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Macarthur Memorial Museum

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Marianne
Marianne
June 4, 2020
Where else can you visit the late great General MacArthur! NORFOLK of course! There is also an entire downtown Norfolk walking trail that takes you to all the historic features.
Mary
Mary
August 31, 2019
Old Norfolk Town Hall now is the MacArthur Memorial and Museum. Great place for history lovers.
Kathleen
Kathleen
August 10, 2019
It’s Norfolk’s old City Hall and it’s been turned into a museum commemorating the life of five-star general Douglas MacArthur. Attracts visitors from all over the world.
Mark
Mark
July 27, 2015
Where else can you visit the late great General MacArthur! NORFOLK of course! There is also an entire downtown Norfolk walking trail that takes you to all the historic features.
Justin
Justin
May 18, 2015
I came here as a kid, so I imagine other people want to do that too!

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Ubicación
198 Bank St
Norfolk, VA 23510
Teléfono(757) 441-2965