Immerse yourself in Pacific War history. The National Museum of the Pacific War is the only museum in the continental U.S. solely dedicated to telling the story of WW II in the Pacific. This museum honors millions of Americans who stood for freedom and democracy to defeat the enemy in WW II. The museum spans 6 acres and more than 55,000 square feet that include the Admiral Nimitz Gallery, George H. W. Bush Gallery, Pacific Combat Zone, Plaza of Presidents, Japanese Garden of Peace and the Memorial Courtyard. Next stop will be for lunch at Andy’s Grille. After lunch we will meet our step-on guide and do a bus tour of historic Fredericksburg. The step-on guide will give us an introduction to the rich history of the old homes and buildings in the Historic District. Many of the homes are built with the native limestone of Gillespie County and a few log cabins and homes using the German architecture of fachwerk are still standing. We will also see the unique Sunday houses on the tour. Cost includes motor coach transportation, lunch, admission fees and tips.