Click to watch the video of just some of the amazing features the Armed Forces History Museum has to offer!
Purchase an engraved brick as a permanent remembrance in the Armed Forces History Museum’s Memorial Walk & Garden.
Experience The Armed Forces History Museums Motion Simulator and enjoy the time of your life.
Click on the links below to learn more about the dioramas and displays:
I am inquiring as to whether your facility acquired a private collection owned by the late Henry Venetta of Hubbard Ohio?
No our collection was turned over by our Founder and president John J. Piazza. Sr. You can read more about him under the “Contact Us” tab on the website.
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Thank you for having a museum so close. I am a VietNam Veteran, I was with the 101st. airborne Ranger recon unit. I am looking for a visit. Hope to see you soon. Thanks
Hi Dick! Thank you so much for your service to our country. We love our veterans. We plan on having a poker run for VietNam Vets next year so stay in touch with us.
Take care and God Bless our Troops and Veterans!!
found out you have on loan an antena from uss austin would love to get a pic of this served on austin in early 90s. thanks for all you do
Hi Bob: First off, on behalf of The Armed Forces Military Museum, I would like to extend our thanks for your service. The person who handles the photographs is not in today (12/30/2011), but I will check with him Tuesday and get a photograph out to you as quick as possible. Thank you for visiting our web-site. Hope you have the opportunity to come and visit the museum sometime.
If we can be of any further assistance, please feel free to give us a call at (727)539-8371.
I am waiting for Tammy to get back to me regarding a tour for a group of senior citizens from Fifth Avenue Baptist Church. We would like to come Jan 24 and need to reserve a time. 10:30 would work fine for us. I have left a few messages for Tammy when I’ve called but haven’t heard back from her. Time is quickly approaching and I need to get the adults signed up. Thanks.
We apologize for the delay. Thank you for bringing this matter to our attention. I have forwarded your comment to Tammy, and she will be contacting you shortly. We look forward to your visit.
I am from the ww2 war with the us marine corps,4th.&6th.infantry division. I have been to the marine corps museum both in San Diego and Washinton DC enjoyed them now I am looking forward to visit in the near future the Armed Forces Military Museum in Largo Florida.
Kenneth: On behalf of the Armed Forces History Museum, I would first like to extend our sincere thanks for your service to our country. We consider it an honor here at the museum to preserve the history and to educate our current and future generations on the sacrifices made by so many to insure our freedom. We look forward to your visit. If we can be of any further assistance, please feel free to give us a call at (727) 539-8371.
I would like to know if it would be possible to drop by and lesve you guys with a packet of information on some really cool graphics that can be used on flooring, whether it be concrete, carpet, wood, etc.
Kids love this type of printed graphics as they can walk all over it, and it is a big seller in the museums.
It would not be a problem to drop the information off at the front desk. Thank you for visiting our web-site.
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