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National Museum of the Marine Corps

  • Address:
    18900 Jefferson Davis Highway
    Triangle, VA 22172
  • Toll-Free:
    (877) 653-1775
  • Phone:
    (703) 221-1581
  • Fax:
    (703) 221-2988
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The National Museum of the Marine Corps is a lasting tribute to U.S. Marines — past, present, and future. On a 135-acre site adjacent to the Marine Corps base in Quantico, the Museum’s soaring design evokes the image of the flag-raisers of Iwo Jima.  Its 210-foot spire is an easily recognizable landmark for residents and visitors in Fairfax County.  Inside, the 118,000-square-foot structure houses world-class exhibits using innovative technology to convey the 230-year history of the Corps. The museum is designed not only to tell the story of the Corps, however, but to convey it, through an immersive, multi-sensory experience.