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Reviewed 6 April 2018

I enjoyed this museum. It is very well done but a bit confusing as to where to start and how to progress from one exhibit building to the next. Part f that may be the ongoing construction. We started at the Boeing Building then ventured over to the other buildings and then followed the crowd into building with the Road to Berlin on one floor and the Pacific War on the second floor, we should have done the other building first I think. We never found the area for the STEM advancements that America made during the wars. Next time.

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Reviewed 6 April 2018

Plan to spend a day (or if you're a history buff, two). Museum is world class quality with excellent exhibits, very walkable and lots of viewing opportunities. Don't miss the 4D movie. You can skip the train ride in the beginning if there's a long line.

Thank RoBertie
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Reviewed 6 April 2018

Very surprised by the high quality of the food in this museum restaurant. We had salads and burgers. Fried Okra and hushpuppies for apps.

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Reviewed 6 April 2018

I was interested when I saw this museum was ranked #2 in the WORLD and wondered how it could live up to that. This museum is wonderful. It provides context for both the European and Japanese arms of WWII and America's involvement in it. Don't miss the movie directed and produced by Tom Hanks. Plan to spend time on the both European and the Japanese floors. I actually found the Japanese floor less crowded and more interesting.

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Reviewed 5 April 2018 via mobile

Amazing museum packed with so much information. Need two days to see it all! Definitely a must see in NOLA.

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