My wife and I planned a few days in the Savannah area on a trip to Florida. I was thrilled to find our hotel right next door to this museum. Immediately upon entering we were greeted by a volunteer who explained the background of the museum to us. Once we paid our (very nominal) admission to the museum we entered into a different world that immersed us into what was mostly world war II information and displays. To see an almost 100% restored B-29, The City of Savannah, inside the museum was phenomenal. My wife is not a fan of these types of museums but even she had a great time. We spent over 5 hours in this museum having arrived shortly before lunch time and honestly did not get to see everything before closing. If you have a relative that served in WWII they can hook you up with info on their service. Thanks Veterans!
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