Well worth the trip for any military history enthusiast. Great collection of tanks and military headgear, as well as uniforms, weapons, and some surprises, such as a fighting machine from 'War of the Worlds.' Located on the north end of Danville, there is lots of free parking and a gift shop as well. Of note is their Panzer IV, one of only twelve existing today. This tank was transfered from Nazi Germany to Czechoslovakia at the end of the war. Later the Czechs sold it to the Syrian Army, It was in service during the Six-Day War, where it was captured by the Israelis. They recognized it's uniqueness and value and saved it for the Israeli Tank Museum Latrun, who traded it to an American collector, William Gasser, who's collection formed the core of the AAF Tank Museum in Danville.