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National Museum of the U . S . Army to open in June 2020 (and it will be free). Open every day except Christmas, the museum will feature everything from galleries detailing the Army ' s history to an experiential learning center for all ages that will include hands-on activities related to geography
The National Museum of the United States Army (NMUSA) is planned as the official museum for the history of the United States Army and is under construction just outside Washington, DC. The objectives of the museum are to honor America' s soldiers, preserve army history
Travelers looking to learn about U.S. military history will have a new (and free!) place to do so starting next year.
The National Museum of the United States Army — a project from the U.S. Army and the nonprofit Army Historical Foundation — will be open to the public on June 4, 2020, at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. The museum will be the first of its kind and aims to document the 244-year history of the Army, according to a, and will be free. It's currently under construction.
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Sneak peek: National Museum of the U . S . Army opening in 2020 .
We are building the National Museum of the United States Army ! It will be a magnificent state - of - the -art facility to honor American Soldiers and preserve the history of America’ s oldest military branch. It will be a special, central place where Soldiers and Army veterans and their families can
Open every day except Christmas, the museum will feature everything from galleries detailing the Army's history to an experiential learning center for all ages that will include hands-on activities related to geography, science, technology, engineering and math. The Army expects 750,000 guests during the museum's first year.
"The Army has served American citizens for 244 years, protecting the freedoms that are precious to all of us. Millions of people have served in the Army, and this museum gives us the chance to tell their stories to the public and show how they have served our nation and our people," acting Secretary of the Army Ryan D. McCarthy said in the same release.
You can't reserve tickets yet nor put your name on a waiting list, though more details will come early next year. Free timed-entry tickets will be used for crowd-control purposes.
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