Learn more about Army history and traditions through education programs and activities which explore the accomplishments, sacrifices, and commitment of American Soldiers.
Connect with resources especially curated for the military community and explore the Museum “At Ease” on days with enhanced visitor accommodations.
Public programs are free. Explore program details below.
Explore the Museum “At Ease” with enhanced visitor accommodations.
Join Museum staff for presentations on the Army’s history at home and abroad. Every month, we explore a specific battle, campaign, or other event from the U.S. Army’s remarkable past, using maps and period images. These free programs are live-streamed from the Museum.
Hear from scholars, journalists, and historians offering in-depth examinations of Army history. Every month, the Museum invites authors of recent books on Army and military history to discuss their work with the public. These free programs are live-streamed from the Museum.
Bring your family to the Museum! We offer programs for all ages and learning levels.
Join Museum curators for in-depth discussions highlighting Army history and artifacts in the Museum’s galleries.
The Museum offers programming for groups of all ages. Pick from a variety of options and reserve a program that fits your group’s interest.
Explore local battlefields and historic places with a National Army Museum educator and other guides. Participants meet at the location for an outdoor guided hike.
Join Museum staff and visiting scholars in discussions about the history of the United States Army.
Connecting the military community with education and veteran benefits resources.
The Museum offers multi-day, detailed explorations of U.S. Army history through a series of presentations by noted military historians, curators, and educators.