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Reviewed yesterday

Bob Hope exhibit was awesome. Boeing Center exhibits keep getting better - go to the 3rd and 4th level to see the planes up-close. Listen to the vets give their 1st person accounts.

Thank JimmyR81
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The National WWll Museum was incredible. The road to Berlin and Road to Toyno was breathtaking and is something all Americans need to see especially our younger crowd so they can understand what the men and women of our Nation did to maintain democracy in our world

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Reviewed yesterday

We truly enjoyed our time at the WW11 Museum there is an endless amount to see and experience!! You will need atleast 6hrs to view and interact with the many timeline settings as you walk through history!! Do not miss the chance to visit and allow yourself lots of time to see and feel what the war was like!!!!

Thank MarkMac69
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Reviewed yesterday

This place is so well done - a lot of videos, along with the real stuff. We spent over six hours here, and could have spent a lot more time.

Thank Ken K
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Reviewed yesterday

It takes more than a day to take in all that this museum has to offer. Incredible experience. My recommendation is to take in the museum and then go to American Resource restaurant that is also on Magazine in the Warehouse District. The food and drinks are superb at the restaurant and is a great decompression to the visuals at the Museum.

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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I wish everyone in the world would visit this museum. Humbling. Words can't describe the experience.

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Reviewed yesterday

What an incredible display of history. The museum is HUGE and covers multiple buildings. Each exhibit was full of information and no details withheld. In addition to the history, I particularly appreciated the artistry of how each artifact and exhibit was displayed. Add this one to your "must see" list.

Thank BroderickSantiago
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Don’t miss! Even if you aren’t a history buff, this museum is for you. The exhibits are wonderful and modern, lots for everyone, but we did go on a day with rain and it was BUSY! There’s lots of interactive stuff, with a plastic “dog tag” that you can bring to various points around the museum and learn about your individual soldier that was assigned to your card. It’s fascinating.

By the 7$ movie ticket as well, and go to the Tom Hanks narrated show. Well worth it!

Thank TravellingtoParis
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Reviewed yesterday

We set aside 3 hours to spend in the museum and it was not nearly enough. There is so much to see and read. It is nice that there are several videos as well so if you just want to watch some it is an option. The air conditioning was a little chilly and I wish I would have had a sweatshirt with me. There was lots of paid parking spots around the building so that wasn't a concern if you drive.

Thank FamilyOrganizer523
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Reviewed yesterday

The people who have created and keep improving this museum have done an excellent job preserving and presenting the history of WWII.

Recommend visiting this museum if you’re in New Orleans. There’s a lot of history here.

Thank Dreamer43702481101
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