In accordance with all applicable Federal, State, and County guidelines regarding the pandemic, the Miami Military Museum will now be open to the public on the following days and times this summer:
Thursday 10 am to 4 pm
Friday 10 am to 4 pm
Saturday 10 am to 4 pm
All rules governing Miami-Dade County Parks, Recreation and Open Spaces will be in effect, including small groups only, face masks and social distancing. For details call 305-905-5196. Thank you for your cooperation. Welcome. We are all in it together.
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.
Recent and Upcoming Events
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On Saturday December 7th the Miami Military Museum hosted civic and military ceremonies observing the Pearl Harbor National Day of Remembrance on the grounds of the museum. After the colors were presented, the Chaplain gave the Invocation. Several Veterans offered remarks, and the St. Andrews bagpiper and drummer played Amazing Grace, while Sea Cadets posted a wreath. Then Boy Scouts of Troop 575 provided a unique Flag Retirement ceremony. The bugler played Taps concluding the observance. Afterwards the NAS Richmond Sea Cadet Division held a carwash on the grounds. Indoors Professor Brian Fonseca led a simulation of the Pearl Harbor attack.