- General Admission ticket to The National WWII Museum
- The Museum features interactive exhibits, a 4D cinematic experience produced by Tom Hanks, soaring aircraft, personal histories, and more.
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What You Can Expect
Guaranteed to move and educate, The National WWII Museum features interactive exhibits, a 4D cinematic experience produced by Tom Hanks, soaring aircraft, personal histories, and more. The heart of the Museum experience, Campaigns of Courage: European and Pacific Theaters brings visitors inside the story of how the war was won. Two immersive exhibitions—Road to Berlin: European Theater Galleries and Road to Tokyo: Pacific Theater Galleries—feature environmental exhibits that guide visitors chronologically through the narrative of each theater of combat, using a sophisticated mix of set design, narrated and environmental videos, period newsreels, interactive oral-history kiosks, personal and digital artifacts, and dynamic displays for a uniquely evocative experience.
How long you spend inside the museum is up to you! If you are hungry or simply want a break from exploring the exhibits, visit the on-site American Sector Restaurant + Bar and take a step back in time in BB’s Stage Door Canteen, a 1940s-style entertainment venue that showcases the music and performers of the war years. Food and drinks are at your own expense.
Excellent tour, very detailed and somewhat graphic. Tom Hanks commentary was great.
Great museum, lots to see. You should allow most of the day to see everything and take it all in.
Ranita Q USA
Absolutely amazing - too much to see for one day. I'll definitely be back to visit again.
The 4-D movie is spectacular.
Wonderful experience. The 4D experience was amazing. I will go back again, in fact I became a member. Would highly recommend this museum to be visited.
THE MUSEUM IS FANTASTIC. IF YOU EVER GET A CHANCE BE SURE AND GO. A FIVE STAR.
My husband and I loved it. A wonderful facility and great learning experience.
A great tribute to the generation that fought with honor to preserve our freedom.
This was by far the best part of our trip. The movie Beyond all Boundaries was a true masterpiecethere were tears shared by more than just myself and gave you a small taste of what these brave men and women went through during WWII. I see why the museum is rated so high and hope to get back someday.
Extremely interactive and visual
It was great.