Austin: Texas Military Forces Museum at Camp Mabry

Austin: Texas Military Forces Museum at Camp Mabry

  • <p>People at an information desk with sign saying Texas Military Forces Museum</p>
  • <p>Man standing in room with many text panels on the walls</p>
  • <p>Two people looking at a diorama</p>
  • <p>Tank inside a building</p>
  • <p>Living history performance at Camp Mabry</p> <p>Two soldiers in a hole firing weapons</p>
  • <p>U.S. Marines in the jungles of the South Pacific</p> <p>Soldiers on a hillside in a jungle</p>

Home of the Texas National Guard, Camp Mabry’s historic Building 6 houses the Texas Military Forces Museum. Through dioramas and displays of artifacts, aircraft, weapons and vehicles, the facility highlights Lone Star military history from the Texas Revolution to Operation Enduring Freedom. It also offers an extensive library and archives on Texas and world military history.

Camp Mabry is an active military base and access is limited. Please call the Texas Military Forces Museum for detailed visitation instructions. Visitors typically gain access same day.

Camp Mabry-Texas Military Forces Museum

  • Hours: Tuesday – Sunday, 10 a.m. – 4 p.m.
  • Admission: None
  • 2200 W 35th St., Austin, TX
  • 512-782-5659
  • Visit Website
  • National Register of Historic Places