Using a real world scenario, visitors and students will gain new skills in Geography, Science, Technology, Engineering and Math (G-STEM) through high-tech, simulated Army training.
Scheduled groups will move to the Learning Lab to work collaboratively and utilize their new skills to help the Army respond to a humanitarian crisis, Operation Safe Passage, facilitated by Museum educators. This experience must be scheduled in advance.
Virtual Field Trips connect students to the Museum all without leaving their desks. During these lessons, students engage in the Army’s history through artifacts, primary sources, and Soldiers’ Stories.
Explore the Museum’s free digital resources including lesson plans, Soldiers’ Stories, videos, hands-on activities, and much more! Our digital resources are designed for educators and students of all ages and cover every era of Army history.
The diverse makeup of the United States Army is one of its greatest assets. When Soldiers of different races, ethnicities, religions, sexual orientations, and other identities unite for a common mission, the result is a stronger and more effective force. Explore the diverse history of the U.S. Army through various heritage month resources.
Scout workshops capitalize on the Museum’s content to support Scouts on their path towards Merit Badge completion. During these workshops, Scouts will complete many of the requirements necessary to earn a Merit Badge.
The Traveling Rucksack Program is an outreach program used to promote life as a Soldier as well as history, diversity, and innovation. The program brings artifacts to the classroom and uses the Jigsaw method to engage students in collaborative, hands-on, and higher-level thinking skills through primary sources.
Explore the Museum and complete a scavenger hunt to learn more about Army history. Both digital and physical scavenger hunts are available.