We were unsure of exactly what to expect from this museum. The web site doesn't do it justice and the lobby/entrance doesn't instill any confidence that you have made a good choice in places to spend your time and money. Once inside the exhibit space that all changes. The first floor contains a very large collection of U.S. western history items along with a very large collection of Remington sculptures, weapons and other items. The it moves on to include item from Napoleon and his descendants. The second floor starts with a large collection of Asian items with some going back to 600BC. The 2nd portion covers WWI and WWII with a very large collection of weapons from the US, Germany, Japan, Italy and Russia. There are also a number of personal items from the likes of Mussolini, Hitler and Himmler. Spy equipment was also prevalent. In all a nice surprise and well worth a visit. Highly recommended!
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