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Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles, Lexington

Categories: Military Museums, Museums
Inspirock Rating:
4.6/5 based on 45 reviews on the web
Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles is located in Lexington. Add Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles to your Lexington travel itinerary, and discover new vacation ideas by using our Lexington holiday planner.
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  • A pleasant and unexpected find driving down the highway. I've been to several types of museums like this but this one had some vehicles that I had never seen before. Very comfortable and low pressure....  read more »
  • Took my dad who is 92 to this museum and he was totally impressed. He was in WWII and remembered a lot of the items he saw, also had some stories to go along with it. Would recommend this to anyone wh...  read more »
  • We stopped to stretch our legs after seeing the vehicles lined up along the highway. Going inside (for free, they just ask for a small donation), we were amazing at the sheer number and configurations...  read more »
  • This is a must-see stop for anyone traveling across Nebraska. What a terrific collection of military vehicles and related materials. Super-friendly people staffing the space. No fee but donations are much appreciated. It's amazing the variety of vehicles they've been able to assemble for this museum.
  • This museum is a must-see! There is so much to see that it's tough to get it all in one visit. There are tons of military vehicles and displays, as well as a Huey and a Bradley that you can actually climb inside. The staff is always ready to help and answer questions, and the admission is donation-based. Do not miss this if you're visiting Lexington or passing by on I-80. It's definitely worth the stop!
  • The last time I had been to the museum was 4 years ago. They have added a lot more tanks. The reason i gave it 4 stars was because of the lack of information on some of the vehicles.
  • Great place to visit. Climb in a tank and helicopter, how often do you get that chance.
  • It was great. It's free and lots of history. Donations I think is the only thing keeping it going.
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