Vanuatu hit by multiple
disasters
.

First it was Covid-19
then Cyclone Harold
plays havoc. (story)

New display item for
the Museum.

The Museum receives its
first scale model from
Australia. (story)

#HelloMrHanks

The Museum appeals to
Hollywood star for his
support. (story)

New Project Office
Manager
starts today.

Lenkon Tokon appointed to
senior Museum role in
Luganville. (story)

Pacific Dive takes 
the plunge.

Local Luganville dive
centre donates to
the Museum. (story)

LCM joins as a
Navara Sponsor.

Espiritu Santo’s premier
retail group joins the
Museum family. (story)

Due to the Covid-19 outbreak, the South Pacific WWII Museum will remain closed until June 1

Creating a legacy

Bradley Wood, Founding Chairman of the South Pacific World War II Museum,  describes the plans for the construction of the museum in Luganville, the main town on Espiritu Santo, Vanuatu and the role he sees the museum playing.

Where to find us

The South Pacific World War II Museum will be built on
the island of Espiritu Santo, one of 82 that make up the
Pacific Island nation of Vanuatu. Zoom in to see where
that is on the map.

Come and experience Espiritu Santo