As museums go it is limited in size and exhibits, but, educational and enriching non the less. Admiral Nimitz was a true hero of the 2 world war and an inspiring patriot.
About National Museum of the Pacific War
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A small Texas town would have, possibly the best WW II museum in the world? As a disabled visitor from overseas everything was provided, including a motorized wheelchair. As for the museum itself, it was magnificent. The various rooms flowed seamlessly into each other and...More
Everyone - Everyone! - needs to take a tour of this museum. This shows what price has been paid for our freedom. Of course I have studied and heard many stories about WWII but this brings it to life. All the battles are detailed and...More
a must visit place for the world war two buff, this is the pacific theatre and is very presented, very thorough in detail so you could spend a day or two there to see it all ,one concern is the lack of seating as you...More
The museum consists of three main attractions. The Nimitz Hotel, the Bush Museum and the outdoor display. Nimitz display is dedicated to the Admiral who commanded the Pacific Fleet in WWII, Worth a quick visit, not well lighted so hard to read some exhibits. The...More
I was pleasantly surprised by the offerings of the museum. It is larger than you think and has plenty of cool exhibits. You can easily spend 3-4 hours there. It is DEFINITELY worth it.
Prepare to be astonished as you are brought back into an experience oriented presentation of history of American involvement in the Pacific war.
I thank the person that suggested this place. It's the only museum specifically dedicated to the pacific part of the war. I thought another ww2 museum. What else can I learn? Well, a lot more than I thought. Excellent point of view.