The National Infantry Museum is a state-of-the-art facility that tells the story of the United States Army Infantryman, from the fields of the American Revolution to the sands of Afghanistan. The museum houses an amazing display of artifacts from all eras of American history and contains numerous interactive multimedia exhibits, telling the story of our nation's past with the latest in technological innovation.
The museum's mission is simple: to honor Soldiers - past, present and future. With your donation, we are able to honor and remember the American heroes who have defended our freedom in the past and continue to do so today. Donate today and tell us about a Veteran that inspires you.
In addition to our galleries, the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center also consists of:
• Vietnam Memorial Plaza, featuring the Dignity Memorial Vietnam Wall
• Newly dedicated Global War on Terrorism Memorial
• World War II Company Street
• Memorial Walk of Honor
• Down Range Combat Simulators and Giant Screen Theater
• The Fife and Drum Restaurant
• The Soldier Store Gift Shop
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is operated by the National Infantry Museum Foundation, a private, non-profit organization. All operating costs are covered by your direct contributions through generous donations, museum memberships, paver sales, Down Range Combat Simulator tickets, and Giant Screen Theater tickets & concessions. With your donation, the National Infantry Museum Foundation is able to keep the history and legacy of the United States Infantry alive.
We are calling on you to help us again this year to reach our goal. There is much in store for the museum in 2018, and it would not be possible without your support.