U.S. Army Transportation Museum

300 Washington Boulevard
Besson Hall
Fort Eustis, VA 23604
United States

Explore the world of Army transportation at the U.S. Army Transportation Museum. Throughout America’s military history the Army’s transportation soldiers have been “first in, last out.” Experience the history of Army transportation through its equipment and soldiers. From Conestoga wagons to trucks, trains, aircraft and uniforms of our branch history, learn about the Revolution, WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam and present day operations. Examine 200 years of Army Transportation history through exhibits, dioramas, models and full scale scenes.  A new 18,000 square foot exhibit gallery expands the museum’s story of Korea, Vietnam and the Cold War. Visitors will get a glimpse of soldiers’ living conditions during Desert Storm and see an actual HMMWV used in Afghanistan. Located on Fort Eustis, an active Army installation, the Museum covers six acres of indoor and outdoor exhibits. Please note: All visitors to Fort Eustis must show valid photo ID (driver’s license) and vehicle registration at the Visitor’s Center. Operating Season: Year-Round Hours: Tuesday - Sunday, 9:00 am - 4:30 pm; closed Mondays and all federal holidays