Looking for a way to help keep the stories alive?
Walk through a life size replica of a WWI trench and imagine trench life and warfare from that era. Around the corner, see how a bombed French farmhouse serves as an American field headquarters During WWII. These exhibits and more help tell the stories of men and women of the US military from WWI through Desert Storm.
The Military Museum of Fort Worth is dedicated to Honor, Preserve and Educate by keeping alive stories told through uniforms, weapons and equipment used in the field.
WE ARE EXPANDING AND MOVING TO RIDGMAR MALL!
From September through November 10, we will be constructing new and exciting displays and exhibits!
GRAND RE-OPENING PLANNED FOR VETERAN’S DAY, NOVEMBER 11, 2020!
The Military Museum of Fort Worth has a variety of year-round internship programs for students of all ages. From our program with UT Arlington to student community service from Trinity Valley High School students, we welcome opportunities to share our regard and gratitude for Servicemen and Servicewomen of the United States Armed Forces.Internship Programs
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What our visitors saying about their experience
“Smaller than I thought it would be but packed with history and great displays. Well worth it if you’re a military buff.”
“Loved this place! Their collection from WWI is outstanding and the volunteer staff is incredibly knowledgeable and friendly. They have an absolute passion for what they do and I can’t thank them enough for their work preserving history.”