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It is only open M-F which is unfortunate . It also opens until 4ish. Regardless , it is an awesome museum dedicated to our fighting soldiers!!! The y have items, etc. from the Rev. War to now. There is a library. The gift shop is...More
We had the opportunity to visit the National Guard Memorial Museum which was a wonderful experience. It is probably not as well known as the other museums but really is beneficial to visit as a way to understand the National Guard’s role in the United...More
On a recent trip to DC I was able to attend some private meetings at the National Guard Museum - what a wonderful place - well kept and the museum itself is quit nice - people were also great - stop in if you can!
The National guard Memorial Museum is located at the corner of Mass Ave and North Capitol Avenue a few minutes walk from Union Station and is located right across to the Smithsonian Postal Museum. The memorial is dedicated solely about the work, movement, and development...More
This museum is definitely a museum that is overlooked. The National Guard Memorial Museum needs to be promoted a lot more because when we entered there wasn't a single soul there. As a soldier in the Nation Guard this memorial was very meaningful to me....More
Great building with lots to see and you will I learn a lot about what the National Guard missions are, much more than boots on the ground during disasters and service during contingency operations. I highly recommend a visit to see what keeps us safe...More
This was a wonderful museum which was empty. Very well presented, with a lot of great information. I rate it a 10 for presentation and a minus 10 for being ADA compliant. It was empty because not everyone could get into it. One must enter...More
Was here for all day mtg in their main room
Great building with lots to see - museum is attached but the are building out a much larger one nearby
People were helpful and I learned a lot about what the National Guard does -...More
Features artifacts, interactive exhibits, audio displays, to highlight the extraordinary contributions of ordinary neighbors from every corner of the country. Statting with the militia era (1636) the newest gallery highlights missions since September 11, 2001. A moving memorial wall is dedicated to Guardsmen who lost...More