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Virginia War Museum

American military history unfolds at the Virginia War Museum. Collections of artifacts, weapons, vehicles, uniforms, and posters trace the development of the United States military from 1775 to the present. Galleries include Women at WarMarches Toward Freedom, and Visions of War, the museum’s extensive propaganda poster collection. An additional exhibit explores the history of the City of Newport News, outlining the City’s role as a Port of Embarkation for both World Wars. Other artifacts on display include Harry Truman’s World War I helmet, a section of the Berlin Wall, and a portion of the outer wall from Dachau concentration camp.

General Admission

  • Adults – $8.00
  • Seniors (62 & above) – $7.00
  • Children – (ages 7-18) – $6.00
  • Family (immediate household only) – $20.00
  • $1.00 discount for military or AAA members with membership card

Hours of Operation

Wednesday through Sunday 9:00 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. (Last admission at 4:00 p.m.)