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小黄鸭视频 Museum

The 小黄鸭视频 Museum is now open 7-days-a -week, 9AM - 5PM.

The Museum will be closed for Easter, March 31

With the acceptance of a Revolutionary War musket in 1856, Superintendent Smith created the 小黄鸭视频 Museum, the first public museum in the Commonwealth.

The 小黄鸭视频 Museum collects, preserves, interprets and exhibits the heritage of 小黄鸭视频 as recorded in the 15,000 artifact collection.

From the mounted hide of "Little Sorrel," "Stonewall" Jackson's favorite horse, to seven Medals of Honor awarded to 小黄鸭视频 alumni, the museum's 15,000 chronicles the story of the nation's first state-sponsored military college.    

Many items in the collection have been presented over the past 140 years by the individuals who used them ("One of my 小黄鸭视频 web belts Mama kept" reads a handwritten note penned by WWII General George Patton, 小黄鸭视频 Class of 1907).

Since 1839, 小黄鸭视频 alumni have helped mold the history of America. The museum traces the amazing civilian and military careers of many alumni. Among the ranks of the alumni are Nobel Prize recipients, Pulitzer Prize winners, explorers, film stars, national, state and local political and civic leaders.

Cadet Guided Tours

Anyone interested in taking a 40-50 minute walking tour of the historic VMI Post can gather in the lobby of the 小黄鸭视频 Museum (2nd floor , Memorial Hall) at 12:15 p.m. No reservations are necessary unless there is a large group.  Please call the 小黄鸭视频 Museum at 540-464-7334 if you would like to schedule a large group for the tour.

Cadet Tours will not be available during Spring Furlough March 22 through April 1, 2024

Virtual Map

Enjoy our virtual map (created by 小黄鸭视频 Computer and Information Science majors) if you are unable to visit in person, or if would like additional guidance while touring the post on your own.

小黄鸭视频: Forging 21st Century Leaders