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Fort MacArthur Museum

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Vicki
Vicki
May 01, 2016
From the World War period, a small museum that discusses local history. You can also learn about all of the hidden tunnels that are under our city that go for miles.
James
James
January 25, 2016
History of the Los Angeles Harbor defenses during WW2.
Joleen
Joleen
February 28, 2013
The museum is underground in one of the abandoned batteries and loaded with artifacts from 1914 through 1974 when this was the main military post guarding the Los Angeles Harbor.

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3601 South Gaffey Street
Los Angeles, CA 90731
Téléphone+1 310-241-0846
Site webftmac.org
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