Plan Your Visit
The Freedom Museum tells the courageous stories of American men and women who served on the battlefront and the homefront-the soldier on foreign soil, Rosie the Riveter, the children of wartime, and those who made the supreme sacrifice for their country. The Freedom Museum, an affiliate of the Smithsonian Institution, interprets the struggle to protect our nation’s freedom through the stories of ordinary Americans who became genuine heroes–documenting their valor, exploring their contributions to history, and evoking a renewed sense of American pride.
On entering the Freedom Museum complex, visitors experience history, becoming active participants in the drama and patriotic spirit that unfold in the Museum’s exhibits and programs. A visit to the Freedom Museum is evocative and interactive.
Welcome! As always, the Freedom Museum offers FREE Admission.
Plan to spend an hour or more in our comfortable museum. There is plenty of parking. There are no stairs to climb and we provide handicap access. From our windows over looking the airfield, you can see flight operations at our regional airport.
Our museum is self-guided, 7 days a week, and do not require reservations. Just drop by anytime between 9am – 4pm. We recommend you arrive before 4pm to allow enough time to see the museum.
Guided and Group Tours
We also offer guided and group tours with an advance reservation. One of our friendly and knowledgeable veterans will tell the exciting stories of those honored in the museum and maybe some stories from their personal experience. We can help with student history projects. Click here to book a tour today!
Hours & Administration
Open 7 days a week, 9am – 5pm