Saturday, Feb. 10, 2018
I make a point to visit this museum every time I'm in the area, every 2 or 3 years. They are always updating or adding exhibits. The museum grows as the history of Army transportation grows, which is appreciated.
There are experimental pieces here you won't see anywhere else.
The crown jewel IMHO is the Eve of Destruction. She's the only gun truck that was brought back from Vietnam. I've seen her display improve over the years, from being parked outside to being moved inside and watched the Vietnam diorama grow around her. My favorite exhibit.
This museum is free to the public, donations happily accepted and greatly appreciated. Between the indoor and outdoor displays you can spend 2 to 4 hours or more, depending on the detail you wish to absorb.
Family friendly, the kids enjoy it! Well worth your time. Very nice gift shop as well.