seen and read many things inside and learned a little about history especially interesting was the story of admiral Nimitz
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Definitely worth seeing. The information here is a nice prelude that goes nicely with the Pacific War Museum. I would definitely recommend visiting this place first then going onto the other sites.
Enjoyed a look back at Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz life and career. Includes many family photos and artifacts of his early life, military life and later years.
Check in here first, to buy your Museum pass and learn about Admiral Nimitz's childhood. This site was a hotel in the late 1800-s and early 1900's. Great background on the area and the German settlers of the area.
We spent about an hour in this museum, but could have spent more time, if we had it. So interesting that Admiral Nimitz grandfather owned the building that the museum. Is in.
Very interesting place to visit. Was in walking distance from the National museum of the pacific war. Lots of great displays and information. Well worth the time to visit.
This museum was a sleeper for me. I had been to Fredericksburg multiple times before I went in, an only then, because my husband and grown son wanted to go. I was shocked at the size of the museum property and at how well the...More
A museum dedicated to the last fleet admiral in the US Navy and one of Fredericksburg's favorite sons. The building housing the museum is a reconstruction of the old Nimitz Hotel. The facility has fine documentary and physical exhibits but is thin on audio visual...More
A well set up museum that followed the timeline of events. Only complaint is there was not enough light and it was difficult to read some of the documents