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1775 Liberty Dr Fort Belvoir

National Museum of the United States Army
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The National Museum of the U.S. Army will be the the Army's national landmark and will provide the only comprehensive portrayal of Army history and traditions.



Admission is FREE, but tickets are required to enter the Museum to ensure the most enjoyable visitor experience.

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Stow Before You Go

Visitors will be screened through metal detectors when entering the Museum. Visitors are encouraged to not bring unessential bags into the Museum building. Visitors arriving by bus are encouraged to leave their bags on their bus. For those who must bring in bags, please limit the size.

Document Your Visit!

The Museum encourages you to take photos for personal use (and share them!) However, tripods, monopods, and selfie sticks are not permitted without prior approval. Members of the media should contact the Museum’s Public Affairs Office for photography or filming requests.

We're Here to Help

Volunteers are located throughout the building to help our visitors have a great experience. Please ask for assistance.


There is no charge for parking. Parking at the Museum is for visitors, volunteers, and staff only. The lot will be closed during non-operating hours. Buses may drop off their passengers using the bus loop directly in front of the Museum entrance.

Tobacco-Free Campus

The Museum Store sells first-aid items such as aspirin and bandages. For serious injuries or illnesses, please contact the nearest security officer for assistance.

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