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This museum is on the Active Duty Army Post Fort Leonard Wood and one of three museums in this complex. If you know anything about Army Engineer history you will know the Engineers have been around since the founding of our Nation. The entire history of the US Corps of Engineers is encompassed here. Tons of history and lots of... 更多
This was the best of the three museums that we visited with our son on Family Day. Great way to learn what these folks have done historically and what they are capable of doing now.
Very awesome and educational place to visit. The regimental room is where they tab newly minted Sappers. Visit the memorial park across the street and pay respects to those who have fallen for our country. Also there are tons of military vehicles outside the building which are very intersting.
This is a great museum home AEA wich is also known as the army engineer Association they put a lot of effort and time into their Museum and it covers the entire span of the Corps of Engineers well worth the time spent to walk through it and read all the captions from the beginning of the engineers until the... 更多
We went to this museum while visiting Fort Leonard Wood for my son's graduation. Very informational and interesting. The only thing that struck me as odd is that Trip Advisor doesn't inform you that the museum is on the base so security clearance is needed before entry.
A classmate used to complain about being stationed as an Army enlisted man at "Fort Lost-in-the-Woods, Misery." And it really is in the woods. Driving from Lake of the Ozarks back to Columbia, we decided to visit, shop at the Commissary and Exchange, and see what it looked like. It is a huge base. It seems like you drive for... 更多
Great place to spend a little time while the family was visiting our son that was stationed here.. All three museums are nice, Chemical, M.P. and Engineer.
The Engineer museum has some great exhibits, especially if army engineering interests you. Plenty of vehicle static displays outside. Can't beat the free admission too.