The Fort George G. Meade Museum was established to collect, preserve, study and exhibit historical artifacts pertaining to the history of Fort George G. Meade. The Museum is dedicated "in proud memory of those members of the United States Army who died in the defense of Freedom".
Inside the museum, visitors will discover a wealth of historic artifacts, photographs, documents, and paintings. Outside, on the beautifully landscaped Museum grounds, visitors can see historic military equipment including tanks, armored personnel carriers, a Nike "Ajax" missile, and a helicopter.
Visiting the Museum
4674 Griffin Ave
Fort Meade, MD 20755
Access for Post Visitors: Same day visits may not be possible for non-DoD ID cardholders. Those who are not DoD affiliated personnel must have a valid purpose for entering the installation. Visiting the museum is no longer a valid reason for access to Fort Meade. To avoid delays visitors should be accompanied by a DoD ID cardholder (generally a Service member or federal employee). At a minimum, visitors should be prepared to present two forms of identification with one being a driver's license if operating a motor vehicle when entering the installation.
The Fort George G. Meade Museum has a fascinating variety of exhibits for your enjoyment and education. Inside the Museum or out, visitors can view original artwork, authentic uniforms, real battle tanks, photographs, war memorabilia, and period displays. Archive items are not on display in the Museum but are available here for viewing and downloading. The Army Values page, in one document, encapsulates everything the United States military and its members have ever stood for.
- Tel: 301-677-6966