The National Museum of the Pacific War offers complex and multi-dimensional perspectives. It has a wealth of information-- static displays, much multimedia, actual equipment (guns, airplanes, submarines, etc.), interactive maps, and personal stories-- and has assembled and organized all of this effectively. There are really five or six parts of this museum, and the admission fee is good for 48 hours. This is such an outstanding museum experience, someone could spend days here. We recommend it enthusiastically.
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