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I've visited multiple times and would go again!! It's great for families with young kids as well as teens and also just for adults.
The exhibits and films are engaging and really paint the picture of what life in the US, west coast and Richmond...More
Awesome museum where you learn about the role of women on the home front during WWII as well as how the war impacted the town of Richmond where different groups of people all converged at this crucial point in American history. Apparently there are Rosies...More
We were in San Francisco for a few days and in looking for attractions around the city I found the Rosie the Riveter / World War II Home Front National Historic Park. I knew a little bit of the story of the women who stepped...More
We noticed a sign for this museum on the highway and got off at the exit right after we were supposed to. We asked "Siri" to get us there, and had no problem finding the place, but since it was July 3rd (the day Richmond...More
Having a father who was a WWII Marine, and having known people who lived through this time, I wanted my children to see and try to understand how our country mobilized everything for the war.
Nice facility, with great displays and information, about this time...More
We were part of a group of 8 and everyone enjoyed the visit. As someone else said in their review, the signs, after leaving highway 80, were very small and hard to spot. It is a big help to study the map on the Rosie...More
First time visitor. Loved every minute of it. Friendly and helpful staff. Admission is free, Wonderful exhibits on main floor. There is a short documentary and worth the time to see. Film is played in the theatre which is located lower level. For those with...More