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Guided Tours and Educational Programming

Educating the public on the role of the U.S. Army Infantryman

Guided Tours and Educational Programming

The National Infantry Museum’s primary focus is educating the public on the role of the U.S. Army Infantryman in securing the freedoms we all enjoy. The museum’s Education Department can help make the most of your visit through guided tours, educational materials, and public events designed to bring history alive in an unforgettable way. From classroom-based instruction to living history demonstrations, we can tailor your group’s interests to enhance the impact of the interactive exhibits at the museum. Our team of dedicated historians and educators have created several tour packages for students of all ages, JROTC groups, active-duty Servicemembers, Boy & Girl Scouts, homeschoolers, churches, and reunions.


Teaching Connection

School tours are designed based on the current curriculum standards of Georgia and Alabama. Each year, hundreds of students throughout the Southeast make field trips to the National Infantry Museum. The museum’s Education Department can customize a guided tour to complement your classroom lessons and activities.


Guided Tour Guidelines

  • Group tours consist of 10-150 people
  • 10:1 student/adult ratio required for school tours
  • Discount packages are available for films at the Giant Screen Theater and lunches
  • Tour requests should be submitted at least two weeks in advance of preferred date
  • ROTC and JROTC tours requests should be submitted at least two weeks in advance of preferred date

Scout Tour Guidelines

  • Scout tours consist of 10-150 people
  • Discount packages are available for films at the Giant Screen Theater and lunches
  • Tour and campground requests should be submitted at least two weeks in advance of preferred date
    Grade Level of Scout Two Adults per Group Size of Additional Adults for each number of minors
    K-grade 1 6 4
    Grade 2-3 8 6
    Grade 4-8 12 10
    Grade 9-12 15 12

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Educational Programming & Living History

Beyond tours of the galleries, there are several opportunities for you to interact with Veterans, including Adult Living History events and the Youth Leadership Series. Check our Calendar of Events to see what’s up next!

Summer Camp Benning and Mini Camps

Kids love spending the Summer learning about what it takes to be a U.S. Army Soldier! Registration for Summer Camp Benning is now open. The museum also offers quarterly mini-camps for ages 5-11. Our next Mini Camp is Labor Day, Monday, September 5. Learn More


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