was in Fredericksburg - only an hour drive from Austin. My grandfather is a WWII vet who served in the Pacific, and the staff went above and beyond to help us honor him with a beautiful memorial in their...More