National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, Pooler

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Honor the men and women who have served in the Eighth Air Force--known as the Mighty Eighth--since World War II at National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force, when more than 350,000 Americans served in the Eighth Air Force and more than 26,000 died. Celebrate the bravery of these soldiers and those who have served since the war at this museum, where you can view planes and exhibits. Stop at the Chapel of Fallen Angels and the Memorial Gardens, which were built for the remembrance of veterans. Plan your visit to National Museum of the Mighty Eighth Air Force and a wealth of other attractions, well-known and undiscovered, using our Pooler trip builder tool.
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  • We wished we had allocated more time. This would be a skim in 1/2 day and we hope to return. Lots of modern interesting exhibits and talks by a guide that made it interesting. 
    We wished we had allocated more time. This would be a skim in 1/2 day and we hope to return. Lots of modern interesting exhibits and talks by a guide that made it interesting.  more »
  • Being an Air Force Vet and WW2 Junkie, this museum was a great blend for both. Lots of historical information is on display as well as Aircraft. Be prepared to spend a good portion of the day... 
    Being an Air Force Vet and WW2 Junkie, this museum was a great blend for both. Lots of historical information is on display as well as Aircraft. Be prepared to spend a good portion of the day...  more »
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  • Great information and great tours by very knowledgeable people who give you a sense of being there in the airplanes over England. The multimedia only serves to enhance the experience. Memorial gardens serve as a reminder of how many people gave their lives for our freedom. Great experience they even have a fairly realistic English pub to enjoy a meal with people who are restoration of many of planes, experiences and people who may even have served.
  • It looks small on the inside but its huge. Would have liked if the Tuskegee airmen portion received just as much attention as the rest if the things that were up. Overall it was cool

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