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My family visited here last week on our way to Portland from Seattle. It was a nice place to stop and rest. It wasn't crowded and the displays do a great job telling the story of all the men and women who sacrificed so much for us. Each display tells the story of a veteran. Not every veteran died, but... 更多
This museum is so nicely put together. It has many priceless artifacts. It really brings together history into a real life perspective. Admission is so cheap and definitely worth the price. Please go here, I promise you will leave changed.
My father, handicapped brother, and I visited this museum on a Sunday afternoon. The attendants were great. They have a huge display of historic uniforms and lots of firearms. One of the volunteer Veterans walked around with us and shared lots of interesting information and answered all of our questions. Outside there was vehicles and plains to see. We easily... 更多
Our local veterans do an outstanding job of presenting the veteran story. Well maintained, clean and easy to understand displays. We are very proud of our local vets and the museum they offer to the public. They also provide a very nice conference room for public use at a very reasonable cost. Must visit.
The building is cold and unassuming. It appears volunteers run the front door and maybe need to be told thank you more often. Once you are inside you can follow the history of the Military easily. If you take small children or clumsy adults, you should keep them close as most of this stuff is irreplaceable. Be sure to check... 更多
If you can visit one place in the Chehalis-Centralia area, make it this one. This is one of the most comprehensive veteran's museums anywhere. From the outdoor equipment displays to the cases full of memorabilia from all eras of American military history, this museum tells the story of the American veteran throughout the years. Volunteer docents are available or you... 更多
went there with a friend and enjoyed a pleasant couple of hours. There are memorobelia from world war 1 and even before. Great place for veterans to visit
I discovered a really good book in the gift shop entitled, "A Woman in Berlin," which is an anonymous diary written by a German woman when Berlin was conquered by the Russians.