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My son is an avid WWII history buff so we decided to check out this museum. If you are staying in Duluth it is an easy 10 - 15 minute drive to get there (you can even take the Richard I. Bong Bridge to make...更多
Went here with my wife. First off, I want to thank all of those that have served and are serving in the military. Lots of artifacts and things used in previous wars and times around war. Not bad if you're looking to learn something and...更多
This museum opened in 2002 as a way to specifically honor hometown son Major Richard Bong and his service to our country during WW II. Bong achieved status of flying ace by downing 40 enemy aircraft in the Pacific theatre. Tragically, Bing lost his life...更多
Worked an event here, and it was a lot larger than it looks like! There's a full size plane on the lower level! Lots of great artifacts and corresponding history. Lots of war memorabilia!
We had about an hour to kill before our check in time at our hotel so we decided to go to this museum. So glad we did. A great museum with lots of interesting artifacts. I loved the section that told about Richard Bong. It...更多
The museum is really well done and focuses on Richard Bong, the first ace in the Pacific during WW II. It is well done and takes about 2 hours to go through. Great local pride for Superior WI.
This museum is right on the lake with a nice walking trail just behind it. The exhibits were well presented and the video was interesting.
Richard Bong grew up in the Superior region and was the most successful flying ace of wwii. The museum is a tribute to his outstanding career, and to the fine person he was.