National Museum of the Pacific War
Admiral Chester Nimitz of Fredericksburg, Texas, played a major role in the naval history of World War II as Commander in Chief, U.S. Pacific Fleet and Commander in Chief, Pacific Ocean Areas, commanding Allied air, land, and sea forces during World War II. His statue stands on Main Street near the…
Experience new living history programs in honor of the end of WWII and the newly renovated and interactive Admiral Nimitz Gallery.
You can spend days in here… really an amazing look into WW2 Pacific Front. The reenactment occurs a few times during the year- typically Memorial Day, Veteran’s Day and selected other dates. Not to be missed!
The museum is vast. The tickets are good for two days so you can immerse yourself without rushing.
The Admiral Nimitz Museum is The National Museum of the Pacific War. If you're a history buff this is a must see. "Explore the 6-acre Museum Complex and immerse yourself in Pacific War history, American and Japanese culture of the time, and heartfelt tributes to the heroes of the Pacific Theater."
“Grab a menu and get in line! Dine outdoors or inside. Almost always live music and dancing going on here. Good food and great atmosphere!”
“A great way to learn about the history of Fredericksburg and see a variety of historic Sunday Houses.”
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“One of the best spots for live music, light bites, cigars, and huge selection of wines! Walking distance to Main Street. ”