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    Absolutely an incredible museum. You could spend a week here and still not get through everything. Lots to see and read and do. Great for all ages, and even for that that don’t like museums. It’s the third most visited museum in the Untied States, and for good reason.

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    I’m a big WW2 history buff. The ubiquitous use of video annoys me, I’ve seen this all on TV. I’ve seen hometown museums with many more artifacts. Displays are poorly organized. Over all VERY disappointed. Worst of all, at our “national” WW2 museum, the entire aircraft exhibit was closed for a “private” event. 1/3 of the museum. Closed. When I asked how this could be, I was told “…this is Private museum” so it’s not really the “National” WW2 museum. I’ll stick to real museums in the future.

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    Wow! This museum has gone from good to amazing since the expansion. There is SO much to experience and learn. The restaurant is no longer John Besh, and not that good.

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    This is by far the best museum of any kind that I’ve ever visited. I could have spent all day here and been happy. It’s hard to put into words how great this museum is but it is worth the price of admission and then a whole ton more, and then more. What an amazing place. If you have an afternoon to spend here, you’d be absolutely crazy not to come. I learned so much about things that I was not familiar with, and I’m a WWII buff, so that says something. Unreal!

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    Modernist, confusing museum with more videos than artifacts. I can watch this stuff on youtube for free. German and allied uniforms were next to each other in dissaray. No real flowing logic to anything. Not enough seating for people. Tiny corridors where you are pushed through inside of illogical, huge, stone buildings.