Far from the Pacific Ocean and the islands where much of World War II in the Pacific was fought, Fredericksburg, Texas seems an unlikely location for the National Museum of the Pacific War. The story of the Museum’s origin began here on Main Street in February 1885 when Chester William Nimitz was born. The National Museum of the Pacific War is a museum that was founded to honor Fredericksburg’s native son and Commander-in-Chief of Allied Forces, Pacific Ocean Area.
Where to Stay for your Visit
Fredericksburg, Texas is home to a variety of lodging options. From national hotel chains to locally owned motels, small inns, vacation rentals, guesthouses and traditional bed and breakfasts, Fredericksburg has something for everyone.