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

More Than A Venue

Corporate retreats, elegant weddings, private ceremonies and more…see why the National Infantry Museum has become one of Georgia’s premier event destinations!


World-Class Museum and World-Class Venue


On-Site & Off-Site Catering

World-class service provided by the museum’s exclusive caterer, It’s Your Day Catering


Presentation Technology

Integrated audio-visual equipment and portable systems available to make your event unforgettable 


Preferred Vendor List

Choose from our trusted list of local premium service providers 

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Weddings at the National Infantry Museum


Meetings at the National Infantry Museum


Formals at the National Infantry Museum


Reunions at the National Infantry Museum


Team Building at the National Infantry Museum


Prom Night at the National Infantry Museum

Unforgettable Venue

The museum’s Events Department has experience from planning a Pinterest-worthy wedding to
coordinating military reunions from across the nation. But don’t take our word for it…here is what others have said!

What People Are Saying

“Thank you so much for your efforts and energy you gave towards my special day! We loved every minute of our reception at the National Infantry Museum and cannot thank you enough!”

Julia Pleasants

NIM Bride

“My promotion ceremony was a phenomenal success due directly to the hard work, professionalism, and preparation by the Events Department, and these sentiments were echoed by each of my family members and friends that attended the ceremony.”

LTC Mel E. Sanders

U.S. Army

Comet Line Memorial Dedication

Comet Line Memorial Dedication

If you are an avid reader, or read historical fiction, you may have read or heard about the New York Times best seller and Wall Street Journal Best Book of the year, The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah. It tells a story of heroism, courage, and sacrifice of two sisters,...

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Zero To Hero – From Bullied Kid To Warrior

Zero To Hero – From Bullied Kid To Warrior

A new book by Medal of Honor recipient Al Lynch. Please join us at The National Infantry Museum on Thursday, May 2, 2019 in the Giant Screen theater:   5:30p.m. Meet-the-Author and book signing 6:30p.m. Presentation   Mr. Lynch's memoir tells an inspiring story, from...

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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.

Events Blog

From OCS formals to unforgettable weddings, the museum’s events team is blogging about what it takes to put on a top-notch event at the National Infantry Museum. See what they have to say!

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