The National Museum of the Pacific War is a world-class military museum complex with humble beginnings on Fredericksburg’s Main Street.
About The Museum
The National Museum of the Pacific War honors the millions of Americans who stood for freedom and democracy and to defeat the enemy in World War II's Asiatic-Pacific Theater World War II.
Spread across six acres, the Museum complex encompasses more than 50,000 square feet of indoor exhibits, state‐of‐the‐art archives and collections, and interactive media presentations, in addition to outdoor exhibits and memorials.
The National Museum of the Pacific War is a Texas Historical Commission Property managed by the Admiral Nimitz Foundation.
By 2025, the Museum will become a recognized international center for scholarship and research on the Asiatic-Pacific Theater during World War II, with international partnerships, internships, and scholarships to further the study and interpretation of that still-relevant era. The Museum will acquire new audiences and provide virtual access to expanded educational programs, exhibits, and collections.
The National Museum of the Pacific War connects people to the experiences and stories of those affected by World War II in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater by interpreting its enduring relevance.
The Admiral Nimitz Foundation has a 4-star rating from Charity Navigator, the highest rating achievable.