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45th Infantry Division Museum, Oklahoma City

Categories: Military Museums, Museums
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4.8/5 based on 200+ reviews on the web
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  • Having a family that served in the military and teenage grandchildren, this was a great place to visit. 
  • This is a very good military museum. They have a large collection of static displays outside which you will see from the road. This is a nice collection of army tanks, artillery, vehicles, aircraft. T...  read more »
  • Must visit when you are at Oklahoma. This place is for those who are interested to know historical information on world war. Nicely arranged and lot of valuable treasures are displayed. 
  • This place is awesome! This is definitely a hidden gem in the city. They have ceremonies on Veteran's, and Memorial day. There is plenty to look at when you visit this museum, and you can learn more than you ever thought you could know about the history of the Oklahoma National Guard. Perhaps the best part of this place is that it is free! Please donate if you are able, but at the very least sign in so they can count you in order to maintain government funding. Check this place out if you get the chance.
  • Myself and my children absolutely love this museum! They have stuff in side and outside! If You have never been here i Guarantee that you will see or learn something that you haven't in the past ..We return here frequently with ages ranging from 2-34.. The men/Veterans that work there are more than willing to share what they know with you they are very friendly.and to add to the fun IT IS FREE!...BUT DO NOT HESITATE TO DONATE! Thank you to all of our Outstanding Troops!!
  • I've been coming to this museum since I was little and it's never failed to disappoint. When I was a little kid, I loved the old vehicles outside and enjoyed running around the little park looking at them. When I got older, I appreciated the history that was on display inside of the information I learned. There's historic firearms, a collection of Bill Maudlin's work (who? Go find out!), exhibits on the different wars the Thunderbirds have been in and plenty of other things to keep you busy. The most moving part of the whole museum is the area on the Holocaust and the concentration camps that the 45th had a hand in liberating. It's... haunting for lack of a better word and I was quite glad the chapel was right next to the exhibit as you will definitely want a quiet moment afterwards. The museum is free of charge but there is a donation box at the front door to help them with the upkeep.
  • Has a bunch of pokestops that you can't access unless you actually go in the place. Besides that it is an amazing museum.
  • Loved it! Must visit if in the area, great selection inside
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