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Connecticut: WWII Travel Sites & Museums

New England Air Museum [Windsor Locks] - The museum has a collection of historic aircraft spanning all the eras of aviation. The museum also has a collection of Flying Tiger memorabilia and special exhibits on the 57th Fighter Group in WWII. [www.neam.org]

Military Museum of Southern New England [Danbury] - Museum of military vehicles and artifacts. The museum has regular open turret weekends when visitors can climb on and in the collection of armored fighting vehicles. [www.usmilitarymuseum.org]

Military Historians Headquarters Museum [Westbrook] - The museum has a large collection of military uniforms, research materials, and a reference library.

Fort Trumbull State Park [New London] - Built overlooking the Thames River, Fort Trumball State Park has a variety of exhibits on local military history and the city of New London.

For more information on Connecticut travel and tourism, see Visit Connecticut - State of Connecticut Office of Tourism. Since travel information is subject to change, please confirm all travel and destination information before departing.

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