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The doors opened on 16 August 2000, the 60th anniversary of the original Test Platoon’s first parachute jump. The museum offers free admission, a main exhibit gallery, temporary gallery, four-story tall theater, a gift shop, and a motion simulator...more
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Whether you are a military history buff or just love America, you can't miss this stop when you come to Fayetteville. In fact, if you are driving up I-95, considering taking a short detour (less than 10 minutes off the exit) to stop in to...More
Very interesting museum of special ops. The museum is free with donations encouraged. There also was a WWII vet that was going to be 100 next week that you could talk to. Tons of exhibits. You can easily spend 3-4 hours here reading all the...More
Well worth the time spent here. Great history of Airborne and Special Ops. Can spend 2 hours easy. Free admission, self guided tour, plenty to read, plenty of artifacts to see. Gift shop has several cool items. K9 Memorial is very touching outside in front....More
This museum has the history of special ops told in many interesting ways. You can spend hours here. Best of all was talking to WWII vet who volunteers on Sundays. He was US Army Air Corp and will be 100 years old in a few...More
Free with a recommended $5 donation. This museum is in downtown Fayetteville and NOT on Fort Bragg (I believe others are confusing it with the much smaller 82nd Airborne Division Museum on Ft Bragg).
Very well done museum, with realistic displays and presentations. In the...More