Welcome to the on-line home of The Pennsylvania Military Museum.  The Museum and 28th Division Shrine educate the public regarding the actions of Pennsylvanians in United States military history with a focus from the Spanish American War to the present.  It is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission and is actively supported by the Friends of the Pennsylvania Military Museum which is a non-profit community based organization.  Our current exhibit, the Tactics and Logistics of Warfare, interprets the organization of the armed services in the 20th century highlighting the museum's excellent vehicle and weapons collections.

 

The Museum is host to a number of public programming events.  From memorial services and veterans reunions to living history encampments and events for children, the museum offers a wide variety of interpretive experiences for young and old alike.  Be sure to visit the Events section to see what's happening.
 
The image below is taken from the front of the museum and refered to as the "Wall of Honor".  For an explaination of the display see Wall of Honor.

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