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National Military History Center, Auburn

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#19 of 88 in Museums in Indiana
Military Museum Museum
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  • our visit was very good, they have a lot of displays to see. boats, tanks and airplane's, some for everyone to see. It is a very nice stop, worth your time.  more »
  • This place is amazing! History, weapons, artifacts, and more! I have been here 5 or 6 times. I learn something new every time.  more »
  • Great little museum. There are actually two museums in the same building. We only went through the military museum, and not the automobile and carriage museum. The military museum was nice, lots of ma...  more »
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  • Museum had good information, disappointed some major items were up for auction. Very disappointed with the condition of the flags out front, and up the drive. These need replacing immediately. No excuses.
  • Awesome place to go if you like world war history, it has a plethora of items, vehicles and stories to look at.
  • I loved it many years ago. Hope to visit it again
  • Mom and I chose wisely by picking this for our Smithsonian Museum Day free admission. Lots of cool WWII vehicles on one side, and may interesting custom car show pieces in the other side, including KITT, the A-Team van, and the Batmobile from Batman Returns. They have plenty of room to add more stuff. However, calling themselves the "National" one is definitely a bit presumptuous.
  • We held a conference here. The location was great. They did an excellent job taking care of us and the price was reasonable.