Purchase reserved tickets online. Make your reservation for timed entries between 9:00 to 3:30 Weds thru Sun; Pacific Combat Zone open 11:00 to 3:00 Fri thru Sun; MASKS REQUIRED IN ALL NMPW BUILDINGS; Closed Mon & Tues; Victory in the Pacific programs cancelled through Dec 2020.
Commemorating the End of WWII
September 2 | 11:00 am - 11:30 am
On August 15, 1945, the U.S. declared victory in the Pacific War. On September 2, 1945, the documents of the official surrender of Japan were signed on the USS Missouri in Tokyo Bay with Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz signing on behalf of the United States. This act officially ended World War II.
On this, the 75th anniversary of the End of WWII, join us for a virtual commemoration of this momentous event. View the recorded program on YouTube featuring interviews with WWII veterans, a Texas native who as a young girl, saw her hometown change over the 4 years of the war, a Japanese-American man who witnessed the attack on Pearl Harbor in 1941 and his wife who was interned in California when she was young. We'll also take you behind the scenes at the Museum to see some archival photos that seldom receive public view, as well as a brief look at the model of the USS Missouri.
After the recorded program, join us LIVE on Facebook as we pay tribute to the many who served during WWII in the Museum's Memorial Garden.
Program begins at 11:00 am
Check back here for the link to the YouTube program in the early morning of September 2.
The Admiral Nimitz Gallery Grand Re-Opening
The National Museum of the Pacific War welcomes the public to the re-opening of the newly renovated Admiral Nimitz Gallery. This event is free and family-friendly.
Museum Store Sunday
The National Museum of the Pacific War invites you to the return of Museum Store Sunday at all three retail locations! Featuring 20% discounts, refreshments, and a lineup of special activities such as book signings, artifact displays, and music!