Museum Programs

The National Museum of the Pacific War offers educational and entertaining programs for all ages. If you have questions about any of our programs you can visit our events page or email us at

Educational Programs

Pacific Valor

The story of Honor Medal recipients Jack Lucas and Eugene Bush is being told in a brand new battlefield reenactment program called Pacific Valor. There is the opportunity to see two different programs in 2023 since each will highlight one of these stories.

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These short, interactive, and FUN Living History Outpost presentations are led by our education team and volunteers. We have a variety of WWII topics that allow attendees to explore history in a unique way.

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Campaign Briefing

Learn about the profound tactical decisions that directed key campaigns of the Pacific War before experiencing a battle reenactment at our Pacific Combat Zone.

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Admiral Nimitz Annual Symposium

Our annual Symposium gathers highly regarded historians and scholars who come together to share their thoughts and research on significant events from the Pacific War.

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Youth Programs

The National Museum of the Pacific War introduces youth to the values, innovations and experiences through educational programs such as Summer Camps, Robotics and more.

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Anniversaries and Commemorations

The National Museum of the Pacific War hosts an array of commemorative and anniversary events every year to highlight important historical occasions marking the Pacific War and the contributions of all veterans.

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Special Events and Speakers

The National Museum of the Pacific War offers an array of engaging and dynamic programs for all ages that include on-site and virtual programs. Throughout the year the museum welcomes noted experts in the field of Pacific War studies. This includes author talks, webinars, lectures, and special film screenings. Check in regularly for updates.

Upcoming Events