The National Museum of the Pacific War is a dynamic, world-class experience designed for visitors of all ages and backgrounds. It is the only institution in the continental United States dedicated exclusively to telling the story of the Pacific Theater battles of World War II.
“…this is perhaps the most comprehensive, well-organized and informative military museum I've ever seen. A museum of this quality—and importance—needs to be seen…” — Mark Yost, Wall Street Journal
National Museum of the Pacific War is located on a six-acre site. Among some of the wonderful things you can see at the museum is the George Bush Gallery, Admiral Nimitz Museum, Pacific Combat Zone, Plaza of Presidents, Memorial Courtyard, Japanese Garden of Peace, and (opening soon) the Nimitz Education and Research Center.
Inspiring our youth by honoring our heros. Voted a top attraction in ste state of Texas.