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The National WWII Museum is the top-rated tourist destination in New Orleans, TripAdvisor's #2 museum in the world and #2 in the U.S., and an unforgettable way to experience World War II—from industrial efforts on the home front to the combat...more
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This museum was an unexpected highlight of our New Orleans trip.
With a 6 and 9 year old in tow, during a rainy day, we spent almost a whole day here. And we didn’t even manage to do it all!
Interactive elements actually engaged the...More
This was an amazing museum with newsreels, short videos and lots of artifacts from WWII. There were even a couple of WWII vets greeting visitors. This was an easy tram ride and walk from Canal Street. The exhibits are divided into pre-war, Europe & Normandy,...More
I was very skeptical about going to this museum, which was included on my tour. However, i am so glad I went. I learned so much more about this war then I ever learned in school. There were so many angles that led up to...More
Wow - it's a lot to take in but just amazing. Very educational. We did not have time to see the entire museum so we will be back! Wear good shoes as it is a lot of walking and not too many places to sit....More
This museum is exceedingly well-done. The exhibits not only stage the scope and scale of the war but also bring it home with personal stories and artifacts. At the very least, plan to spend 2-4 hours here. We recommend getting second-day tickets and breaking it...More
Amazing artifacts, excellent exhibitions, film footage never seen before. You can pick up a 'dog tag' and scan it at various stations to hear a personal story of army personnel. We could have spent 2 days there and would have if there were multi day...More
As two people who spend a lot of time at historic sites across the country we were looking forward to seeing this museum during our visit. It’s expensive but I knew it was huge so I figured it was worth it.
The people working there...More
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Yes, it is a separate purchase. You can see their ticket options and costs online, not allowed to post links here, search for WWII New Orleans then goto Tickets and it will show you. I see Beyond All Boundaries as a $7.00... More
Yes, it is a separate purchase. You can see their ticket options and costs online, not allowed to post links here, search for WWII New Orleans then goto Tickets and it will show you. I see Beyond All Boundaries as a $7.00 add-on. We bought a package ticket with everything included when we got to the box office. I don't see the combo tickets available online though.