U.S. Army Ordnance Training and Heritage Center

This outstanding museum has the most complete collection of weapons in the world, including many of the Second World War. On display are many unique specimens like a 20-ton bomb against submarine bunkers, a German railway gun and much more.

The museum U.S. Army Ordnance Museum was closed in September 2010 and its collection moved to Fort Lee under the current name. Only the following museum objects can be exibited outisde, as the rest of the museum is under development:

Krupp K5 "Anzio Annie" railway gun
M2 Bradley Fighting Vehicle
12-inch gun M1895 on railcar
Pershing 1 Field Artillery Missile System
1939 Armored Recovery Vehicle
T-12 Cloudmaker demolition bomb

For current visiting hours, please visit the website of the museum.

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