The Armory was started in 1794 and made many of the rifles used by our military for over 160 years. It closed in 1962 but the arsenal has been turned into a free museum operated by the National Park Service. There is an 18 minute video, displays of weapons and machinery and excellent explanations. There are still original buildings you... 更多
For those who have an interest in military history and firearms, this is a can't miss historical site. For others, it's still worth a visit, if only for an hour. Be sure and watch the short 15 minute film about the history of the armory - in place since 1794. Glass cases contain rifles and pistols dating back to the... 更多
I thoroughly enjoyed visiting this historic site. My 7 yr old, who is an avid museum goer, but is still 7, gives it 4 stars. We enjoyed it, it is great for a nice day as nearly 1/3 of it is an outdoor excursion.
A wonderful collection and lovely though sad place. It must have been an amazing place and still is. Don't miss the short movie at the start. Was worth the drive for any military buff. Could do more though with the collection
I don't think I would have found this if I wasn't looking for it. It has an amazing collection, including weaponry, war memorabilia, and other related artifacts. The staff was extremely helpful, and told us we could take pictures with or without flash, which was helpful of them to mention since my friend and I both had some expensive camera... 更多
My visit to the armory was very interesting. I was there with a school group and we all had a good time. Our group did a ranger program about the history of the armory and the evolution of guns from the musket to the M1 Grand (which concluded in the rangers taking us outside and firing a real musket). Unfortunately... 更多