Still a work in progress, the Central Florida WW2 Museum was founded in 2005 for the
purpose of building a living memorial to the men and women who fought to preserve liberty
in history's greatest conflict.
Our goal is to create a link to the past through the use of state of the art interactive exhibits
featuring artifacts and veteran histories in combination with living history.
Members of the 2nd Rangers Re-enacted
Learn how the Museum will become the next
great cultural institution. Read On...
As a cultural institution, the Museum will
work to teach new generations about the
most critical time in world history.
History for the 21st Century. Read On...
|All projects will be made possible by the generous support of our donors.
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Created to preserve the legacy of our
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|The Traveling Heroes Exhibit
|Although the Central Florida WW2 Museum is very much a work in progress not yet open
to the public, it collects and displays artifacts through the Traveling Heroes Exhibit. The
Traveling Heroes Exhibit was created to fulfill the need to educate the public about the
struggles and sacrifices made by ordinary Americans to bring Victory in World War II.
Through the Traveling Heroes Exhibit, we are able to share history with a public that has
become vaguely familiar with this nation's recent history.
This exhibit has been showcased at schools in addition to private and public events.
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|The Central Florida WW2 Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation.
Your contribution is tax-deductible within the limits prescribed by law.