There is so much to see at this museum you can't do it all in one day. It is so well done and very informative. Every American should visit!
About The National WWII Museum
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After 4 hours here we wished we had planned for more time - unless you're a local, you can't see it all. Definitely see the movie, and go to the hanger. Pacific and European Theater floors were amazing too. Too much good stuff for one...More
This museum is very well done, very moving, and very informative. The museum intersperses many items and informative pieces with graphics, and filmed historical footage. I realized walking through the exhibits how little I actually knew about the conflict other than major dates and major...More
First it is a beautiful building in a very convenient location not far from the Quarter. Most of the exhibits were absolutely amazing. In addition the video presentations were well made and quite enjoyable. Unfortunately I found the layout, flow and lack of directions confusing....More
The National WWII Museum was the brainchild of the late Stephen Ambrose, author of Band of Brothers. In fewer than 20 years, the original National D-Day Museum is now New Orlean's #1 tourist attraction. This is reflected in the long lines at the ticket office...More
A must-see when visiting New Orleans! Much love and detail throught museum exhibits and the special movie "Beyond Boundaries" is fabulous!
Gut wrenching and informative at the same time. A solid tribute to this amazing part of our history. A must visit for anyone visiting New Orleans.
This was an overwhelming experience. Inspiring and sad. You will be changed once you see what these brave people experienced. History is portrayed very well and interactive.
Spent two days and still didn't see everything. They keep adding on and on to this museum and its neat coming back to see what is new. Did the backstage tour and got to handle artifacts and go in an old bomber.
Not only is it informative but presented in an immersive and dramatic way. You totally get an incredible understanding of the entire WWII situation including what is was like to live in those times