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US Army Chemical Corps Museum

495 S Dakota Ave Bldg 1607, Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473-8851
+1 573-329-6566
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The most impressive of the museums.

Here we were under a very realistic war sorroundings, listening to war sounds!! The memorabilia is... read more

Reviewed 20 August 2017
Brenda J
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I didn't give a 5 start because is a shared museum with the MP and Engineers and is a small space... read more

Reviewed 3 December 2016
Joel J. M
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  • Excellent58%
  • Very good23%
  • Average19%
  • Poor0%
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495 S Dakota Ave Bldg 1607, Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473-8851
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Reviewed 20 August 2017

Here we were under a very realistic war sorroundings, listening to war sounds!! The memorabilia is very good and the presentation is probably the best of all the museums.Very good for all the family including children. Also has a small store.

Thank Brenda J
Reviewed 3 December 2016 via mobile

I didn't give a 5 start because is a shared museum with the MP and Engineers and is a small space withing minutes you can completed. But in that small space if you get to read every display you get to learn a lot of...More

Thank Joel J. M
Reviewed 13 September 2016

The Museum provides and excellent display of US Army History and the innovative methods and ways the US Army conduct missions in the beginning. Really place to take the family and learn about the US Army and America

Thank michaelmS4918LE
Reviewed 6 September 2016

The US army chemical corps museum is very historical and you take a walk down memory lane. If you ever want to plan a school trip take a trip here because of how historical it is. YOU should really come on sown and enjoy it...More

Thank Samantha_227776
Reviewed 22 April 2016

Good way to gain an appreciation for the evolution of this unit. We visited with our son on Family Day.

Thank chris_flanagan8
Reviewed 17 April 2016 via mobile

I only give this average because it take space from the Engineer museum. This , the trans and the MPs need their own building so the Engineers can expand.

Thank Tim J
Reviewed 1 August 2015

Fort Leonard Wood is the home of the US Army Chemical School. This museum is one of the bests. Walk through history; learn something about the Army. Co-located with the Engineer and MP museums.

Thank charlesmA2967WJ
Reviewed 25 January 2015 via mobile

This is one of three museums together at Ft. Leonard Wood Military Base. Be sure to see all of them when your there. There is alot of neat items and information about what the chem 'guys' do. Very informative for all.

Thank weekendwonder1
Reviewed 1 January 2015

This museum was amazing. Learned so much about the Army Chemical Corps. Was worth the trip. The only complaint was that the museum was open until 4 pm but the gift shop closed at 12 noon. We were not notified of this when we entered...More

Thank Dae C
Reviewed 5 June 2014

Who would have known that in 1973 when I became an MP at Ft. Gordon, GA that I would someday become a Chemicals Specialist. There is a lot to see in the Chemical Corps museum. It became a Corps in 1918. You will see the...More

Thank Steve K
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