About the Museum
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center holds a collection of more than 70,000 artifacts from the last 240 years of American military history. As a leading military history destination, the museum offers permanent exhibitions, monuments, interactive exhibits and video presentations that explore this history. Visitors of all ages can experience the American Infantryman’s journey throughout the world. The museum aims to honor soldiers by educating the public about the military’s legacy, preserving personal stories and artifacts, and providing unique recreational opportunities for both the military and civilian communities. The museum is also home to an archive that holds over 100,000 diverse historical artifacts from all periods of military history.
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