When you visit Phillip Island, do not miss the National Vietnam Veterans Museum. The NVVM seeks to remember, interpret and understand the experience of the veterans of the Vietnam conflict and the enduring impact of the war on society.
The museum is home to a huge collection of artefacts interpreted with information, imagery and audio visual devices. It will keep you, your family and friends engaged for the length of your visit.
Starting with the holographic light and sound show, helping visitors understand the significance of Australian military involvement by outlining the causes and consequences of the conflict. You can then investigate this era by seeing it through the eyes of Vietnam Veterans. See the conscription ballot balls and lottery barrel used in the system of National Service. Walk beneath and around helicopters, a tank, even a bomber used in Vietnam.
Endlessly fascinating and absorbing, no matter what age group. Allow a minimum of 90 minutes for your visit. The Nui Dat Café serves light refreshments while the Museum shop sells unique memorabilia. This is an all-weather venue. National Vietnam Veterans Museum is child friendly. It also has wheelchair access and disabled facilities.
Due to current health advice on social distancing, please contact the business for the most up to date information regarding opening times and services.
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Single adult $15, concession $12, group bookings $10 per person. Family ticket – 2 adults and 3 children $40.