We went to visit this beautiful museum with two families, 5 kids ages 4 to 11. The kids enjoyed it as did the adults, but one family has a dad currently serving in the Corps and another who served in the past.
The history was great and the museum is a lot more professional and high tech than I thought it would be. It has many things for kids as well. There are a variety of costumes and prop boards for kids to look like marines throughout history, vidoes, pictures, replicas, etc. We spent about 90 minutes. I think for kids this is enough.
Don't miss the shop which has great clothes, toys and all sorts of stuff.
We did not go to the tavern or cafeteria, but would do this next time.
We went on a rainy Sunday and the place was pretty empty. Parking was easy and both parking and admission were free.
If you have someone a brick was dedicated to you can look it up in the gift shop and print out a form telling you where to find the brick.
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