The Admiral Nimitz Gallery Grand Re-Opening
The National Museum of the Pacific War welcomes the public to the grand re-opening of the Admiral Nimitz Gallery! The much-anticipated renovation explores the life and career of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz through interactive, multimedia exhibits and artifacts from his life and career. The recently completed $4.5 million renovation expanded the space honoring the life of Fredericksburg native Admiral Chester Nimitz by 50 percent. Modernized with state-of-the-art interactives, the gallery has also doubled the number of Nimitz artifacts displayed.
On February 23, admission to the Nimitz Gallery is free*! Join us at the gallery at 11:00 am for a ribbon cutting, at 1:00 pm in the Nimitz Ballroom for birthday cake to commemorate Admiral Nimitz's 135th birthday (while supplies last) and craft activities for children, and a 2:00 pm showing of the documentary From Texas to Tokyo Bay.
Nimitz Gallery at the National Museum of the Pacific War
Open 9:00 am to 5:00pm
340 E. Main Street
Fredericksburg, Texas 78624
*Daily admission fees apply to the George H. W. Bush Gallery and Pacific Combat Zone at the National Museum of the Pacific War.
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!