The National World War II Museum

ONLINE OFFER: Use code WWNO for 10% off your tickets when purchased Online!

The National WWII Museum is a remarkable must-see attraction in New Orleans that illuminates the American experience in the war that changed the world. Ranked the #1 Attraction in New Orleans, the Museum’s collection of artifacts, interactive exhibits, and moving personal stories conveys the war’s epic story in a way that informs and inspires, educating today’s generations about the price of freedom and honoring those who gave so much to secure it. Self visit our LA Memorial, US Freedom and Campaigns of Courage Pavilion. Start your visit in the Louisiana Memorial Pavilion which features galleries on D-Day in Normandy, special temporary exhibits and the HomeFront. Follow in the footsteps of the American citizen soldier in the Museum’s newest pavilion, Campaigns of Courage Road to Berlin and Road to Tokyo Exhibits. Look up from ground-level tanks and trucks to view WWII Airplanes or brave the sky-high catwalks for an up-close look in our US Freedom Pavilion. See preservation in progress in the glass-fronted John E. Kushner Restoration Pavilion (tours and access limited – Inquire at guest services).

Booking Details:

Once you have purchased your voucher online, please bring your PRINTED VOUCHER to the ticket counter. Printed vouchers are REQUIRED and will make check in process more streamlined.

Departure Details
Museum is open 7 days a week from 9:00am – 5:00pm. Present PRINTED TOUR VOUCHER at any of our ticket desks for Museum admission. The Museum is closed Mardi Gras Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.


● General Admission

● Transportation
● Food & Beverage
● Stage Door Canteen
● Final Mission Submarine Experience
● Beyond All Boundaries 4D Film

The Museum has one paid parking lot on Magazine Street, across from The American Sector, with entrances from Andrew Higgins and Magazine. Parking rates are: • 7 hours – $10.00 • 12 hours – $15.00 • 24 hours – $40.00
Additional paid lots and metered street parking are located throughout the area.

● All children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
● Voucher is valid for date of admission only.
● The 4-D film is not recommended for children under 10.

Additional Information
● Children under 5 and WWII veterans receive free entry to Museum with movie ticket additional cost.
● The Museum is fully accessible to all visitors. A limited number of wheelchairs are provided for use in the Museum at no charge.
● Located conveniently in the Solomon Victory Theater complex, the American Sector Restaurant offers generous portions, vintage cocktails and décor combining the best of old and new making it the perfect destination for lunch, dinner, snacks and spirits.

Cancellation Policy
Vouchers are valid for date of admission only. No refunds once the voucher is purchased online.
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  • Hyunah USA Sep 16 2017 08:21am

    The quick response

    Thank you for your quick response for my request.

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  • Maria Giraldo USA Aug 9 2017 11:05am

    Good deal.

    We very much enjoyed the museum, however this deal did not include the movie, which was a bummer.

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  • Yvonne Alexander USA Jul 27 2017 07:40am


    Was not told that second day tickets were only $6. Paid you all extra $35.

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  • Charles Summit, Mississippi, USA May 4 2017 02:30pm

    Awesome museum! Will go again!

    We had a wonderful time. Our only regret is that we didn't set enough time aside to see everything. Plan at least 6-8 hours if you want the full experience. They have not one, but TWO bombers hanging from the ceiling in there!!!

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  • Melissa Dallas, TX Mar 22 2017 12:10pm

    Not all attractions on here are discounted

    Was excited to find this site and get discounted tickets to the WWII museum which starts at $26 a person but there were no discounts to be had. However, I was able to locate a code from another site to receive 15% off at Trip Shock, which definitely helped. Got two tickets with tax for $47. Went on Sunday and the tickets worked fine. I do wish they would have a better ticket retrieval system, though. As it stands now, I not only have to print the tickets from Trip Shock for my attraction, but they include colored background and photos on the 2-page ticket that eats up printer ink. In this day and age, should be able to show ticket on phone. If not, ONE page in black and white would suffice. Don't need photos/images and colored backgrounds. I will use Trip Shock in the future, but do hope... read more

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  • Management Response, Mar 22 2017 12:44pm

    Melissa, Thank you for this review. Please note that WWII museum requires guests to print from all online ticket resellers, not just TripShock. We hope that this changes in the near future when the accounting system is upgraded.

  • Becky Louisburg, North Carolina, USA Jan 30 2017 11:30am

    Must visit .... WWII Museum

    Very much enjoyed spending a day at the museum. The special traveling exhibit "State of Deception -The Power of Nazi Propaganda" was eye opening. Learning from our history is so critical to insure we do not make the same mistakes and the museum does a great job at making this history come alive. It's focus on letting visitors experience event through the eyes of those who lived it is a big part of how they accomplish this.

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  • dave Easley, South Carolina, USA Apr 16 2016 03:04pm

    WWII - New Orleans, LA (NOLA)

    I would rate the museum as a 5, but the day my family was there, it was very crowded (not even a weekend, it was a Wednesday). Too crowded to really see many of the displays. The volume of people slowed the flow down. We were told the museum was going to be open an hour later. However, that only turned out to be the movie theater because they added another viewing. Which didn't help us since you are a given a movie viewing time when you get your museum entry ticket. So ours was set at the last normal viewing time (one before the specially added one) . After it was over, we had about 8 minutes to check out the Boeing center (not enough time at all) & then we were escorted out the door. What a disappointment.

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  • Corrina Kansas City, Missouri, USA Apr 4 2016 10:04am

    Fantastic experience at National WWII

    This was an amazing experience, and I feel we need to go back to NOLA just to spend another day there. Wear comfy shoes and be sure you pay for and watch the Tom Hanks Beyond All Boundaries film!

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  • Pat Spring Hill, Tennessee, USA Apr 2 2016 04:14pm

    Wonderful Experience

    We really enjoyed our tour of the museum and using tripshock. The best thing about purchasing tickets online was getting to skip the long lines for tickets and going straight to will call! The only con I have was wishing it had been more clear to go through "train ride" first to activate our "dog tags". I know there are other places to activate, but really didn't get that until we were leaving and then went on "train ride." Also, would have helped to have a map of the museum to follow so you can have a plan and thus, not miss any areas.

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  • Alice Farquhar-Mayes Meridian, Idaho, USA Feb 25 2016 11:10am


    A must see if you go to NOLA. But allow at least a full day - it's huge and everything seems worthy of your attention esp. if you are a WWII buff.

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