(VINCENNES) – The Indiana Military Museum will reopen to the public as authorized by Indiana Governor Holcomb on Sunday, June 14th.
The Indiana Military Museum is dedicated to fostering the memory, understanding, and appreciation of U.S. military history. This is accomplished by maintaining, preserving, and displaying artifacts that represent the strength and freedom of our American heritage.
Regular museum hours will be back in place daily from 10 a.m. until 4 p.m. All rules pertaining to social distancing, sanitation, and masks will be required.
Opening day will kick off with a special outdoor living history exhibit pertaining to WWI.
Visitors will be able to walk past an authentic WWI encampment in an outdoor setting.
The museum’s main exhibit building and all outdoor exhibits will be open.
Due to several display revisions, the museum’s annex building will remain closed temporarily.