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National D-Day Museum

Category: Monuments + Museums

945 Magazine St, New Orleans, LA 70125

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National D-Day Museum - Reviews from across the web

Great Museum - user review
This museum has so much to see and offer, I didn't know it was going to be so much stuff. If your in New Orleans this is a must see. From the movies to the displays to the people working there, ...

Everything you ever wanted to know about D day - user review
We tried to cover the museum in half a day, and it wasn't enough. The exhibits were informative, but there were too many small pieces of equipment and not enough story. Not very inter...

A New Orleans MUST-SEE - user review
I live in Britain where we have many war museums. This is among the best I have seen! Excellent coverage of the D-Day campaigns throughout the war with particular emphasis on Norman...

Great!! - user review
I wasnt expecting a lot out of this museum, and was apprehensive about taking the kids to a War Museum. I was absolutely blown away by what it had to offer, and t...

Best Historical Museum I've Been To - user review
I was in New Orleans for a month doing humanitarian work. The museum was open to military and law enforcement. I have to say this is by far one of the best museums I've been to hands...

A good reason to visit New Orleans - user review
The D-Day museum was one of the main reasons we came to New Orleans. We were not at all disappointed: on a three-day vacation, we visited twice (one afternoon for the Pacific theater, one...

Don't miss it!! - user review
Upon entering the front of the museum you see the Higgins boat (the boats that drove up on the beaches and dropped their flap and the troops and vehicles came out). Sitting by the Higgi...

No title - user review
This is what all museums should aspire to. Historical detail, personal accounts, interesting exhibits and artifacts. You easily learn about the big picture, as well as what the expe...

Awesome! - user review
The D-Day Museum is a user-friendly delight. With a variety of awesome displays from real size replicas and actual artifacts, audi-visual displays, huge interactive maps, and cl...

Every American should visit this museum - user review
We went to the D-day Museum on a visit to New Orleans and this was the highlight of the trip for me. We spent most of the day there. A nice mix of artifacts and short movies....

You must go here, if you go to New Orleans... - user review
The D-Day museum is a great place to visit when in NOLA. It will take about a half-a -day dependng on how quickly you go through the exhibits. The first floor has a wide open space...

Take it in on a rainy day. You'll be here a while. - user review
We allowed about 2 1/2 hours for this museum and we were the last to leave when they locked the doors at 5:00. My husband is the history buff and I wasn't really looking forward to this bu...

National D-Day Museum - expert review
The brainchild of historian and writer Dr. Stephen Ambrose, who taught for many years at the University of New Orleans until his death in 2002, this moving, well-executed examination of World War II covers far more ground than simply the 1944 D-Day invasion of Normandy. The seminal moments are re-cr...

a must see - user review
This museum is fantastic! We were there 3 hours when they announced it was closing.....we had just finished the European theatre. We never got to the war in the pacific. I highly r...

National D-Day Museum | Museum/Attraction Review | New Orleans | Frommers.com - expert review
Opened on D-day, June 6, 2000, this is the creation of the late best-selling author (and Saving Private Ryan consultant) Stephen Ambrose, and it is the only museum of its kind in the country. It tells the story of all 19 U.S. amphib...

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