This museum, built around the boyhood home of Admiral Chester Nimitz in the German-settled town of Fredericksburg, is a surprising find in Central Texas. It's no Smithsonian, but it's clearly worth the price and worth the visit. Spread widely over several acres (due to the availability of building space?), it features a competent collection of WWII Pacific-War memorabilia. And, on weekends there are reenactments at one of the facilities. Great for kids; good for adults who respect what the museum represents. In short, this is a "must see" if one is in the area.