In the heart of Fredericksburg, the museum covers the WWII in the Pacific zone. Important part of the history and a lot to learn. The ticket price is a little steep ($14 adults, $7 kids 6+) for a museum in such a small town.
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I was shocked at all of the artifacts they have, even large vehicles and planes. There is even a second part of the museum two blocks from the main site. My sons enjoyed playing games and looking at all of the guns and planes. They...More
Had been before but took visiting family. Very extensive museum that took us an afternoon and the next morning. Tickets good for 48 hours. Very interesting facts and displays about the pacific war.
This is one of the best war museums to which we have traveled, including those in Pearl Harbor and New Orleans (WWII Museum). This museum should be on the "must-see" (bucket?) list of anyone interested in WWII history. Young people should also go and learn...More
Very informative and humbling. Makes me proud to have also served in the Navy as well. So much has been accomplished in our country and great info on our past presidents. I also was encouraged to see the walls and how it is honored.
Went with 2 teenagers. They were fidgety and not as interested in the history as their parents. The connections to the history of Japan and China were explained. I appreciated the room that showed the American internment of the American Japanese community - I wish...More
This museum depicts the events before and after the Asian Pacific War from World War II. It is located in this town about an hour from Austin because Admiral Nimitz was born here. It took me 4 and 1/2 hours to go through the museum...More
Realistic capture of battle field environment. The displays are life like. This is an awsome educational experience for adults and teenagers.
Very nice exhibits, but you need to plan on spending at least 3-4 hrs. here if you want to see most of the displays. War buffs could spend the day here.