MUSEUM REOPENS!

The wait is over! The Museum officially reopened to the public on June 14, marking the Army’s 246th Birthday by welcoming visitors back inside the home of U.S. Army history. The Museum first opened on Veterans Day to popular and critical acclaim before temporarily closing on December 14 as a COVID-19 public health precaution. Now, the Museum joins the nation in getting back to business by safely opening to visitors from across the country. Once again, Americans will get their chance to see why this Museum was worth the wait.

Reserve Your Tickets

Free timed-entry tickets are required to visit the Museum and are available at thenmusa.org. Make sure you receive confirmation of your selected date and time before making other travel plans.

Book your event

The Museum is reopened for special events too! Host your next occasion surrounded by the treasures of U.S. Army history. For more information or to make a reservation, visit armyhistory.org/special-events.

A Safe Return

The Museum has public health measures in place for all visitors, volunteers, and staff. Before you visit, check the Museum’s website to learn about the current protocols helping you stay healthy and safe.

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