2019 Americans in Wartime Open House

The 2019 Open House was are biggest event ever, and we are planning on making 2021 even better after the cancellation of the 2020 show!  Many features and events are being planned which will include historical demonstrations,  veterans discussion panels, living history units, K9 demos and of course tanks, tanks and more tanks.  The Voices of Freedom Mobile Recording Studio will be available to conduct interviews and give tours.  Will will also be expanding our food choices by adding additional food trucks over previous years.  This event is not to be missed!

The 2021 Open House dates are September 25-26.  Click here to register.  Check out some footage from past years events below.

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The American Wartime Experience

American history has been written in the lives of ordinary citizens who have made extraordinary contributions to our nation.

  • Their sacrifices have helped to preserve our nation’s freedoms and transform the world.
  • Their service demonstrates American values of duty, honor, courage, patriotism and sacrifice.
  • Their compelling stories will serve as the foundation for a Museum experience unlike any other.

The Americans in Wartime Museum is dedicated to telling the remarkable stories of DSC_0173American men and women who have met the challenge and served our nation during wartime – in all branches of the military and on the home front, from World War I to present-day conflicts. This uniquely American Museum will bring our nation’s wartime stories to life through indoor and outdoor activities; authentic Landscapes of War; operational vehicles and aircraft; interactive multimedia programs; historical reenactments; an oral history recording studio; an array of public programs; and galleries filled with thousands of artifacts. Truly unique and engaging, visitors to the Museum will be fully immersed in the experiences of Americans in wartime.