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The museum was okay. The parking was very confusing, but we finally made it. The most disappointing thing was there was one small room actually dedicated to the Sullivan Brothers. I now realize it was dedicated to them. The exhibits focused on the Iowa war...More
Museum is interesting, covering several different wars. Entrance price is reasonable and veterans get a discount. The Viet Nam war exhibit was especially sobering. There is a gift shop but seemed to be a little pricey. All in all a meaningful experience.
The veterans portion was well organized from Civil War to current conflicts. Some of the best summaries and videos I've seen, plus local angles and the home front. Very nice tributes to the fallen throughout. Lots of interactive stuff for all ages. The scannable dog...More
When we were through we were not sure if we had seen both portions or not--history in general and war history...
Butterflies were grogeous! Kids of ALL ages should climb into the Sherman tank for a photo op.
You could spend hours watching film clips...More
Very interesting in tying together the war as it was waged overseas and how it played on the home-front with regard to World War II and also good coverage on other conflicts from the Civil War through Afghanistan and Iraq. The oral history videos from...More
Our experience here was great. The whole museum is laid out well, great exhibits and honestly, very honorable presented. It has history from the civil war to the current conflicts, and includes a special exhibit on The Sullivan Brothers, part of Waterloo lore and the...More
My husband who is a Veteran, and I took my sister and our children here over the weekend. We had a wonderful time. We didn't realize how long it would take to get through all the exhibits and I am sure we probably missed something....More