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National World War II Museum

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945 Magazine Street, New Orleans, LA 70165.

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based on 226 reviews

08/10/13
Barry G.
Such a cool place, and a must see for anyone that likes history. When I was down in NO this past February, my sister and I went. Lots of great historical...

08/05/13
Darya S.
Feeling shamed that I hadn't visited any museums on my New Orleans trip, I decided to squeeze in the WWII museum into the two hours I had before my flight,...

08/04/13
Lily V.
Blah. Though it was a pretty good museum with several interactive and interesting components, I was definitely disappointed in how much their pacific war's...
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04/05/10
HISTORY
The museum opened its doors on June 6 2000, the 56th anniversary of D-Day. The museum is located here because this is where the "Higgins Boats", vital to D-Day operations were designed, built & tested
04/02/10
Erin Keefe
make sure to watch the movie, you won't be disappointed!
03/29/12
Michelin Travel & Lifestyle
Seek out Higgins boat, which was designed and built in New Orleans. You’ll learn why the shallow-draft 36-passenger transport got credit from General Eisenhower for winning the war! -Travel Editor
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rating 4.3 out of 5
05/27/14
Gabriel Chu
The movies are great and the museum is laid out over 2-3 buildings. The gift shops are quite good too. If you arrive later in the day, do not buy the 2 movie special with the museum pass. We arrived at 230pm and was not warned that we would not have enough time to do both movies and the museum t....
03/10/14
Timothy Brehm
Good museum, but a little short on the artifacts. Relies heavily on video (first hand accounts) and text. This is stuff you can get on TV or the internet, so it's even more important to have physical things to look at. We spent the 5$ a person for the sub experience. It has something to say, but....
03/24/14
Bob Scidmore
Interesting but try to go when it is not as busy as when we were there (Monday 3/24/14) as we could hardly move in the place. The layout is lots of pics with text and everyone reads everything so the mass moves super slow. We thought the main gallery was interesting and the film by Tom Hanks was qui....
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