Military Museums

In the United States alone there are many museums that you could see and one of them is the military museums. They focus on collecting items that were put on displays and so they are not that attractive. But they also had made improvements and they are now one of the favorite destinations of many. They offer other activities enjoyed by many ages. One of the museums that you should visit is the National Infantry Museum in Fort Benning. A visit to this museum allows you to feel and understand the tension during the time of battle during the siege of Yorktown.

Fort Sill National Historic Landmark and Museum and the U.S. Army Field Artillery Museum in Oklahoma that also collected materials from the Native American. The National Museum of the Marine Corps in Triangle, Virginia where you get to have a simulated experience of being a soldier going to war. The National Museum of the United States Air Force in Ohio that has the focus on the military aircraft. the U.S. Army Aviation Museum located in Fort Rucker in Alabama has made there display a life-size that amazingly capture the scene of aviation drama.

The National World War I Museum at Liberty Memorial in Kansas is one unique museum. The WWII version is the National World War II Museum located in New Orleans. This takes it to the level of producing films that are being narrated by Tom Hanks and the producer is no other than Steven Spielberg.
There is also the First Division Museum at Cantigny, U.S. Naval Academy Museum, and National Naval Aviation Museum.