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We visited this place on November 10. There is parking in front of the museum. There was a temporary exhibit about the American involvement in the First World War. It will not give you the why and how the Great War started, but it give...More
We have been there a few times. First time - for Indian dance event and another for military one (on May). First time we stay more inside and studied every corner-a lot of information (text, audio, video),intercative places, which are interesting for kids. The second...More
Comcast had a diversity and inclusion event here that was excellent with a number of former high ranking Army officers including a general.
After the event I walked through the museum and saw amazing letters, weapons, and artifacts from the history of the Army. There...More
As the owner at Carlisle House Bed and Breakfast, our family loves to come and visit.
The first place we take them is here. From young to older, everyone enjoys it. There is something that appeals to everyone here. All of our guests say it...More
This museum has the history of the US Army's role in wars. It emphasizes the artillery division. There is quite a bit of information about the VietNam war and an upcoming lecture on that era was being announced. The museum is somewhat crowded and the...More
Every Army veteran should visit this museum. It goes from the Revolution War all the way to present day in separate areas. The different uniforms, weapons and gear are featured. Very educational. Then there is the out door walking path taking you around to diffident...More