In accordance with the Mayor's pandemic guidance, the Miami Military Museum will be open Thursday/Friday/Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm, by appointment, for groups no larger than ten, with masks and social distancing. Call 305-964-3783 to schedule a visit.
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We are the Miami Military Museum and Memorial, honoring all branches of the US Armed Forces, as well as its clandestine services. We especially recognize the service, the sacrifice, and the accomplishments of the active military, veterans, families and supporters of this great community.
We are dedicated to preserving the rich military heritage of Florida for all its diverse community. We serve as the educational voice enriching the community. Click Here to learn more.
Our museum chronicles the history of South Florida from World War II till the present day. Click Here for detailed information on historic periods we cover.
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March 25th is Medal of Honor Day in the United States. Medal of Honor Day is a federal observance that honors the "heroism and sacrifice of Medal of Honor recipients for the United States."
This year, the Miami Military Museum is proud to highlight an essay by Miami Springs Senior High School 12-grade student Jennifer Cousin. Jennifer's essay commemorates the ultimate sacrifice made by the 3,512 Medal of Honor recipients awarded throughout American history. In her essay Jennifer highlights Bruce W. Carter, a fellow Miami Springs Senior High School alumnus and the only Medal of Honor Recipient from Miami Dade County. Click Here to read Jennifer's essay.
May 13 & 14, 2022
Miami Military Museum teamed with the South Dade Veteran Alliance, Florida International University, and others to bring you Common Threads of Military Women two-day conference on May 13-14, 2022. Event will take place at FIU. See program flyer Click Here.