Free tickets will be required. For more information, visit The Army Historical Foundation’s Opening Day website.Learn More
As the Army’s national landmark, the National Army Museum is an enduring effort to tell the Army’s story and honor the accomplishments, sacrifices and commitment of American Soldiers.Plan Your Visit
The National Museum of the United States Army is always looking for artifact donations to add to our expansive collection. If you have artifacts you'd like to donate, please click below!Artifact Donations
The Experiential Learning Center (ELC) offers a unique and immersive learning space for all visitors to develop skills and have fun with Geography, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (G-STEM). By focusing on Army history and innovations, the ELC provides a state-of-the-art hands-on experience for all ages.Experience More
The National Museum of the United States Army will celebrate over 240 years of Army history and honor our nation’s Soldiers – past, present and future – the regular Army, the Army Reserve and the Army National Guard.
The Museum is open daily for all guests. We are closed December 25. Click the link to find more information about our hours.Hours of Operations
Admission is FREE, but tickets are required to enter the Museum to ensure the most enjoyable visitor experience. Click the link to find out how to reserve yours!Reserve your tickets
The museum is located right outside our nation's capital. Find out how to get here and experience the museum.Directions & Parking
How do you contact us at the museum? There are many ways and different departments, find which method you're looking for here.Contact Information
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