Thursday, September 24, 2009

World War II Museum in Natick, MA

In today's Boston Globe, there is an article on a WWII museum in Natick:
World War II ended 64 years ago, but it comes to life every time Kenneth Rendell turns on the lights inside a squat, nondescript building in Natick. Amid the glitz of nearby shopping centers, the exterior is purposely plain to protect the anonymity of the place and its treasure - an evocative and jaw-dropping collection of more than 6,000 wartime artifacts Rendell has gathered over four decades.
You can read the rest of the article here.

The museum website to schedule a visit can be found here.

Sounds like a place to take Jerry sometime!

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