The Education Department at The National Museum of the Pacific War seeks to inspire all of our audiences – students and adults alike - to engage with our collection and exhibitions through programs and resources.
For teachers, the department provides programs and lesson plans for grades 5, 7, and 11 that are aligned with TEKS (Texas Essential Knowledge and Skills for Social Studies) and National Curriculum Standards.
Whether you are around the corner or around the world, the National Museum of the Pacific War offers free livestreaming lessons right from the middle of our 55,000 square foot exhibit space or elsewhere on our 6-acre campus. Discover how simple and easy it is to request a Distance Learning Lesson from us to you.
The National Museum of the Pacific War offers many exciting opportunities for educators to explore what we have to offer from field trips to resources to outreach.
The National Museum of the Pacific War hosts a number of ongoing and special events open to the public throughout the year. From educational programs to speaker engagements, the Museum has a variety of programming for all ages.
The National Museum of the Pacific War offers students some unique opportunities. Check back later for more information or subscribe to the newsletter.
The National Museum of the Pacific War's Pride of the Pacific program teaches about the past to impact the present and inspire the future. Living History programs feature interactive demonstrations, period entertainment and exciting battle reenactments (when conditions permit). Get an "up-close and personal" experience of the stories of the men and women who led American to victory in World War II.
Videos & Webinars
See specialized videos including Nimitz Minitz, Facebook Lives, Webinars, and Speaker Series.