This unique museum exhibits scenes from U.S, British, German and
Russian soldiers. The Home Front (1940s living room) is also depicted with
a Rosie the Riveter reading letters from her soldier. WAAC/Red Cross display
with several uniforms, a Wall of Honor with 250+ photos of our veterans,
and many other artifacts will capture your imagination.
First Saturday in May through the last Sunday in October
Saturday hours: 11:00 am - 4:00 pm
Sunday hours: 1:00 on - 4:00 pm
By appointment throughout the year
304-454-9232 or 304-329-1240
Extended days/hours during Festivals & Special Events
On Trac Community Since 2009.
World War II Museum - Szilagyi Center
Free for WWII Veterans
$4.00 Seniors (65+) and Teens (11-20)
$2.00 Children (6-10)
Special rates for schools and groups
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Review on Trip Advisor
“We enjoy visiting small museums and we're delighted to find this one! The full name of this museum is the "Greatest Generation" World War Two Museum. It was founded by a couple originally from Belgium whose parents had experienced the ravages of WWII. They amassed an impressive collection of uniforms, arms and personal items for display in the museum. One particular item was a rifle with one of the earliest night vision scopes. The uniforms are worn by mannequins with each mannequin having a unique face, head and hands created by the owner. The mannequins are very realistic!
K.C. Annapolis, MD