See a collection of more than 70,000 artifacts from the last 239 years of American military history at the National Infantry Museum. Come on your own or book a guided tour to experience everything we have to offer!
Hours of Operation
Tuesday-Saturday: 9:00am – 5:00pm
Sunday: 11:00am- 5:00pm
Monday: CLOSED with the exception of the following federal holidays and observance days:
- 19 January 2015 – Martin Luther King Jr. Day
- 16 February 2015 – Presidents Day
- 25 May 2015 – Memorial Day
- 7 September 2015 – Labor Day
- 12 October 2015 – Columbus Day
- 11 November 2015 -Veterans Day (Observed). The museum will be closed on Monday, November 9.
Additionally, the National Infantry Museum will be closed the following holidays: Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day.
There is no admission fee, however, we ask that you consider a donation of $5 per person to help us maintain this magnificent tribute to the Infantry Soldier.
The parking lot is large and there is no fee to park. Tram services are available prior to graduation ceremonies. If needed, you may drop off your passengers at the museum entrance before parking to avoid a long walk.
Snacks and meals can be purchased at the IMAX Concessions Stand or in the full-service Fife and Drum restaurant. Major debit/credit cards are accepted. An ATM is also located in the museum lobby for guests.
Did you forget your camera batteries or sunscreen? Looking for a souvenir to take home or a book to add to your library? Visit the Soldier Store in the museum lobby.
Also, visit our online store for unique museum items. Browse through our exclusive museum collection as well as Army themed apparel. Our shopping site features toys, jewelry, gifts, and more!
The National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center covers 190,000 square feet of space. You could spend days here and still not see everything, however you can get a good overview of all the galleries in about two hours. If you’d like to tour World War II Company Street, sign up at the Information Desk. Test your soldiering skills at our Rifle Range and Combat Simulators. And when your feet get tired, take a break in the stunning IMAX Theatre!
Because a trip to the National Infantry Museum is walking-intensive, wheelchairs are available at no cost from the coat check. Our facility is fully accessible to differently-abled guests, with a team of volunteers dedicated to making your visit a truly memorable experience.
Please be advised that pets are NOT allowed in the museum or by the parade field and stadium. Please make arrangements for your pets prior to your visit to the museum. Certified Service Animals are allowed. For questions, please contact our Information Desk.
We hope you enjoy your visit! When you get home, please take a few short minutes to post your experience on TripAdvisor!