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I loved this museum! My dad was in WWII and I solved a mystery in this museum.
What was the wooden bullet used for in the German Mauser he brought home? Many people have had theories, and they were all wrong. It was a bullet...More
This is an awesome museum! I was welcomed as soon as I walked through the door and was made to feel at home. Everything is categorized and organized in such a way that it is easy to follow as you go along through the displays....More
This is a small but interesting history museum. It has many interesting things to see as well as those who served in to answer questions or tell of their experiences. Took our grandkids and they enjoyed it.
We planned on staying for 30 minutes or so but we ended up staying for 2 hours and we could have stayed longer. A very interesting guide started our tour and the children were given cards, to use in a search for particular heroes. There...More
It had been a good number of years since we visited and I was surprised at how it has grown. My husband is the history enthusiast, but I enjoyed it as well. Definitely worth a visit and it feels good to help preserve as much...More
Great staff very friendly. Lots of neat stuff. Some I've never seen before. Some are from this base when it was the first coastal protection base of WWII. Not the largest collection you ever saw but one you can enjoy in a reasonable amount of...More
The 1st WW2 defense airfield has left quite of history that is beautifully depicted in the story of training Thunderbolt fighter pilots. The museum active in sponsoring airshows, honoring veterans, has several buildings all original filled with displays, a library, models, and planes right next...More
My son & I flew into Millville in my plane for lunch and to visit this museum. This airport used to be an Army Air Force base at which they instructed airborne gunnery tactics for P-47 pilots. First...Verna's cafe was great. Lots of locals drive...More