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Journey thru Military History at the most extensive collection of International Tank and Cavalry artifacts found anywhere in the world. Prepare yourself for an awesome adventure for both young and old alike. 119 Tanks and Artillery, plus uniforms...more
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You will find veterans of all ages, youth groups and families with children of all ages. The collection is large and well-displayed - tanks and mechanized equipment spanning the decades of the 20th century, of course with a heavy emphasis on WWII. There is even...More
Great price for the size of the museum. My son loved looking at all the tanks and weapons and uniforms from different times. Would recommend if you like those kind of things. My daughter liked it but wasn't her thing.
This museum was very well laid out and easy to maneuver if your were handicapped in any way. The combat scenes are very accurate and realistic, and the large display of military vehicles are very will laid out for observation. the kids were intrigued.
The museum is very nice. Very clean. Too large to appreciate in just a day however. If you plan to visit, definitely break it up into a couple days. The often do demos with a flamethrower or driving the tanks. Also has a remote control...More
The American Armored Foundation Tank Museum in Danville, Virginia hosts an extensive collection of armored fighting vehicles, dating from the infancy of armored warfare to modernity. Its collection is distinguished by the diversity of vehicles on display, as the collection encompasses the history of armored...More
I was not for this...but... there is so much more. There is memorabilia from WWI, WWII, Korea, ECT. Guns, cannons and uniforms with personal effects of famous generals from multiple countries. Cobra helicopter. You could spend the whole day. Hot this time of year, bring...More
After about 2.5 hours my limit had been reached on info and material to really appreciate it need two days at two hours each. The collection was well displayed and there were pieces to touch and be photographed near, but No Tank to actually get...More
We drove an hour and planned to arrive shortly after they opened at 10am. Adult $12, Senior $10, was well worth the cost of admission. We were expecting rows and rows of tanks, but were blown away with the other military tank memorabilia. We enjoyed...More
Great place to visit. Make sure you have a good amount of time. There is a lot to read with the displays. Kids loved it.It is very hot inside in the summer time. Wear cool clothing. Only open Fridays and Saturdays. If you are a...More