Texas Military Forces Museum
The Texas Military Forces Museum tells the story of Texas Military Forces from 1823 to the present day. From the early milita units of the Texas Revolution to the Volunteer Guard, to the soliders of WWI and WWII to the present day men and women of the Texas National Guard. The role of the Texas Military Forces in both war and peace is highlighted.
Exhibits feature tanks, planes, jeeps, uniforms, weapons, equipment and much more. Admission is FREE. Our hours are Wednesday to Sunday 10 am to 4 pm. A picture ID is required for adults to enter Camp Mabry, but the post is OPEN to the public. We do 3 battle reenactments a year for the public in April, May and November.
Also museum staff is available Monday to Friday 7 am to 5 pm to answer questions, do research requests, or take appointments for special requests. The museum has the World War I service cards for every Texan who served during the war, Army, Navy and Marine. In addition we have extensive archives and a research library focused on Texas Military.
2200 West 35th St., Bldg. 6 (map it)
Wednesday to Sunday 10 am to 4 pm
Admission to the museum is FREE.