Open Tuesday-Saturday: 9am-5pm; Sunday: 11am-5pm | Free Admission, $5 Suggested Donation

Available Room Rentals

Available Rooms and Services

Since opening in 2009, the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center has proven itself to be Columbus’s most desirable venue for events. Our 190,000-square-foot facility can accommodate a wide variety of public and private events, from intimate gatherings in our Continental Room, to day-long corporate meetings in Heritage Hall, to dreamy weddings in our Cavezza Hall, to birthday parties complete with a Giant Screen film!

Check out our e-book for full details on each available rental space.

Interior Rental Spaces


Exterior Rental Spaces

Common Requests

Catering is provided by It’s Your Day Catering, one of the premier caterers in Columbus, known for quality meals and top-notch staff. The staff will create your ideal meal within budget, crafting a menu to impress every guest. The Fife and Drum Restaurant is also available for private events.

Down Range Combat Simulators can be rented for private events and are great for team building. Carry out missions as a team in our Humvee simulator or compete against your friends on our virtual rifle range. Pair it with a docent-led guided tour for the full museum experience!

Private Screenings at the Giant Screen Theater are sure to make any event a truly memorable experience. Choose from any of our fascinating documentaries or blockbuster Hollywood films, or ask about special programming for private rentals.

Audio-Visual Equipment is installed in many of our event spaces, with portable systems available. We can accommodate a wide variety of programming, from musical performances to PowerPoints and high-definition presentations.

The Last 100 Yards Ramp and Fort Benning Gallery can remain open for your guests to enjoy after hours. The Last 100 Yards Ramp – our signature exhibit – features life-sized dioramas of seven major battles throughout American history. The Fort Benning Gallery details the training that our soldiers go through on post and explains the relationship between the Army and the civilian community of Columbus.

All funds solicited for special projects, museum enhancements and operational costs are made by the National Infantry Museum Foundation, a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization tasked with operating and maintaining the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center.

Rate Us On

X