National Museum of Military Vehicles
Dubois | Rockies to Tetons
Located in Dubois, The National Museum Military Vehicles is 140,000 square foot museum which features over 400 military vehicles and historical artifacts, capturing over 100 years of American ingenuity from WWI to the Global War on Terror. Additional highlights of the museum include a theatre, two meeting rooms, a gift shop, and a research library. The main museum galleries feature a thoughtfully designed World War II vehicle gallery, a meticulously curated weapons vault, post WWII vehicle gallery educating guests on the veteran experience during Korean and Vietnam Wars, and a smaller artifacts and armament gallery.
Some highlights include: The musket that fired the first shot at Bunker Hill, General Patton’s .45 sidearm, the entire Winchester collection from 1866-1966, one of twenty known Higgins Boats, UH-1B Huey one of only eight manufactured for the Navy, among other interesting and historically important artifacts.
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