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National Museum of the Pacific War, Admiral Nimitz Foundation

The National Museum of the Pacific War chronicles the Asiatic-Pacific Theater of World War II. Located in Fredericksburg Texas, the hometown of Fleet Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, Commander in Chief of the Pacific Ocean Areas during that epic conflict, the National Museum of the Pacific War consists of three museums –
1. The Admiral Nimitz Museum, located in the Admiral’s grandfather’s Nimitz Steamboat Hotel, covers the Admiral’s own biography and his roots in the historic German community of Fredericksburg.
2. The Pacific Combat Zone, acres of outdoor exhibits of planes, vehicles, guns, and equipment, including a TBM avenger torpedo bomber and restored WWII combat veteran PT Boat.
3. The George H.W. Bush Gallery, 40,000 sq.ft. of multimedia exhibits chronicling the battles and engagements of the Pacific from the attack on Pearl Harbor through to the Japanese Surrender at Tokyo Bay.
Outdoor memorial areas include the Japanese Garden of Peace, Memorial Courtyard and Plaza of the Presidents. One ticket is admission for the entire complex. Regular Adult admission is $14. Other discounted categories are available.
Fredericksburg, Texas is located 85 miles west of Austin on Hwy 290 W., and 65 miles north of San Antonio on IH10/Hwy 87N.

Hours of Operation:
9:00 AM-5:00 PM
Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas

Benefits: 
Discounted Admission
Gift Shop Discount