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Lewis Army Museum, Joint Base Lewis-McChord, Pierce County, Washington, USA

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Location Category ID: 97100
Added to Database: 14 November 2010
Last Edited: 14 November 2010
Telephone: (253) 967-7207
Email: lewisdptmsmuseum [at] (Replace [at] with @)
Opening Times: Closed for renovation, due to reopen November 2011.
Official Website: Lewis Army Museum
Other Links: Google Street View
Latitude, Longitude: 47.10880798 , -122.60948181
Location Accuracy: 7
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The Fort Lewis Military Museum was originally established in 1971 in a two-storey barracks on main Fort Lewis. In July 1973 it was relocated and rededicated in the old Fort Lewis Inn, where it is now. The aim of the museum is to collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the military history of the Pacific Northwest, from the first major expedition to explore the region by Lewis and Clark in the early 1800s, to modern day Fort Lewis.
The larger exhibits are on display in an outside display park, across the courtyard from the museum building. These exhibits include wheeled and tracked vehicles, a train, missiles and artillery pieces.
The museum is currently closed.

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August 2009

Lewis Army Museum building, photo by J. Mabel
1: Lewis Army Museum building, photo by J. Mabel

Taken: 26 August 2009
Contributor: Wikimedia
Location Photo ID: 364
Added: 16 November 2010
Views: 142
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