A Place To Remember

The National Infantry Museum & Soldier Center is a place to remember. Experience 239 years of the Infantryman's service and sacrifice in immersive exhibits that put you in the fight for the last 100 yards.

Vietnam Memorial Plaza

A permanent memorial for the 58,000 Patriots who gave the ultimate sacrifice during the Vietnam War and a place of reflection for Vietnam Veterans and their families.

More Than Just A Museum

Experience the NIM Combat Simulators, take in a movie at the IMAX Theater, and enjoy a delicious meal at the Fife & Drum.

Support The National Infantry Museum

The NIM is a national treasure and it needs your support. Dedicate a paver on Heritage Walk. Shop our online store. Or simply make a donation.

News

GEN Abizaid Leads Museum Project Honoring Soldiers in the GWOT

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July 22, 2015: GEN (Ret) John Abizaid, the man who led American military forces across most of the Middle East from 2003 to 2007, has taken on a new role as head of the National Infantry Museum’s efforts to complete the story of Soldiers’ service in the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT). GEN Abizaid has

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10 Reasons You Can’t Miss Freedom Fest

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What does your Independence Day weekend look like? Looks free to us! Where else would be better to celebrate America’s birthday than at the home of the Infantry? Attend Freedom Fest at the National Infantry Museum and be showered in patriotism and family fun! Here are 10 Reasons Why You Can’t Miss Freedom Fest:   

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Survivor of LZ Albany to Sign Books at NIM

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Bud Alley and fellow members of the 7th Cavalry will share stories of the infamous battle that left hundreds dead  June 30, 2015: “We Were Soldiers Once,” the Mel Gibson movie based on a book by LTG (Ret) Hal Moore and war correspondent Joe Galloway, focused on the first part of the 1965 battle at

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Town Hall Meeting with Congressman Bishop and VA Secretary Robert McDonald

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Congressman Bishop Announces Upcoming Veterans-Focused Tour, Town Halls With VA Secretary Robert McDonald Congressman Sanford D. Bishop, Jr. (GA-02), Ranking Member of the U.S. House of Representatives Appropriations Subcommittee on Military Construction and Veterans Affairs, announced an upcoming veterans-focused tour through Middle Georgia. Congressman Bishop has invited and will be accompanied by the Honorable Robert

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NIM Named to TripAdvisor’s Hall of Fame

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Award Recognizes Five Straight Years of Excellence The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is proud to announce its induction into TripAdvisor’s Hall of Fame for 2015. The award, offered for the first time this year, recognizes businesses and attractions that consistently achieve outstanding traveler reviews and have earned the travel website’s Certificate of Excellence

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Freedom Fest Returns on Sat., July 4, 2015

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Independence Day celebration combines American history and family fun   The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center will host its third annual community-wide Independence Day celebration on Saturday, July 4, 2015. Freedom Fest will be held from 11a.m. to 6 p.m., and will be filled with music, kids’ activities, historical reenactments, food, and fun. The

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Summer Hours: Open 7 Days a Week!

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NIM to Open Seven Days a Week for ‘Summer to Remember’ Beginning June 1, 2015, the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center will be open seven days a week to give visitors additional opportunities to take part in the summer’s activities and explore the museum’s countless stories and artifacts. The popular free Family Film Fest

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Memorial Day Commemoration Activities

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Memorial Day at the National Infantry Museum Activities run from May 21 through May 25 May 18, 2014: The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, normally closed on Mondays, will be open Monday, May 25, to commemorate Memorial Day. Here are some of the activities scheduled for that day, and the days leading up to

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Museum Launches New Capital Campaign

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National Infantry Museum Launches New Capital Campaign President Billy Blanchard tapped to lead new effort Billy Blanchard, President and CEO of Columbus Bank and Trust Company, has agreed to lead a Phase II capital campaign for the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center in Columbus.     “I’m honored to have been asked to lead

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Now Hiring at Patriot Park IMAX Theatre

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Now Hiring at the National Infantry Museum Patriot Park IMAX Theatre  If you enjoy interacting with others and would love a job honoring Soldiers, we want to hear from you! The National Infantry Museum Foundation is now hiring part-time employees at The Patriot Park IMAX Theatre. To apply, please download an application here, or visit the Information Desk

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