The U.S. Army announced the National Museum of the United States Army will postpone its June 4 public opening due to COVID-19 impacting some exhibit gallery finishing work. The Museum will open when the conditions can ensure the health and safety of Museum visitors and staff, and the Museum is ready to begin daily operations.
The Museum shines a unique light on the symbiotic relationship between Army and society, highlighting the Army’s direct influence on our nation socially, technologically, scientifically, financially, and culturally. The Museum will immerse visitors in 245 years of American Soldiers’ experiences. With its various galleries, 300+ degree multi-sensory theater, fully interactive Experiential Learning Center, cutting edge simulation and virtual reality experiences, shopping, and gourmet café, this incredible destination will be exciting for guests of all interests and ages. Though admission will be free, you will need a timed-ticket to secure entry.
- Reduced Occupancy/Occupancy Limits:
- Single Point Entry:
- Hand Wash/Sanitizer Stations:
- Masks Required-Staff:
- Masks Required-Guest:
- Admission Fee: Free
- Operating Hours: 9am-5pm
- Reservation Required:
- Gift Shop/Shopping On Site:
- Restrooms Onsite:
- Motorcoach/Bus Parking:
- Food Served: On-site food court
- Handicap accessible:
- Hearing services available:
- Distance to Nearest Metro Station (mileage): 5
- Nearest Metro Station: Franconia-Springfield
- Metro Line(s): Blue
- Additional Metro Info: Bus line to come.
National Museum of the United States Army Meeting Facility
- Number of Rooms: 6
- Largest Room: 8600