Quantico, Virginia: U.S. Marine Corps MuseumA $90 million extravaganza known for its "immersive" exhibits: get yelled at by a drill instructor; join battle in Iwo Jima, North Korea, Vietnam!
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National Museum of the Marine Corps
Outside the museum is a walking trail with monuments every few yards dedicated to a Marine, or group of Marines, from a particular era or battle. Inside, the exhibits are arranged chronologically, through the Korean War. There are life-size immersive scenes as well as miniatures, and examples of equipment and vehicles with many planes and helicopters hanging from the ceiling.
A couple of areas are designed for children but they don't shy away from the realities of war.
There is also a piece of the Pentagon and a beam from the World Trade Center that you are encouraged to touch.[skk, 02/14/2017]
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