Taking grandchildren for a weekend out and about this is an educational outing. For the military minded people who would like to see how the military was before technology invaded the world,this a look back at yesterday's means of military transportation. It's extremely important for our children and grandchildren to have an understanding of what America was like before 911.... 更多
We go as a family about once every two years. Very interesting. As an army veteran of the 90's + I enjoy remenissing over the by gone army. Especially the vehicles located on either side of the museum, outside. Admission is free, they do have a donation box at the exit. Inside is a small gift shop; no food. I... 更多
If you are interested in the history of Army transportation, this would be a very interesting museum. There are many exhibits throughout the history of our Army and many exhibits to see. However, for younger enthusiasts, it requires endless reading. There are many trains and other vehicles outside that you can go near and look at. Overall, if you are... 更多
This museum was absolutely incredible. We found it by the highway signs and went there because we had time to kill. It was worth it in every way. The amount of displays they have here is incredible and you could easily spend your whole day reading all of the plaques. It is well laid out and they have ALOT of... 更多
First visit to the museum, really to check out a new display set up after Iraqi Freedom that included a family member. Very moving memorials along with the history through the years. Self guided, easy going, take all of the time you want. It is on a US Army post so entrance may be restricted those with an ID card... 更多
Went here years ago, this time with my adult son. The displays were very well done and really provided a fun way to learn about an awesome subject. The museum has a vast collection of Army Transportation vehicles including wheeled vehicles, fixed wing and rotary aircraft, tracked and rail vehicles and even experimental vehicles. We had a great time walking... 更多
After checking in through the visitors lane at the main gate, I found myself all alone wandering through the incredibly through and detailed museum! There were so many displays that I could have easily spent more than the 2 hours I was there. There was so much information that I had to pick and choose what I really wanted to... 更多
I loved that the exhibits are set up chronologically in terms of the different wars/conflicts our troups took part in! We found the information very interesting and helpful, and the exhibits were tasteful and well-placed.
I enjoy taking the children to the museum. It is interesting to see all the different types of vehicles and best of all it is free! I love having this little gem close to home so we can make it a stop in a rotation of things to keep from the "Im bored" blues.
While visiting Williamsburg, we took a 30 min. drive south to Newport News to visit the Army Transportation Museum. The museum is great! I recommend visiting it as a break from Colonial Williamsburg and Busch Gardens. The museum is in chronological order and explains why many of the Army's vehicles are the way they are. I have never seen such... 更多