This museum is a must if you wish to see how life was in our country during World War II. It gave me a look back at the time when I was born and a small child. I remember fondly the furnishings and goods that I grew up with as displayed around the museum. Two gentlemen who were volunteers that day, gave us an overview of the reason for the museum and how important it is to preserve the way life was. We see so many movies of other countries being bombed during the war, but do not fully understand what sacrifices were made for the U.S.A to be able to enter the war. Each year, from 1939-1945, has a separate display showing the timeline of what was happening during this era. In a larger room they had tanks, an airplane, ship models and motor vehicles from the war. This is also a museum that should be seen by younger people to understand how life was and the sacrifices that women had to make. This attraction is well worth the visit.
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