Every town has its own hidden gem, but how many small cities can claim to have a 35,000-square-foot museum dedicated to our nation’s armed forces? Situated in an industrial park in Largo, Florida, the […]
The Armed Forces History Museum is very excited to be featured on Florida On a Tankful! Here at the museum, we are big fans of the show and were trilled to have the opportunity to work with Scott Fais to film this segment. The segment airs today ( 1/23/2015) through Sunday on Bay […]
Today we honor an extraordinary man. Martin Luther King Jr. was a pastor, activist, humanitarian, and most notably, the leader of the African-American movement. He was made famous for his advancement of the civil rights movement utilizing a non-violent civil disobedience approach based on Christian values and beliefs. King organized and participated […]
It is with a heavy heart that the Armed Forces History Museum announces the passing of our dear friend, Bill Allen. Most of you know Bill as our volunteer who spent much time at the museum sharing his story as a Korean POW with the public or providing tours to children’s groups. In July, […]
The Armed Forces History Museum is very excited to be featured on an upcoming episode of The History Channel’s new show Museum Men! This is an amazing opportunity for the museum, and we are thrilled to be a part of it. Museum Men focuses on a team of experts from Creative Arts that […]
These One-of-a-Kind sculptures of military metal artwork are a must have. They make excellent gifts, especially if you need to purchase something for the person who has everything. Each sculpture is hand crafted in-house by our own artisan making each one a unique design.
20mm Metal Artwork Business Card Holder
Engraved bricks are not only an excellent choice as a military gift for your World War II veteran or other military service personnel but they also can become a lasting memorial to your veteran or a loved one who is still serving on active military duty. The purchase of a memorial engraved brick […]