The Museum of Military History features numerous exhibits of the United States’ most prominent wars. Through the contributions and donations of the local community, we are able to preserve and display personal artifacts that were once owned and used by the local Veterans from during their time of service. Each piece serves as a reminder of the sacrifice that the men and women of our nation’s Armed Forces have paid for the freedoms and liberties that we have in this country.
Developed, donated, and constructed by the Joshua Stevens Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution of St. Cloud, Florida, this exhibit features Revolutionary War era muskets, uniforms, and other colonial artifacts.
World War I
Our World War 1 exhibit contains various century-old military and personal artifacts as unique as the people who once owned them. One of the most noticeable is our pristine condition C.E.M. Gas Mask as seen on Travel Channel’s “Mysteries at the Museum”.
World War II
Containing more artifacts than any of our other exhibits, our World War exhibit displays personal items once owned and used by Central Florida’s members of our nation’s greatest generation.
This exhibit pays homage to the men, women, and canines of all active branches of our nation’s military. Unique to this museum are the personal items at local Veterans had once cherished in remembrance of their service.
Military Motor Pool
Regardless of our size, our museum contains a moderate amount of military service vehicles ranging from World War 2 to Desert Storm. Here, guests are able to interact with our vehicles as backgrounds for their unique photos with our military gear and uniforms.