Lunchbox Lectures

Delivered by local and national scholars, these hour-long lectures are presented once a month on Wednesdays at noon.

The National WWII Museum has presented more than 200 Lunchbox Lectures free to the public since 2000. Delivered by local and national scholars, these hour-long lectures are presented once a month on Wednesdays at noon. The lectures are free, so bring your lunch and learn some WWII history.

Recent Lunchbox Lectures:

Kimberly Guise, "75th Anniversary of Bataan"

Lunchbox Lecture: Weird War II

07/07/2021 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Join Rusty Nix, Communications Manager of the former Virginia WWI and WWII Commemoration Commission, as he dives into the weirder and wilder side of the war you THOUGHT you knew and discusses some of the most incredible and bizarre stories of World War II.