The National Museum of the Marine Corps: Completing the Circle
The National Museum of the Marine Corps isn't just about displaying the finest collections of military tanks, aircraft, weaponry and uniforms. It's so much more.
Our facility is about immersing visitors into the complex, high-paced and intensive experiences of the Corps. It's why today's mission for completing the museum's design will not only preserve our history, but also educate every visitor about the United States Marine Corps. After opening the initial phase of world-class galleries in 2006, we opened a second phase in 2010. And, in 2017, we completed construction on the final phase, which nearly doubled the size of the Museum. Together, with Marine Corps staff, we are in the process of debuting new exhibits and additional features to fill this enormous space.
The National Museum of the Marine Corps is now open to the public. To ensure the safety of visitors, volunteers and staff, the Museum will limit capacity. Face coverings must be worn by all visitors over the age of six. Scuttlebutt Theater, Tun Tavern, the Medal of Honor Theater and the gift shop will be open to visitors. Find out more about the Museum's safety measures and plan your visit here.
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