Conveniently located off I-95 in Savannah, GA the Mighty Eighth Force Museum is well done and very educational. The displays take the visitor on a chronological tour of the 8th Air Force, starting with its founding shortly after the bombing of Pearl Harbor through the end of the war. For a relatively small facility there is quite a bit to see. The most noteworthy exhibit takes the visitor through the evolution of a bombing mission in movies and presentations given by very knowledgably airmen and volunteers of the era. An English pub just off the atrium and the atrium itself are available for private parties and events. The grounds of the museum serve as a memorial garden with hundreds of plaques and markers contributed by families and former members of the 8th Air Force. Also on the grounds is a replica of an English country church decorated with amazing stained glass windows depicting 8th Air Force scenes.