The National Infantry Museum’s primary focus is educating the American public on the role of the Infantryman in securing the freedoms we all enjoy. Our Education Department can help you get the most out of your museum visit through guided tours, educational materials and public events designed to bring history alive in an unforgettable way.
From classroom-based instruction to living history demonstrations, we do everything we can to enhance the impact of our interactive exhibits. Our team of dedicated historians and educators has created several basic packages for grades 3-12, JROTC groups, Boy & Girl Scouts, homeschoolers, churches and corporate retreats, all of which can be tailored to your exact specifications. School tours are designed around the curriculum standards of Georgia and Alabama.
Want to experience more? Your tour can also include box lunches, snack packs, IMAX® films, and guided tours of World War II Company Street.
*Registration for Summer Camp Benning 2013 is now open. Click here to download the registration form and camp details.
- For groups of 20-150 people
- Appropriate for adults and children aged 9 and up
- Student/adult ratio of 10:1 required
- Discounts available for IMAX films, NIM SIM tickets and concessions
Please submit your tour request at least ten days in advance of your preferred date. Note that due to high demand, your preferred date may not be available. We will respond to requests within three days.
Contact the Education Department for additional information: firstname.lastname@example.org | 706-685-5814
ROTC and JROTC tours must be booked with U.S. Army staff at least six weeks in advance at 706-545-2958.
Below are downloadable documents showing how a trip to the museum can complement your classroom lessons and activities: