The Phase IV expansion of the National World War II Museum added 69,200 square feet to the facility. Built of precast concrete, glass and 30-gauge steel, Phase IV is part of a nine-phase expansion program. Highlights of the museum’s new addition include the Solomon Victory Theater, Stage Door Canteen and American Sector Restaurant. High-end components are showcased throughout, including Brazilian teak hardwood floors, chain-link welded mesh finishes and extensive use of stainless steel. The museum offers thousands of artifacts related ... More

Architect: Voorsanger Mathes

Owner: World War II Museum

Cost: 42 M

New Orleans, LA