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US Army Chemical Corps Museum

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US Army Chemical Corps Museum

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Charles W wrote a review Nov 2019
26 contributions1 helpful vote
You will really have a learning experience you would not get from just any museum. Make sure you get a Foot Leonard Wood Day Pass before you go on post. There are several Museums and a Cave, too.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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MsProfessorADK wrote a review Sep 2019
Glens Falls, New York73 contributions23 helpful votes
I loved visiting this museum, and looking at all of the exhibits. It not only was informational, but very interesting as well!
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Date of experience: August 2019
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Rob Lippman wrote a review Jul 2019
Shawnee, Kansas686 contributions84 helpful votes
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This was a magnificent museum providing detailed history on NBC warfare. Absolutely loved going through the various displays. So many first class exhibits. Color us impressed.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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DanandKathy wrote a review Jun 2019
Brookside7 contributions1 helpful vote
Excellent information and displays. I learned a lot. Not too many places like this that show the history so well.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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MarkTPremont wrote a review Dec 2018
Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri6 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a three military museums in one, the Engineer, Military Police, and Chemical Museum. The exhibits are great and allow you to immerse yourself in the history. The place is kid friendly and each museum has it's own gift shop where you can find some great stuff that is not available anywhere else. If you are waiting for your relative to finish up at the unit before you can meet up this is a good place to hang out and find out about the Army and their branch. There is plenty of parking and the Bowling Center next door has food. Across the street is the WWII Museum that has walk through buildings set up like they were used in WWII.
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Date of experience: September 2018
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