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Rock Island Arsenal Museum, Rock Island

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Reviews
TripAdvisor
  • One could spend days here looking and researching all of the weapons the have on display They even provide research binders for visitors to lookup additional information on each piece.  more »
  • If you are a gun enthusiast, then this is the place for you. Interesting collection, with firearms from all corners of the globe. I wish there was a better way to research everything of what I was loo...  more »
  • I really would like to visit this place, but you're only allowed when you've a US id. So as a European, I'm not allowed. A pity.  more »
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  • Extremely comprehensive museum of US small arms. Very cool place to stop in on the island.
  • The museum had one of the biggest gun collections I've ever seen. It was interesting to see all of the history about the military items that were made there
  • Excellent museum with a trove of information and artifacts. Only hesitation with giving it 5-stars is due to the amount of effort required to visit. Being an actively military site though, I can understand the precaution.
  • It's small, but as a veteran I could spend hours there just looking at the firearms displays and reading the history. As a side note, the two cemeteries are right along the main road and well worth walking through and paying respect to the fallen.
  • Amazing place to tour and learn about the Island mission & history.