Learn more about our signature community events
Upcoming Museum Events Open to the Public
Throughout the year, the museum hosts a variety of community events! Join us for our next family-friendly activity on the calendar!
Third Saturday Tours & Meet a Vet | August – May: Join us for our Third Saturday Tours at the National Infantry Museum. Enjoy Docent-led tours through key galleries for only $6 per person. We will also offer Meet A Vet on the third Saturday of each month. This is a great opportunity to interact and hear firsthand accounts from the Soldiers who were there. Enjoy weapons displays, memorabilia and oral history. Learn more here.
Holiday Ornament & Coffee Klatsch | Saturday, December 2, 2017: Join us on December 2nd to create a NIM themed, holiday decoration. Enjoy a light breakfast and create vintage crafts on World War II Company Street. $15 per person. Learn more here.
Breakfast with Santa at WWII Company Street | Saturday, December 9, 2017: Please join us on Saturday, December 9th, enjoy a light breakfast, with a vintage Santa Claus and holiday crafts in the Mess Hall on World War II Company Street. Bring your camera for pictures with the jolly old elf and the Kelly Zeroes. Two time slots available: 9am – 11am or 11am to 1pm. Learn more here.
All Aboard! The Polar Express! | Beginning December 9, 2017: The Polar Express 3D is returning to the Giant Screen Theater inside the National Infantry Museum every weekend beginning December 9, 2017! This family favorite event is brought to you by our title sponsor, Dr. Mark Lawrence! Learn more here.
Holidays on the Homefront Mini Camp | Saturday, December 16, 2017: On Saturday, December 16, there’ll be a Holidays on the Homefront Mini Camp for kids ages 5-11. Games, holiday film, hot chocolate & more! $10 per camper. Learn more here.
NIM Kids Free Winter Film Fest | Beginning December 26, 2017: Looking for something to do with the kids during Winter Break? NIM Kids is hosting the 2017 NIM Kids Film Fest (Winter Edition) December 26 through January 6. The films are FREE to the public! Learn more here.