The museum has information and relics from every area of the Pacific campaign. There is so much information to take in, the 2 day tickets were a blessing!
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We missed this on our last visit several years ago, as it looks pretty unassuming from the Main Street entrance. This place is unbelievable and a must see...one caution: it will take about 6 hours, but the passes are good for 2 days so it...More
We visited the Museum primarily to find out information about General Nimitz not realizing there was so much more to see about the War in the Pacific very well set out and informative.
This museum is so well done. Your ticket is good for two days which is perfect for a weekend trip to Fredericksburg, TX. It's located in at the beginning of the historical area of Fredericksburg so all the restaurants, shops, bars are close by or...More
Thought we would drop in for an hour and spent three hours and still need to go back. Excellent displays and clear explanations of the events. Will give you a much deeper appreciation for that time in history and the people who participated
The museum is actually 3 different properties, the Nimitz House, the George Bush Gallery and the Pacific Theater. You get 48 hours of access with your ticket. It is well worth your time to visit this fantastic museum.
God know how many times I have been there. It is designed around an great American admiral Chester Nemets. It is amazing what a great officer he was. I read about him alot but this museam puts everyhing in front of your eyes. For any...More
We visited with our 9yr old and she enjoyed the hands on exhibits and living history of the place! This place rocks and we appreciated the easy to read signing in case you get lost! It's three museums in one so wear comfy shoes. No...More
We visited this museum several years ago and enjoyed the experience. They have added a new building and have painstakingly arranged the exhibits for a chronological flow of the events up to and after Dec. 7, 1941. The artifacts and the digital media bring history...More