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U.S. Army Transportation Museum

300 Washington Blvd., Besson Hall, Fort Eustis, Newport News, VA 23604
+1 757-878-1115
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Great Museum!

So many items to look at, very nice set up. Learned so much! Great exhibits inside and out. Such a... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Toni T
Logistics is the key to military success

Personal bias: I work for a truck parts company who supplies the military... and am involved with... read more

Reviewed 4 weeks ago
bpritts
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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300 Washington Blvd., Besson Hall, Fort Eustis, Newport News, VA 23604
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Reviewed 1 week ago

So many items to look at, very nice set up. Learned so much! Great exhibits inside and out. Such a great variety!

Thank Toni T
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Personal bias: I work for a truck parts company who supplies the military... and am involved with commercial logistics. So, I appreciate what it takes to supply the warrior. And my interest level is unusual. This museum does a great job of showing the role...More

Thank bpritts
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is a wonderful site especially in heat of summer and chill of winter. Great history pieces that offers insight to military vastness that seldom receives just exposure. No cost, free parking and admission. Military vets provide docents knowledge a plus.

Thank donpipes
Reviewed 2 April 2017

the first jeeps (though they weren't called that), landing craft, trains, humvees, helicopters, wagons -- whatever it takes to move troops and their gear -- that's what you'll find here. Walk the grounds to see the equipment. Tour the museum to learn more. An army...More

Thank zethus57
Reviewed 14 March 2017

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...More

1  Thank Linda H
Reviewed 15 February 2017 via mobile

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...More

Thank Wiggles-York
Reviewed 7 February 2017

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...More

Thank TravelerTP
Reviewed 30 January 2017

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...More

Thank nf01612
Reviewed 18 January 2017

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...More

Thank Chuck S
Reviewed 5 January 2017

The museum is easily reached after taking a moment to pass through the visitors entrance to Ft. Eustis. The numerous exhibits detail the remarkable achievements of the US Army through the ages vis a vis moving the immense amounts of material and troops needed to...More

Thank Barry H
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John C
Three years ago I tried to visit the Fort Eustis museum. Although I had a British passport as photo ID, I was searched and excluded as an alien. The Museum website did not then, and does not now, point out that foreign visitors will be kept out, unless they have a serving military sponsor who is present on site and is willing to accompany them during their visit. As I have visited the museum twice before in the last thirty years I recognise the quality and interest of the exhibition.
7 March 2017|
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Response from Wiggles-York | Reviewed this property |
that's terrible. I'm not a representative of the museum and I'm pretty sure that I Ve taken for granted me having a military ID card. I also have foreign exchange students who have been to the museum without me. they go into... More
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Rina S
do you have to have a military ID to visit the museum? if not, is there a different entrance for those without one?
2 October 2016|
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Response from Michael M | Reviewed this property |
no you do not, it's before you get to the gate
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jwb165
Is there a charge for my 9 year old grandson or for me - age 78. Is a tour available Is the tour indoor or out dooror both indoor and outdoor How long does the tour take
14 May 2015|
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Response from Porthos7 | Reviewed this property |
Free. We planned on an hour or two, and ended up spending over 4 hours - there is THAT much to see, and well worth it.
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