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Texas: WWII Travel Sites & Museums

Lone Star Flight Museum [Galveston] - The museum houses a collection of aircraft, memorabilia, and artifacts depicting the development of aviation in Texas. The Lone Star Flight Museum is also home to the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame. [www.lsfm.org]

USS Lexington Museum on the Bay [Corpus Christi] - Home of the USS Lexington aircraft carrier, the museum also houses an aircraft collection, special exhibits, and artifacts. [www.usslexington.com]

Vintage Flying Museum [Fort Worth] - Preserving America's flying heritage, the museum collection includes over twenty aircraft many of which are in flying condition. The B-17 bomber "Chuckie" is the focal point of the museum. [www.vintageflyingmuseum.org]

Texas Air Museum [San Antonio] - The museum presents the history of flight from aviation's beginnings to the present. The collection includes a German Focke-Wulf-190 fighter from WW2. [www.texasairmuseum.org]

National Museum of the Pacific War [Fredericksburg] - Dedicated to the history of the Pacific Theater, the museum houses a variety of memorabilia and historical artifacts including Allied and Japanese aircraft, tanks, and guns. [www.nationalmuseumofthepacificwar.org]

For more information on Texas travel and tourism, please visit the Official Site of Texas Tourism. Since travel information is subject to change, please confirm all travel and destination information before departing.

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