Our mission is to educate and inspire present and future generations about World War II in the Asiatic-Pacific Theater and the continuing global relevance of its lessons.
Here, you can immerse yourself in the recounting of history, a vast collection of artifacts, and the personal stories of real people who lived and died during the Pacific War.
Here, you can find your connection to the lasting mark that the Allied victory in WWII left on our lives today and the beacon of hope it provides for the future.
Make the Most of Your Visit
Begin your visit at the George H.W. Bush Gallery.
Admiral’s Barge—Float Plane
A Terrible New Weapon
The Price of Freedom
If you seek a full overview of our 6-acre campus, we offer these suggestions to help you plan:
George H.W. Bush Gallery (2.5 hours)
Admiral Nimitz Gallery (30 min)
Memorial Courtyard and Japanese Garden of Peace (30 min)
Pacific Combat Zone (30 min)