The Wright Museum of World War II is a discovery of celebration relating to Americans' sacrifices and achievements during WWII, and with over 14,000 items in the collection, there is a LOT of discovery waiting to be made!
The items in the collections represent both the home front and the battle field, offering an in-depth look into the reality of the conflict, and how it affected both those on the front line and back home.
The special exhibits and traveling exhibits change, so you can always go back and experience something new on your next visit. You might learn about the relationship between the nation and Japanese Americans after Pearl Harbor one visit, or it might be exploring artwork from the battlefield on another.
Did you ever think there would be magazines that geared their content towards the conflict? That is just another topic that you might uncover at the Wright Museum of World War II.
Make time to check out the fully operational military vehicles in the museum too, introducing you to a seminal period in American history. They also host Family Day once a year, which is one of their most popular events so make sure to put the date in your diaries!
A fascinating insight and perspective on one of the most famous and catastrophic wars in history, offering an invaluable learning experience for all who visit.