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My husband and I visited on a day when the malitia black powder demonstration was happening. There were also demonstrations of spinning wool, embroidery, and numerous others. The people doing the demonstrations were knowledgeable and friendly. We also walked the 1.5 miles through the woods...More
I randomly stumbled upon this place when going to reserve a shelter with the City of Gastonia Parks Dept (which is in the same building). It was free and very educational. I ended up taking my husband and son back for them to see also....More
We stumbled upon this place last year and continue to take friends and family there. If you have any curiosity about any of the wars our country has fought in you'll find answers here. The staff (all veterans I think) have a incredible wealth of...More
This military museum covers many aspects of recent American wars and military life. The relics and displays conjure up memories in military veterans and is a must see for those who know little of America's military history. It is very worthwhile the time.
I was there and was able to get a tour with one of the Legion members that take care of the museum. It's a small venue but very nice. It was worth the time. It's not one of those well known places it's like a...More
Displays of uniforms, medals and weapons from wars, along with flags, magazines and all kinds of misc items - also has a large model collection of ships, planes, tanks and other military vehicles from all wars. You wouldn't believe what is packed into this building!...More