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Visiting The National WWII Museum New Orleans

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The National WWII Museum or The National World War II Museum was previously called as the National D-Day Museum aims to provide and display details of the country's contribution in the Second World War in the allied victory. Majorly the experience of the people who faced and witnessed the Second World War are showcased in the museum. The museum and its belongings are sure to instigate the feelings of patriotism and love towards the country amongst the people.

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Witnessing The Second World War at the National WWII Museum

Witnessing The Second World War at the National WWII Museum

The Sherman Tank at The National World War II Museum

The Sherman Tank at The National World War II Museum

This was one of the fighter tanks used by the soldiers of the country World War II. The tank on display is the same tank which was loaded with some of the sack bags containing the necessities at the time of war. The tank has been cleaned and repaired and displayed thereafter. Also, a small screen is kept in front of the tank display which contains all the details of the tank and its history along with its usage.

The Louisiana Memorial Pavilion at The National World War II Museum

The Louisiana Memorial Pavilion at The National World War II Museum

A number of aircrafts are displayed in this exhibit of the museum which includes the Douglas C-47 Skytrain which is hanging from the room's ceiling, the Supermarine Spitfire, the LCVP or also called the Higgins Boat and many more. All the major landings made on the theatre of Europe during the war and also the Home Front's contributions. There are also a number of exhibits which are rotating and very much interactive and immersive. An example of such exhibit is the Train Car which was opened in the year 2013.

The US Freedom Pavilion at the National World War II Museum

The US Freedom Pavilion at the National World War II Museum

This exhibit opened in the museum in the year 2013. The exhibit houses The Boeing Centre which is now the biggest building on the entire campus. The collection on the exhibit includes the B-25J Mitchell Bomber, The TBF Avenger, The Corsair F4U-4, the P-51C Mustang, the B-17E Flying Fortress, the SBD-3 Dauntless and the USS Tang's submarine adventure also.

The Two Restaurants: The American Sector Restaurant and Bar and The Soda Shop at the National World War II Museum

The Two Restaurants: The American Sector Restaurant and Bar and The Soda Shop at the National World War II Museum

The premises of the museum houses two restaurants named the American Sector Restaurant and Bar and The Soda Shop. Both of these restaurants serve amazing cuisines of the country and the city and also a number of beverages. The bar usually serves alcohol of all types and brands available in the city.

The Solomon Victory Theatre at the National World War II Museum

The Solomon Victory Theatre at the National World War II Museum

The theatre at the museum usually shows 3D and 4D movies depicting the World War II. One of the regular shows includes the Beyond All Boundaries: 4D movie. The movie has also won awards in several categories. The entire summary of the war is shown in the movie. Many other multimedia displays are also in the theatre.

Other programs and events at the National World War II Museum

Other programs and events at the National World War II Museum

The museum hosts a quiz tournament in its premises every year in which a number of students and children participate from all around the world and the tournament is also broadcasted on Cox 4. Another convention conducted by the museum each year is the wargame convention by the wargaming club and is named as 'Heat of Battle'.

The National WWII Museum New Orleans Tips and Tricks

How to Get Tickets?

Tickets can be booked online as well as offline. It is easier to book tickets online as it saves time and you can be sure of a booking beforehand. Tickets can be booked online through this website and payment can be made of the same as well through online transaction safely and securely.

How To Get Around?

Public transports are available everywhere. Most attractions are easily reached by using subway and continue with walking that takes about 5-10 minutes. You can also rent a car for yourself for the entire trip and plan your trip accordingly.

What Should I Wear?

Anything comfortable and not too casual will work. You can go with a pair of pants or trousers along with a buttoned blouse and scarf. A pair of heels will complete the look. Boys can go for pants and shirt as well with a pair of boots.

The National WWII Museum New Orleans Facts

Best Time to Visit

The months starting from February and lasting till May are the best time to go to the city as the weather in the city is cool and the air is breathable. Also, the city is less crowded. The rates of the hotel room and other stuff is not much expensive too.

Currency

US Dollar

Will I Need a Guide?

A guide is not needed as the website has all the information regarding your trip and also about the city.

How To Get There?

You can take a flight for Louis Armstrong New Orleans International Airport, or you can also use 'Amtrak' the rail service of US. You can rent a car from your hotel or airport to reach the place. You can also take a public bus or a taxi. Some places are at a walking distance and can be reached if taken the subway on foot.

Additional Info

You must keep all your travel documents and cash safely. Do not leave your luggage unpacked in your hotel rooms when you leave the room.