It cost me and my husband $14 a piece. They do offer military discounts, but I'm not sure how much that is.The museum is full of information and artifacts. (Not sure if artifacts is the correct term or not. There was several glass cases consisting of personal belongings from soldiers/nurses/etc.) It is definitely a lot of reading but well worth it. The story that stuck in my mind afterward was about a lady who married a soldier at age 21 and became a widow by age 23. After her husbands death she became a nurse to help the troops and she wrote a letter back to her family saying how awkward it was when soldiers asked her why a beautiful lady like herself was not wearing a (wedding) ring.
The staff at the museum will tell you it takes about 2 hours to walk through. It just depends on if you skim through the information versus wanting to read everything. I personally walked around and if I seen something that caught my eye, I read about it. It was neat reading about the homing pigeons they used to communicate with other soldiers. The bathrooms are clean. There is a gift shop with military flags, license plates, magnets, t-shirts, and other misc things.
I took a picture of the statue that had a soldier representing each state. The artist carved the statues by looking at pictures of the individual soldier, which I thought was neat. As I was walking around I noticed one soldier looked as if he either tripped or was shot, because his gun looked as if he dropped it and his back foot was touching the soldier behind him. There was no description regarding this. I unfortunately didn't take a picture of it.
I would recommend this museum to a friend.