Add a Visit to the Pritzker Military Museum & Library to Your Fall Bucket List

September 28, 2020

For many, back-to-school time brings to mind images of supply shopping and syllabuses—a time for new beginnings and new things to learn. In that spirit, a trip to the Pritzker Military Museum & Library has plenty for visitors to take in and learn, whether or not you’re going to class this autumn. 

Their current exhibit, The Allied Race To Victory: The Air, Land, and Sea Campaigns that Ended WWII, for example, considers the second World War after America’s entry through Allied victory, both in Europe and in the Pacific. From an overview for those who are new to studying the conflict through details and artifacts for visitors with an existing passion for this period in history, anyone can come to the museum and come away having learned something new. 

Prefer to stay at home to teach yourself something new? Check out their Virtual Tour to take in the museum from the couch. Paired with the ample information you’ll find on The Allied Race To Victory and more throughout their site, you’ll have all the fun of learning about the past without the homework or required readings from your high school days.