- Last 100 Yards
- Fort Benning Gallery
- International Stage (1898-1920)
- World Power (1920-1947)
- The Cold War (1947-1989)
- The Sole Superpower (1989-Present)
- Hall of Valor
- The Family Gallery
- The Infantry Theater
- Officer Candidate School Hall of Honor
- Ranger Hall of Honor
- World War II Company Street
- Memorial Walk of Honor
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center is a $100 million, 190,000-square foot facility located right outside the gates of the Fort Benning Maneuver Center of Excellence, home of the Infantry.
This state-of-the-art facility tells the story of the United States Army Infantryman, from the fields of the American Revolution to the sands of Afghanistan. The museum houses an amazing display of artifacts from all eras of American history and contains numerous interactive multimedia exhibits, bringing our nation’s past to life through the latest in technological innovation.
Click a gallery title to the left and you’ll find a brief summary of the National Infantry Museum’s galleries.