National Museum of the Pacific War

No visit to Fredericksburg would be complete without a stop at the National Museum of the Pacific War. Dedicated to all those who served in the Pacific War, the museum has expanded and gone under expansive renovation over the last 10 years to make it the world's premier museum about World War II's Pacific Theater. In 2020, it was recognized as the fifth-best history museum in the United States by USA Today readers.


National Museum of the Pacific War

The Admiral Nimitz Gallery, George Bush Gallery of the Pacific War, the Plaza of the Presidents, Japanese Garden of Peace, Memorial Walk, and the Pacific Combat...

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Helpful Tips:

  • Museum open for entry Wednesday through Monday, but grounds open daily from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 
  • Reservations recommended. To make a reservation, click here
  • Limited walk-up tickets available. Masks are recommended inside the museum and are available upon request.
  • Admission fee: $18 adults; $14 seniors; $12 military w/ID; $8  kids 6+ and students w/ID; 5 and under free.