Relive History at the National Museum of the Pacific War

Love history? Fredericksburg has tons of it! We made a stop at the National Museum of the Pacific War to get our history fix and get a tour to experience it all. You can take your time to explore all three parts of the National Museum of the Pacific War. The Admiral Nimitz Museum is the flagship of the Museum Complex and has been a landmark in Fredericksburg since the 1800s. The George HW Bush Gallery includes everything from macro artifacts and personal items to give visitors a real glimpse into what live was like during the war. And finally, the Pacific Combat Zone brings history to life with reenactments using restored WWII military vehicles and weaponry.

The National Museum of the Pacific War is located at 340 E Main Street in Fredericksburg and you  can visit them at pacificwarmuseum.org for more information on tours and special events.

Sponsored by The National Museum of the Pacific War. Opinions expressed by guests on this program are solely those of the guest(s) and are not endorsed by this television station.

 

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