Open Tuesday-Saturday: 9am-5pm; Sunday: 11am-5pm | Free Admission, $5 Suggested Donation. We are will be open Monday, May 29 on Memorial Day.

Last 100 Yards Ramp

Last 100 Yards Ramp

The Last 100 Yards Ramp I Am the Infantry, Follow Me! Gallery Index At the National Infantry Museum, your journey through time begins with an emotional march into the past. Since its formation in 1775, it has been said that the United States Army Infantry has owned...
Fort Benning and Columbus Connections Gallery

Fort Benning and Columbus Connections Gallery

Fort Benning and Columbus Connections Gallery How Soldiers are made and the special relationship between Columbus and Fort Benning Gallery Index As you exit the Last 100 Yards, the unmistakable sound of a drill sergeant draws you instantly into the Fort Benning...
The International Stage: 1898-1920

The International Stage: 1898-1920

The International Stage: 1898-1920 Spanish-American War, Philippine Insurrection, World War I Gallery Index At the turn of the 19th century, European powers were confronted with the challenge of modernity. The rise of nationalism conflicted with the old notion of...
World at War: 1920-1947

World at War: 1920-1947

World at War: 1920-1947 Rise of Fascism, European and Pacific Theaters, Holocaust Liberation Containing the largest collection of artifacts on display in the museum, the World at War gallery tells the story of World War II.  A series of audio-visual presentations will...
The Cold War: 1947-1989

The Cold War: 1947-1989

The Cold War: 1947-1989 Korean War, Vietnam War, Operation Urgent Fury, the Berlin Wall Gallery Index The second half of the 20th century was dominated by severe political, economic and military tension between the world’s two superpowers: the United States and the...
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