The National Museum of the United States Army is open to the public. Free, timed-entry tickets are required for entry and are available through the Museum’s website, Group Tickets for 10 people or more are now available and can be requested using the form below. The Army Historical Foundation supports the Museum’s ticketing reservations for larger groups and organizations. Organizations may include, but are not limited to: Reunion Groups, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Sports Teams, Camps, etc.

Begin planning your travel adventures to the Northern Virginia region today! Find inspiration for your group itinerary with our region’s rich historical and military destinations to explore. Learn more about the Museum, explore exhibit highlights and find a sample itinerary in our Planning Guide.

Complete the form below to begin the reservation process, we look forward to customizing an experience that is right for you. 

We also have special hotel pricing for travelers visiting the National Museum of the United States Army. 

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Limited, timed reservations are available for the Operation Safe Passage program led by a Museum educator in the Experiential Learning Center (ELC). Outside the scheduled bookings, the ELC can be visited by museum guests at their convenience. The Museum also offers paid attractions, including virtual reality and ride simulators. Groups will receive discounted rates and 1 free voucher for every 20 paid reservations made for paid attractions. Boxed lunches are available for purchase from $16, $21 and $23 per person. The Museum features a café, though groups of 50 or more are encouraged to schedule lunch in shifts, due to limited space. The Museum does not offer guided group tours. Trained docents are stationed throughout the galleries to answer visitors’ questions. COVID safety and health precautions may impact ELC access and future use, availability will be monitored with reservations in real time upon opening. To request additional assistance in scheduling a visit, please call (800) 506-2672 or email

Coming to the Museum in 2025

Answering the Call: The Soldier Experience in the Revolutionary War

See what they carried. Read what they wrote. Honor their service in founding the nation and establishing the Army that continues to defend it. Experience the sights and sounds of the American Revolution through the personal stories of the men and women who fought in it.

  • A two-year special exhibit in the Washington, D.C. metro region recognizing the 250th anniversary of the U.S. Army in 1775 and America’s birthday in 1776.

  • Open June 2025 through June 2027 in the dedicated space of the 5,000-square foot Special Exhibition Gallery.

  • Featuring Revolutionary War artifacts especially curated for this exhibit.

  • Bringing together a selection of rare American, English and French objects, on display in the same space for the first time, interpreted through compelling stories of the people who served during the complex events sparking America’s quest for liberty, equality and self-government.

  • Interactive experiences create opportunities for exploration and discovery as visitors engage in deep and memorable learning.

  • Offering unique and exciting cultural experiences that allow large numbers of people to easily navigate and absorb content within a prescribed time frame.

The health and safety of staff, volunteers and visitors remains the highest priority. 
Additional information on the Museum’s COVID-19 health and safety protocols can be found on the Museum’s website.

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If you have any questions about Group Tours, or if you need help deciding which tour options are right for your group, contact Jessica Conforti, Group Sales Manager.