The artifact collection at the National Museum of the Pacific War contains over 55,000 items. At any time, 2-3% of this collection is on display. The balance is housed in the Museum’s extensive storage area located on the second floor of the George HW Bush Gallery. The Museum’s artifact collection ranges from uniforms and heraldry to weapons and vehicles. Many one-of-a-kind items related to the war in the Pacific are in the collection. The Museum continues to collect artifacts with intrinsic and historic value and those having a unique provenance. If you have an item to donate, please contact us.