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Loved our visit

Mr Webb has layed this museum out to follow very easily. Has wonderful tales about all. It is so... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
TSmith62014
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Vero Beach, Florida
Surprising museum

Filled with personal memorabilia. Enjoyed every minute. Owner was there and gave insight into the... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Jae03
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Richmond, Virginia
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Reviewed July 24, 2019 via mobile

Outstanding collection! We had the pleasure of touring this great museum which emphasizes the humanity of all involved in military conflict. The depth of knowledge and enthusiasm of Mr. Webb and staff exceeded all expectations.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 20, 2019 via mobile

My sister and I toured the museum yesterday. I’m sooooo glad we made the walk over to see it. We got lucky and Gary happened to be there and he is the best!! Has great stories, we could have talked to him all day. It’s a small collection but it’s all his and displayed with such care and everything has a story. You can point to anything in there and he can tell you where it came from, how he got it, what it was for and the history. It was a lot of fun and one of the best time I’ve had in a museum. It’s a must see!! We only had a day in town and so glad we made a stop here

Date of experience: July 2019
1  Thank liquidskiy
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Reviewed July 14, 2019

We toured this museum, it’s pretty small and it is the personal collection ( or half a personal collection , no room yet for the rest) but the display is well laid out , educational, well labeled and has a lot of hands on stuff that the owner encourages you to touch. There are some fascinating old newspaper articles ( sheathed in plastic) but you can read the old war articles, including one where former president Hoover warns against our involvement in WW II because he said it was obvious England would win & make us into a dictatorship. There are personal books and albums from soldiers that you can sit & peruse with their war photos and labels , letters home, poetry, and an invitation to the King Neptune ceremony ( equator crossing) . The owner is often there and is a wealth of information and stories ( if you have the time ). Well worth the stop and the price of admission. I have posted some of the pictures I took to give you a taste. If you are a military history fan you will enjoy this.

Date of experience: July 2019
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Reviewed July 13, 2019

An absolutely incredible museum!

It is my understanding that the owner Mr. Webb is often at the museum, but I consider us lucky to be taking a tour when he showed up.

He essentially gave us a guided tour and his passion and stories were the highlight of our trip to Savannah.

Don’t leave without hearing his bottle cap Mig story.

It was an extremely reasonable $10 to enter per person but as he was leading us around and discussing the stories behind the various items he’s collected I think he should explore personal tours. It would be worth $50 to listen to 30-45 minutes with a private walk around the premises.

Date of experience: July 2019
1  Thank AdamCle3890
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Reviewed July 13, 2019

We really enjoyed our visit to this museum. The men in our group had served in Army and Marines. Gary, the owner was on sight and could tell you about anything on display. You are allowed to touch some of the items, including looking through WWII soldiers personal photo albums/diaries which were very interesting.

Date of experience: July 2019
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