Fort Polk Museum


The Fort Polk Museum exhibits artifacts and interprets the historic contributions of the Army at Fort Polk from 1940 to present day. Fort Polk's storyline emphasizes the training missions and development of Army doctrine at the post during WW2; the Korean War and the 1950s; the Vietnam War and the Infantry Training Center; the late Cold War and the 5ID (Mech); and later missions involving peace keeping and the Global War on Terror. Exhibits include those in the museum gallery, and static displays of macro-artifacts on the museum grounds, in Warrior Memorial Park, and at Polk Army Air Field.

Visiting the Museum

Admission Free


Monday Closed
Tuesday 0900 1600
Wednesday 0900 1600
Thursday 0900 1600
Friday 0900 1600
Saturday 0900 1600
Sunday Closed

Closed on Federal Holidays

7881 Mississippi Ave, Bldg. 927
Fort Polk, LA 71459