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Witness a different side of New Orleans’s history on a visit to the dynamic National WWII Museum. While away the hours exploring wartime artifacts and discovering fascinating facts and histories at this world-class museum — considered one of the top museums in the nation!
  • General Admission ticket to The National WWII Museum
  • The Museum features interactive exhibits, soaring aircraft, personal histories, and more.
  • Take a train car experience and learn about the plight of WWII soldiers
  • Enjoy a simulator experience on the Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Experience

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Food and drinks (own expense)
Beyond all Boundaries (4-d) and Final Mission
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The National WWII Museum in New Orleans

Departure Time

1/1/2019 - 12/31/2019
Monday - Sunday:09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
1/1/2020 - 12/31/2020
Monday - Sunday:09:00 AM - 05:00 PM
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What To Expect

Journey through time to WWII — the war that changed the world — with a visit to New Orleans’ National WWII Museum. Make your way to the museum and skip the line with your entrance ticket. Upon entering the Louisiana Memorial Pavilion, explore its multiple exhibits featuring D-Day and Home Front histories and view an authentic C-47, or hop aboard the mini-train to learn how to activate your dog tag experience. The train is a lasting symbol of military transit of the wartime era. As you take the train car experience, imagine the plight of WWII soldiers as they went to war. Go across the 2nd-floor walkway to the Campaigns of Courage collection, where you get the American soldier’s eye-view of the war through 360-degree displays of key settings and dog tag stations with story points. Continue to the US Freedom Pavilion for a rare look at preserved war machines and a sobering walk through the galleries that honor American servicemen. Don’t leave without participating in the Final Mission: USS Tang Submarine Experience, a thrilling interactive tour one of the most successful WWII submarines (additional cost).Next head to the Solomon Victory Theater to view Beyond All Boundaries, an epic 4D wartime documentary produced by Tom Hanks (additional cost). Relax and enjoy the approximate 50-minute showing that includes first-hand accounts of life in battle and on the home front. Explore the museum at your own pace, stopping to browse genuine artifacts, engage in savvy interactive displays, remember fallen soldiers and take needed snack breaks (own expense) in the American Sector Restaurant or the Soda Shop.
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Head inside The National WWII Museum with your general admission ticket and start exploring the captivating exhibition space at leisure. The Museum tells the story of the American Experience in the war that changed the world—why it was fought, how it was won, and what it means today—so that all generations will understand the price of freedom and be inspired by what they learn. Guaranteed to move and educate, The National WWII Museum features interactive exhibits, 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.
Admission Ticket Free

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  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
  • Travelers should have a moderate physical fitness level
  • Wheelchair accessible
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Chards of glass exhibit
broth6701
, Jan 2020
This was very well organized and informative. This takes more than one day to see all the information that was presented. The chards of stain glass exhibit was wonderful.
star-5
Awesome museum!
marklm2019
, Jan 2020
This is such a great experience! Was able to explain to my teens what WW II entailed so much easier with the interactive exhibits. So much to see you almost need to go back on a different day. A lot to soak in for just one day. Very well done though!
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Walk with heros
Vacationer788499
, Dec 2019
Plan six hours! Stop and watch the films. Read the stories. Watch the Tom Hanks and experience the submarine dive (extra cost), these add to the experience. Knowing history prevents future generations from committing the same crimes. We’ve seen WW II museums at Pearl Harbor, DC, Budapest, and NU. Each tell the story. This is the most complete we’ve seen. Well worth the cost and day.
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Moving exoeeience
jterrell48
, Dec 2019
Rooms are week displayed. You feel a part of the experience. Short movies of actual footage help illustrate the information. Flows easily and really details important battles. My HS and College kids loved it as well.
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WWII Museum
FellowTraveler284037
, Oct 2019
The museum is super well done. Very interesting and informative! One could spend an entire day here as there is so much to see.
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It is big
charlescatt
, Oct 2019
This is too big of an institution to really see everything in one day. Go early . Take your time to read and learn.
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Beyond Boundaries is the best thing I have seen in years.
860euans
, Aug 2019
Apparently rated No3 on Trip Advisor for USA museums....... I'm afraid I can't see why when you compare it to the likes of Duxford in the UK I found it to be just a little clinical and distant. The Beyond Boundaries film which costs EXTRA is worth the visit by itself however.
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The senior rate at the Museum was...
Lucinda Y
, Apr 2018
The senior rate at the Museum was cheaper. Would do the museum again since I like history. It was interesting and still expanding.
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More than fantastic. Must see when in...
Ronald W
, Mar 2018
More than fantastic. Must see when in New Orleans if you are a WWII fan.
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Incredibly well laid out and...
Gina K
, Mar 2018
Incredibly well laid out and informative. Need to dedicate a few hours to get the most out of the exhibits and videos. Must see the movie Beyond All Boundaries. It was fantastic.

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