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All reviews buffalo soldiers on display great exhibits korean war chronological order beautiful collection interesting visit united states of america historical items world war ii a small gift shop worth a visit great place to visit wealth of knowledge free admission few hours take pictures
We went here as our 10 year old son is interested in anything military. We liked how it started out with the civil war and worked through military history. So many pieces of memorabilia and the docents were full of information and excited to answer...More
My husband I went with our 16 & 9 year old. It’s was surprisingly very cool and informative experience. We are not a military savvy family however it was a great experience a lot more to offer when you pass the double doors. Something affordable,...More
The price to see the Museum of Military History was $18 and well worth it at that price - before you go in there are items of memorabilia to purchase if you wish.
This has been very well thought out and the display is excellent,...More
This is nicely laid out and starts with the American Civil War and goes right up to the Korean War and Vietnam. It has lots of interesting exhibits and uniforms and is extremely interesting to visit if you are interested in military history.
Visited with my son who is very interested in war and the military. The exhibit was great and interesting. My son had a great time watching authentic items from different wars and countries. The staff was knowledgeable and very friendly and happy to answer questions....More
Went w/2 small children. Very informative! We had a great time. They were never bored. Museum was small but they put a lot of time into it and the displays were excellent! Nice get away from the “tourist traps”. Well worth the trip
Great value, very inexpensive, discounts for all...ask for a guide; they're informative and you won't miss anything and there isn't a charge..they love their job(possibly volunteers) and they knew many things that we didn't know