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About National Guard Memorial Museum, Washington D. C.

National Guard Memorial Museum is a charming and informative military museum that offers you an opportunity to look closely into the US military and their patriotism towards their country. The destination is hosted by the National Guard Educational Foundation and sees a lot of visitors all year round due to the architecture that is simply scintillating and also the relics and artefacts that are in the museum. The museum in total covers a total distance of 5600 square feet.

National Guard Memorial Museum Opening and Closing Hours

  • Museum can be visited from monday to friday, excluding holidays, or by appointment.

How To Get To National Guard Memorial Museum by Public Transport

  • Take a train from Judiciary Square Metro Station.
  • Take a train from Union Station.
  • Take a taxi or rental to the destination.

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Address: 1 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington, DC 20001, United States

Phone: +1-2027890031

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 09:00 am - 04:00 pm Details

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  • Little known piece of American Military History! 9- 5 Week days only.

  • First rate museum that tells the story of the National Guard... Awesome!

  • Fantastic curation in this museum. Beautiful inside and out. The conference room is kept up really nice.

  • Great museum off the beaten, site-seeing path. Take the time to stop by and learn about the history of the National Guard.

  • Important historical perspective of our country

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