390th Memorial Museum

The 390th Memorial Museum is a separate museum on the grounds (included with admission) that houses the last B-17 Flying Fortress flown by any branch of the U.S. military and displays vehicles, exhibits, and artifacts that unearth WWII, specifically the efforts of the 390th Bomb Group.

Waiting on Winning: The POW Experience — 731 of men in the 390th Bomb Group were captured and interned during WWII. This exhibit highlights life in the camps, equal parts boredom and fear.

Operation Chowhound — Towards the end of the war, the people of the Netherlands were starving. Learn about the mission where the 390th, along with nine other bomb groups, dropped over 4,181 tons of food to cheering citizens on the ground.

On the Home Front — This interactive child friendly area is a community curation project, evolving with input from the community. Stop by and let your little one play while learning about life on the home front during WWII and help shape this experience for others with your feedback!

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Open 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM Daily
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