Additional Exhibits at the AFHM

Before their journey into past comes to a close, visitors still have a few more indoor exhibits to experience at the Armed Forces History Museum before moving out into the 15,000 sq. ft. outdoor display area.   The Cold War Exhibit The museum has an area in which...

Vietnam War Exhibits

Aside from the World War I trench, the Vietnam Exhibit is probably one of the most unique areas of the museum.  A section of the museum is enclosed so visitors can actually walk through a replica of the Ho Chi Minh Trail.  As visitors enter the trail, they hear the...

Korean War Exhibits

The Korean War Exhibits at the Armed Forces History Museum include a number of impressive dioramas.  In addition, a Bulldog Tank, a Patton Tank, WC 51 Weapons Carrier and a 40 mm Anti-Aircraft gun and a number of other vehicles can also be viewed in this area of the...

World War II Communications Room

The World War II Communications Room at the Armed Forces History Museum transports visitors back in time as they join a young military lad inside his tent sending out messages using authentic World War II communications equipment.  He sits at a US Army Folding Field...

World War II German Village Exhibit

The World War II German Village Exhibit at the Armed Forces History Museum is intended for historical presentation only.   As visitors enter this area, they can hear the French call out as gun fire erupts.  The first exhibit in this area is a detailed diorama of a...

World War II – D-Day Landing and French Village Exhibits

The World War II D-Day Landing and French Village Exhibits at the Armed Forces History Museum allows visitors to view a full-sized diorama of soldiers on the beach.  The voice of Colonel Leonard T. Schroeder, the first man to step foot on Utah Beach, can be heard as...