The Museum of the American G.I. is proud to host both permanent and temporary exhibits outside of our collection of vehicles and uniforms. These exhibits usually concentrate on a specific time period or conflict, serving as a means to educate the public and honor the memories of the troops who served. Check back often to see what new and exciting exhibits we have coming up!


Permanent Exhibits

Texas Vietnam Heroes Exhibit
This commemorative exhibit features hand-embossed dog tags for every Texas serviceman who died or went missing in action during the Vietnam War. Visitors are encouraged to touch the dog tags as they search for friends and family members who made the ultimate sacrifice in one of America’s most controversial wars.


Temporary and Upcoming Exhibits

Over There: America in WWI– April 7th, 2017- December 31st, 2018
Learn about America’s role in the Great War, from recruiting the man power, to selling the war, to the technological advancements in the field. This exhibit features an impressive collection of original posters, uniforms, vehicles, and the only fully operational FT-17 Renault Tank in North America!

A Shared Experience: Brazos County in the Great War 1917-1918– April 7th, 2017- December 31st, 2018
To commemorate the contributions and sacrifices made by the citizens in the Brazos County during World War I, the Museum of the American G.I. has partnered with the Brazos County World War I Centennial Committee to host special exhibits on A Shared Experience: Brazos County in the Great War 1917-1918. Check out what we’re currently showing and what’s coming next!