The National Museum of the Pacific War is dedicated to the memory of the Pacific Theater of WWII and those who sacrificed and contributed to our victory. The museum covers six acres and consists of the Nimitz Hotel, small display about Admiral Chester W. Nimitz and his family. The George H.W Bush Gallery is 33,000 sq. ft. and tells the entire story of the war in the Pacific, from the seeds of conflict to main land Japan. The Pacific Combat Zone is a guided outdoor tour and houses one of the last remaining wooden PT 309 boats that saw action.
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