An unusual complex of military museums:
A replica of a World War II camp, with barracks, chapel and mess hall, supply office, as well as building displays that discuss segregation in early military life and the German Prisoners that lived at Fort Leonard Wood during WWII.
The Indoor Museum Complex offers; Army Engineer Museum, with maps and tools dating to the Revolutionary War; the Military Police Museum, housing items from U.S. frontier army-post life to the Iraq wars and the Chemical Corps Museum which documents the effects of chemical warfare, covering the last nine centuries. Displays are changed regularly.
Note: Real ID (Drivers license) or Photo ID with additional ID, vehicle registration and proof of insurance required to enter the Fort Leonard Wood Military Installation. Closed major holidays and Saturdays and Sundays. Visit https://home.army.mil/wood/index.php for more information regarding access to Fort Leonard Wood.