WWI “Great War”
The museum is now in the planning stages for our third event to remember those who served in World War One which began on July 28th 1914. Details will be found on line at https://www.facebook.com/groups/1532110717061006/ as soon as final decisions are made. Anyone interested in participating may contact Jon Andrews at firstname.lastname@example.org or contact us at by using the “About” then “Contact us” on this site.
See a video made with pictures from our 2014 and 2015 event. here
Civil War Encampment
Note! This Date Correction
June 27th & 28th 2015
The Indiana Military museum will hold a Civil War encampment June 27th and 28th 2015 at the museum for more information see the Facebook page at
Facebook “Civil war event at the Indiana Military Museum”
or contact Jon Andrews at email@example.com
or Scott Hurst at firstname.lastname@example.org
September 5th and 6th 2015
The Indiana military museum will hold its 8th Annual salute to the veterans of WWII on Saturday & Sunday of Labor Day weekend this year for information on the event and a registration see THIS or contact Jon Andrews at email@example.com or Jan & Bill Sheets at firstname.lastname@example.org
See a teaser of 2013 pictures
Please check back soon, or like us on Facebook for all the latest updates.
2014 SALUTE TO THE VETERANS OF WWII
Thank you to everyone – volunteers, attendees, and friends near and far – who made our 6th Annual Living History Event: Salute to the Veterans of WWII so outstanding. We would like to extend a special thanks to our WWII veterans, whose service and sacrifice we will never forget… we salute you!
INDIANA MILITARY MUSEUM GRAND OPENING
May 31, 2013
On May 31, the Indiana Military Museum held a grand opening for its new location at 715 South 6th Street in Vincennes. We hosted more than 400 guests for the event, including four of the board’s most noted honorary members: George Patton, the grandson of Gen. George S. Patton Jr.; Capt. Frank Lee Culbertson Jr., a retired astronaut who flew the Discovery in 1993 and 2001 and who lived on board the International Space Station for 129 days; retired Maj. Gen. John Singlaub; and Maj. Gen. John D. Riddle.
Grand Opening Event Photos