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

Museum Attractions

The National Infantry Museum’s mission of honoring Soldiers has three components: educating the public about our military’s valorous legacy, preserving their personal stories and priceless artifacts, and providing unique recreational opportunities for the military and civilian communities to enjoy the liberties earned by the sacrifice of our nation’s heroes. From giant screen adventures to authentic combat simulations to dining in style at our full-service restaurant and bar, learn more about ways you can maximize a trip to the museum.


Located inside the main lobby, the Giant Screen Theater features the biggest screen in the region and a selection of the most immersive films released.


From the full service experience of The Fife and Drum Restaurant & Bar to the grab-and-go selections at the Rally Point Canteen theater concessions stand, enjoy a full day of fun on any budget.

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Soldier Store

No museum visit is complete without a stroll through the gift store. The Soldier Store, operated by the iconic military supply retailer and mail order supplier Ranger Joe’s, is located in the museum lobby.

Inside, explore a wide range of gifts, souvenirs and supplies to choose from, including many with the unique National Infantry Museum logo.

Shipping: Did you find something in the Soldier Store during your visit that you didn’t grab when you had the chance or couldn’t fit it in your luggage on the way home? Our staff at the Soldier Store will be happy to ship your items home for you.


DownRange Combat Simulators

The virtual reality experience puts you in the boots of a Soldier as you experience a simulated Non-Combative Evacuation Operation (NEO) mission. Experience the adrenaline rush of riding or flying in as an Infantry Soldier and provide cover-fire for your friends and family. Our DownRange Combat Simulators will give you an idea what service members do every day, and why they deserve our respect and gratitude. More Info