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Connected to the Museum Of The Pacific War, this tells the story of the Fredericksburg boy who grew to lead all U.S. Naval Forces in The pacific Theatre.
It is a living testament to courage, honour, duty, country.
This site tells the whole story about how WW II started and ended. There are so many stories, real models and behind the scenes stories. It took us good 7 hours to go through the entire exhibit. Good background on Admiral Nimitz. The grounds are...More
Admiral Nimitz State Historic Site is connected via court yard to the National Museum of the Pacific War so you pay one price to experience both of them. This is smaller but still very informative and enjoyable. Lady at the front desk was super helpful...More
If you like WWII history, this museum is for you. It takes a full day or more but your tickets are good for 48 hours. It’s one of the most comprehensive exhibits on the Pacific theater. Very well done!
The Canopus, a ship held its yearly reunion in San Antonio Texas this year and it just so happens to be our home town. We had a week long visit to local sites and also got to visit the Museum and for some reason we...More
Our kids have grown up since the 90s coming here
Back in the2000 s they minimized the code talker exhibit at the time Katy Jones wrote a wonderful book
& then they minuized the codetalker exhibit to one glad area
Today there this nothing !!!!!!...More
The Nimitz Museum is a complete history lesson with lots of props. It is huge; so please plan to spend several days there. It is too much to absorb in one afternoon. The tickets give access for several days. The reenactment is absolutely fantastic--extremely well-done....More
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There are three buildings and several garden and memorial areas in the complex. These help us remember our loved ones and their sacrifices, and also to find some peace through meditation and prayer. There is now a no pets... More
There are three buildings and several garden and memorial areas in the complex. These help us remember our loved ones and their sacrifices, and also to find some peace through meditation and prayer. There is now a no pets policy in place for national cemeteries, except for service and military dogs, to help maintain an atmosphere respecting that. Regardless of policy, please remember that for some this is not only a place for understanding, but a place to grieve.