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Wisconsin: WWII Travel Sites & Museums

Richard I. Bong World War II Heritage Center [Superior] - The center's main attraction is a restored P-38 Lightning. The center is named for P-38 Lightning fighter ace and Medal of Honor recipient, Major Richard Bong. [www.bongheritagecenter.org]

EAA AirVenture Museum [Oshkosh] - Collection of over 250 historic airplanes. The museum also includes the Eagle Hangar, a tribute to World War II aviation. The museum is located in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, at the site of the famous airshow. [www.airventuremuseum.org]

Wisconsin Veterans Museum [Madison] - The museum documents Wisconsin's military history from the Civil War to the present. Affiliated with the Wisconsin Department of Veterans Affairs. [museum.dva.state.wi.us]

"Fields of Honor" Military Veterans Museum [Oshkosh] - The museum contains a variety of exhibits on American conflicts. [www.mvmwisconsin.com]

Mitchell Gallery of Flight [Milwaukee] - Small aviation museum located inside Milwaukee's Mitchell Airport. [www.mitchellgallery.org]

For more information on Wisconsin travel and tourism, please visit the official website of Wisconsin at Wisconsin.gov. Since travel information is subject to change, please confirm all travel and destination information before departing.

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