National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center

National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center

History Museum, Movie Theater, and American Restaurant
Columbus
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  • Commando Military Supply
    "amazing displays"(5 Tips)
    Josh B.
    "The NIM Combat Simulators are pretty intense."(3 Tips)
    James C.
    "The last 100 yards entrance to the museum is mind blowing."(2 Tips)
    Angel M.
    "This is amazing exhibit of history and heroes!"(5 Tips)
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  • Doug W.
    Doug W1 week ago
    Just impressive. If you're in the Fort Benning/Columbus, GA area this is a must see.
  • Aaron W.
    Aaron Wagner1 week ago
    Attended nephew's graduation and the history integrated into the grounds of this museum was awesome. Suggested donation for visit was $5
  • Angelyn A.
    Angelyn Aifd CfdSeptember 26
    Spent most of the day here
  • Jackson
    JacksonAugust 2
    Loved this museum. The displays are unbelievable. Couldn't believe how nice this place was
  • Christine K.
    One of the best museums I've ever been to.
  • MyndiCan
    MyndiCanJune 11
    A wonderful event with great new family members.
  • James C.
    James CAugust 16, 2015
    One of the best museums that I have ever visited. The last 100 yards entrance to the museum is mind blowing. Absolutely worth a visit.
  • C-SPAN
    C-SPANMarch 30, 2015
    Fort Benning of Columbus, GA has been home to multiple training schools located at its base, including the Army Ranger School, Officer Candidate School, and Jump School. Watch this video for more info Read more
  • Bryant B.
    Bryant BearfieldJanuary 17, 2015
    Everything is good here IMAX
  • Mike B.
    Mike BurnsDecember 6, 2014
    Soldiers Marathon.
  • Edward J.
    Edward JohnsonOctober 26, 2014
    SIM range and the combat SIM are main points but the museum in an entirety is a great place
  • Brian B.
    Brian BlackwellSeptember 6, 2014
    Simulators
  • Karina F.
    Karina FreireAugust 8, 2014
    Recommend a entire day to visit.
  • Jeremiah D.
    Jeremiah DilleyJune 8, 2014
    What a great place to go and it is free !!!
  • remington l.
    remington longstrethApril 12, 2014
    The NIM has a walk through with videos, life sized figures of soldiers from our past wars and their personal stories. It also has a large room downstairs that can be used for formal events.
  • Histocrats
    HistocratsFebruary 10, 2014
    Great exhibits! Walk through America's military past
  • Rick W.
    Rick W.December 1, 2013
    Very cool place to visit. Loved it and learned a thing or two. :-)
  • Matt D.
    Matt DavisSeptember 22, 2013
    Bring the whole family! One of the most impressive museums I've been to for sure.
  • Commando Military Supply
    The National Infantry Museum is one of the top destinations in town and has some amazing displays of our military heritage and history. Definitely worth a trip.
  • Paul T.
    Paul TacciJune 14, 2013
    Great place to revisit our nations history and learn some new things. Medals are on display on the ground floor center display.
  • Angel M.
    Angel MorganApril 11, 2013
    This is amazing exhibit of history and heroes!
  • Matthew M.
    Matthew MetcalfeMarch 5, 2013
    Entrance is free! A thorough history of the infantryman. Unbelievable war trophies and (for a fee) some awesome simulators.
  • Mark S.
    Mark SDecember 22, 2012
    If you do the simulators ask for a weapons overview first. We didn't get any tips on operation.
  • Kimberly K.
    Kimberly Kimbrough-ParkerSeptember 13, 2012
    What an awesome place with so much history and the simulated artilery in the humvee was fantastic!!! The food was delicious, If ever try the flank steak on ciabatta with fries!!! Yummy...
  • Kevin P.
    Kevin PattersonAugust 4, 2012
    It's a nice place to visit for a history lesson. The staff are very knowledgeable.
  • Thairi G.
    Thairi GroomsMay 30, 2012
    Another pic
  • Thairi G.
    Thairi GroomsMay 30, 2012
    Lots of pics
  • Michael M.
    Michael MolinaroApril 24, 2012
    If you have never been to the Smithsonian, then save your gas money because the Infantry Museum is as good as it gets. The Final 100 yards exhibit is sure to give you chills. A must-visit.
  • Doug W.
    Doug WhittApril 4, 2012
    Been here 50+ times
    Check out the Fife and Drum Restaurant on the second floor, great eats!
  • Zackery S.
    Zackery StarlingMarch 28, 2012
    The Sims are good but the rifle range was broke. Great museum though
  • Weslee W.
    Weslee WilsonFebruary 11, 2012
    Awesome place to learn about the men who keep you safe at night. .11B!
  • Melanie B.
    Melanie BartlettFebruary 2, 2012
    If your a student then you will get a discount to see the IMAX documentaries.
  • Christy N.
    Christy NoulletJanuary 3, 2012
    Easily the coolest place in the area. Amazing!! Oh! Did I mention its free??
  • Robert B.
    Robert BrooksNovember 26, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Take your time and learn!
  • Naartjie Multimedia
    Naartjie MultimediaOctober 26, 2011
    We have the pleasure of working with NIM on their marketing needs, and know first hand what a gem this "place to remember" is. The exhibits. The IMAX. The Combat Simulators. One visit won't be enough!
  • Jordan B.
    Jordan BeckSeptember 28, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    In addition to all the great artifacts and interactive exhibits, the NIM offers the most immersive entertainment options in GA, including the only IMAX theatre between ATL and Pensacola.
  • Christina P.
    Christina PriceSeptember 16, 2011
    We will be back!
  • D T.
    D TroutmanSeptember 14, 2011
    Been here 10+ times
    Bring the family, it's free!! But they do ask for a small donation of $5, go have lunch in the Fife & Drum and the do all of the simulators and learn the history of our American solider. PRICELESS
  • K12 Inc
    K12 IncAugust 24, 2011
    Did you know? The Army is the oldest and largest of the U.S. armed forces. Then known as the Continental Army, it was formed on June 14, 1775 with George Washington as Commander-in-Chief. Read more
  • Josh B.
    Josh BeckerAugust 17, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    A world-class museum, right here in Columbus. The NIM Combat Simulators are pretty intense. Haven't seen an IMAX flick yet, but the restaurant is pretty good. If you live here & haven't been, shame!
  • Bill B.
    Bill BeckerAugust 14, 2011
    Try the NIM SIMs. Realistic virtual combat simulators. Get the full package. It's the nest deal
  • Ryan C.
    Ryan ClementsMarch 13, 2011
    Be sure to leave a donation and don't miss the Infantry Theater!
  • Jennifer B.
    Jennifer BhagiaMarch 5, 2011
    A beautiful facility, with a suggested $5 donation! Displays detail the lives of infantrymen and women throughout history.
  • Lee B.
    Lee BrewerFebruary 27, 2011
    very very cool if you like military history!
  • Nikki #⃣1⃣
    Nikki #⃣1⃣October 31, 2010
    Love the Vietnam Jungle room. This museum is truly amazing.
  • Rob S.
    Rob SchwingApril 14, 2010
    A hidden gem of a musuem and it is TOTALLY free to the public. Only charge is for the IMAX theater.
  • Aaron M.
    Aaron MyersMarch 28, 2010
    Great place to go, and it's FREE!
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