The Wright Museum is the region's leading resource for educators and learners of all ages interested in the Second World War. The museum shares its rich collection of artifacts through dozens of exhibits that illustrate the American WWII experience.
A visit to the Wright Museum is an ideal introduction to or culmination of your WWII instructional unit. Call the Wright Museum today at 603/569-1212 to learn more and schedule your class visit today! You may also e-mail us at
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The Wright Museum Experience
"Check out the tank!", "Incredible experience," and "You help keep the past alive" are just a few of the quotes heard from the thousands of students, grades 3 through 12, who have toured the museum over the past 16 years .
Tours begin with a brief orientation lecture and video to introduce or reinforce the broader historical context of the museum's exhibits.
During the course of their tour, visitors of all ages come away with a fuller understanding of the values, sacrifices and spirit of cooperation that contributed to the Allied victory.
Volunteers, many of whom served during the war or who can recall their Home Front experiences, assist with tours. Grade-appropriate materials are given to instructors with pre-tour and post-tour study suggestions.
For more information about how you can integrate a museum visit into your U.S. History/WWII unit, please call 603/569-1212.