US FREEDOM PAVILION: THE BOEING CENTER:
Please note that due to installation of the Bollinger Canopy of Peace, the patio and main entrance to US Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center may be closed to the public. During this time, there will be a temporary alternate side entrance. The interior of the pavilion will not be affected.
The US Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center is the largest building on The National WWII Museum campus — a dramatic architectural statement paying tribute to the 16 million Americans who served in all branches of the US Armed Forces.
Imagine your event in this expansive space. Welcome up to 650 guests for a beautiful seated dinner or 1,000 for receptions and theater-style events. World War II aircraft soar dramatically overhead — including the Boeing B-17 “Flying Fortress,” a SBD Dauntless and the TBM Avenger — with elevated “catwalks” providing eye-level views. Vast LED screens enable dramatic video presentations.
Another highlight of the US Freedom Pavilion is the interactive submarine experience Final Mission: The USS Tang Experience. Based on the last war patrol of the USS Tang in the Pacific Theater, visitors man the positions and perform the battle actions of the actual crew members as the sub engages the Japanese Imperial Naval Forces.
Host your event in this prestigious pavilion surrounded by the epic story of the war that changed the world.
For more information, contact our event specialist at 504-528-1944 x 236, click on the Request Information link and fill out the form, or email firstname.lastname@example.org.