Obviously this place is expected to have a lot of weapons, uniforms etc and it is all there. But they also tried to show the spirit of the times, put it into the historical context, express what the soldiers were going through and I think they did it very well.
And, yes, it's a free museum (a $5 donation is suggested but not required), so can't be more affordable.
One tip - you'll have to pass through some airport style security check (light version), so to save time - leave all stuff you don't need in your car.
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