National Museum of Military Vehicles

Our Mission

“To honor the service and sacrifice of our veterans and their families. To educate next generations on the history of American freedom. To preserve and share historic military vehicles.”

Dan Starks, Founder

In 2012, Dan Starks bought a tank. It was the start of something big. Since then he's acquired hundreds more tanks, jeeps, trucks, motorcycles, landing craft and other military vehicles. It's now the biggest collection of military rolling stock in in the U.S. outside of the armed forces themselves.

Unknown Soldiers Weapons Vault

There is a smaller museum within the museum featuring a historically significant collection of firearms -- from the first sniper rifle used in combat to the fully authenticated musket that fired the first shot in the Revolutionary War Battle of Bunker Hill.


Museum Videos

General George C. Marshall Gallery

The General George C. Marshall Gallery at the National Museum of Military Vehicles highlights the American experience during World War II. General Marshall was the head of the Army during World War II and was the architect of the Marshall plan to reconstruct Europe. Winston Churchill lauded Marshall as the "organizer of victory" for his leadership of the Allied victory in World War II.

Virtual Introduction

National Museum of Military Vehicles' founder Dan Starks narrates the mission of the National Museum of Military Vehicles and provides an overview and virtual tour. Included are clips from the newly opened General Lewis "Chesty" Puller Gallery.

Remembering the Veterans Who Participated in the Mayaguez Rescue

The National Museum of Military Vehicles honored the veterans who participated in the Mayaguez rescue on the 46th anniversary of the battle. During the ceremony, a Mayaguez Tribute Truck escorted by Patriot Guards Riders was donated to the museum and 41 Americans who fell during the battle were honored with TAPS, followed by a reunion of surviving Mayaguez veterans. The ceremony was held May 15, 2021.

General Lewis "Chesty" Puller Gallery Ribbon Cutting

The National Museum of Military Vehicles opened its newest gallery on May 26, 2021 with a ribbon cutting ceremony at the museum. The General Lewis "Chesty" Puller Gallery honors the service of the millions of Americans who served in the Korean and Vietnam Wars.



Here is up-to-date information on the services available at the National Museum of Military Vehicles



Parking is free. There is ample parking for passenger vehicles, RVs and tour buses.


Chance Phelps Theatre

The Chance Phelps Theater can accommodate 64 guests. For use of the theater, please contact


Dan Daly & Roy Benavidez Meeting Rooms

The Dan Daly & Roy Benavidez Meeting Rooms can accommodate up to 77 guests. The rooms can be partitioned for multi-use purposes. To plan your next event with us please contact


Picnic Area

The museum has 7 outdoor picnic areas. Food is not available for purchase at the museum.


Gift Shop

The gift shop is stocked full of the latest National Museum of Military Vehicles apparel and souvenirs. Be sure to stop by during your visit. Or, shop online now!


Research Library

Our research library is currently under construction. Please continue to check back for updates and ways to access thousands of military field and vehicle manuals.


The National Museum of Military Vehicles continues to grow. Here are the current stats.


140,000 Sq. feet of museum space (so far).


The National Museum of Military Vehicles is open five days a week during our off-season hours Wednesday-Sunday. (We are closed Mondays and Tuesdays).


200+ Historically signficant firearms


Vehicles in our growing collection


Contact Us

We welcome your questions, comments, praise, and suggestions.

Mailing Address

P.O. Box 1970
Dubois, WY 82513
United States

Phone Number


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