Annual Meeting Dinner Information

Take "A Trip in Time" during this year's Annual Meeting Dinner at the World War II Museum!

Annual Meeting Dinner Details

Date: Thursday, November 12, 2015
Time: 5:30pm - 7:30pm
The National World War II Museum - U.S. Freedom Pavilion
945 Magazine Street
New Orleans, LA 70130

Shuttle Buses are provided and will depart the hotel beginning at 5:15pm. The shuttles will be available at the Museum as early as 6:30pm for people wishing to return to the hotel.

NADCO will be holding the 2015 Annual Meeting dinner at The National World II Museum in the U.S. Freedom Pavilion. Attendees will be able to tour the U.S. Freedom Pavilion, enjoy a buffet dinner with a mix of traditional New Orleans and Americana cuisine, and watch Beyond All Boundaries in the Solomon Victory Theater. This is not just an average dinner, it is a World War II experience. Make sure to take the time to enjoy all that the museum and theater have to offer!

The US Freedom Pavilion: The Boeing Center is the largest building on The National WWII Museum campus — a dramatic architectural statement paying tribute to the 16 million Americans who served in all branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.

World War II aircraft soar dramatically overhead — including the Boeing B-17 “Flying Fortress,” a SBD Dauntless and the TBM Avenger — with elevated “catwalks” providing eye-level views. Vast LED screens enable dramatic video presentations.

Another highlight of the US Freedom Pavilion is the interactive submarine experience FINAL MISSION: The USS Tang. Based on the last war patrol of the USS Tangin the Pacific Theater, visitors man the positions and perform the battle actions of the actual crew members as the sub engages the Japanese Imperial Naval Forces.

Beyond All Boundaries, showing exclusively in The National WWII Museum’s Solomon Victory Theater, is a 4D journey through the war that changed the world. Narrated by executive producer Tom Hanks, Beyond All Boundaries features dazzling effects, CGI animation, multi-layered environments and first-person accounts from the trenches to the Home Front read by Brad Pitt, Tobey Maguire, Gary Sinise, Patricia Clarkson, Wendell Pierce and more.

Photo courtesy of The National World War II Museum

Photo courtesy of The National World War II Museum