Pacific Combat Zone
Photo by: Paul Ernest
2017 Living History Dates
All show times are at 10:30 and 2:00. An (*) specifies a special showtime
*To purchase tickets, click on the date you would like to attend.
March 11 & 12 April 8 & 9
May 27 & 28 July 1 & 2
Aug. 5 & 6 Sept. 2 & 3
Tanks, explosions, landing craft and flamethrowers! Living History Reenactments in the Pacific Combat Zone put you on the front line. The Pacific Combat Zone comes alive with the sights and sounds of combat on scheduled weekends throughout the year. U.S. Marine re-enactors move in to capture fortified positions from Japanese defenders, employing landing craft, explosives and flamethrowers… and you are there!
Our thrilling Living History programs immerse you in the sensations of battle, dramatically showing the equipment, weapons and tactics of the U.S. Army and Marines and the Imperial Japanese Army as they fought on Tarawa, Peleliu, Saipan and Iwo Jima.
Your ticket admits you to the 90-minute program. We provide earplugs.
Children under 6: Free
Tickets are non-refundable. This is an outdoor program that is canceled only in cases of severe weather. In the case of program cancellation, rain checks will be issued. Not recommended for small children due to loud noise.
Close Air Support Provided by:
"Pecos Bill" Freedom Flyers
On certain weekends you might be lucky enough to see this P-51 buzzing over the battlefield.
Pecos Bill takes veterans of all American wars flying, free of charge, to thank them for their service to our country. Pecos Bill also provides fly-over tributes at Veterans' funerals & events.
More information about the plane and it's mission at www.p51pecosbill.org
Advance tickets available at the George H. W. Bush Gallery or the Admiral Nimitz Museum.
Walk-up tickets are sometimes available at the Pacific Combat Zone prior to the program, if the re-enactment is not sold out.