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The National WWII Museum is the top-rated tourist destination in New Orleans, TripAdvisor's #2 museum in the world and #2 in the U.S., and an unforgettable way to experience World War II—from industrial efforts on the home front to the combat...more
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This is an amazing museum that is a must see if your are in the New Orleans area. Can be a bit pricey depending on what you add to the main ticket, there are a couple of films that are separate from the general admission...More
Met all expectations! We’d heard so much about the World War II Museum and it did not disappoint! We were there for 4 1/2 hours, which included an excellent lunch at the restaurant. So many memorable displays and informative clips that fill you in on...More
I am a WWII history buff. This museum greatly enhanced my knowledge. My father served in the South Pacific for 4 years. This museum gives further insight into what he must have experienced. I regret he never talked about it more.
We really loved spending the day here! The movie, "Beyond All Boundaries" was excellent and well worth it. The Pacific Theater is on one floor and the Road to Berlin was on the other. Both had film summaries of the battles being described along with...More
I am very interested in history and had high hopes for the unexpected top attraction for Nola. As a global citizen with education from both the U.S. & Japan, it was disappointing. They do a decent job of explaining the events leading up to WW2,...More
Absolutely fascinating museum. We got there at lunchtime, had a delicious bite in their cafe and then started seeing the exhibits. There was so much to see that we couldn't finish. You really need to plan for the whole day. It's that worthwhile with so...More
This museum is awesome! I really like that they mix narrated films into the exhibit areas. They do a good job at telling the story of WWII from all fronts. We would definitely recommend it, but it is huge and probably better to spend at...More
Such an outstanding presentation both informative and entertaining is very rare to find. In particular with such a different topic.
I found the presentation very neutral and only slightly biased to the glory of the american nation - something that Smithsonian e.g. drives to perfection...More
A modern and well curated museum that caters for visitors at many levels. Great to have knowledge veterans to talk to. See the moving Bob Hope exhibit. Campus is under construction and the Boeing hall is almost empty of any vehicles except the planes suspended...More
A must do for any NOLA visit. This experience is sure to make you proud to be an American and thankful for those who served to protect this Nation. If you like to read and study all the artifacts, you will need a full day,...More
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Yes, it is a separate purchase. You can see their ticket options and costs online, not allowed to post links here, search for WWII New Orleans then goto Tickets and it will show you. I see Beyond All Boundaries as a $7.00... More
Yes, it is a separate purchase. You can see their ticket options and costs online, not allowed to post links here, search for WWII New Orleans then goto Tickets and it will show you. I see Beyond All Boundaries as a $7.00 add-on. We bought a package ticket with everything included when we got to the box office. I don't see the combo tickets available online though.