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Although I love museums in general (yes, I am that sort of person), I was not expecting to enjoy the Ft. Leonard Wood Museum as much as I did. I had a lot of fun looking at all of the exhibits, especially my personal favourite,...More
We had some extra time at Fort Leonard Wood while waiting for our soldier in training, so we stopped in at the museum. There was no admission charge for any of the three exhibits: army engineers, military police, and chemical corps. We only had enough...More
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...More
The musuem is small but very informative on the history of the Military Police! The displays are very good along with paintings painted by soldiers during the differt wars and conflicts. There is a display with pieces from the Berlin Wall.
It was a great experience to see so many from the wars in the past and to know their history. I got to see a piece from the Berlin Wall. Especially old uniforms and vehicles that were used in the past.
By the time we got to the museum, it was closed but at least we got to see some outside attractions. One thing that caught my eye was a piece of the Berlin Wall. It was pretty awesome to see a piece of history in...More
This is a larger building housing three museums. They are connected so you have one continuous path. You can learn a lot with a visit. They also have a recreation of a WEI trench that you walk through. It's free and accessible to the public...More