6419 US Highway 26
Dubois, WY 82513
The National Museum of Military Vehicles will join the nation as it honors those who perished or lost loved ones on the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on U.S. soil that took the lives of nearly 3,000 people.
On Saturday, Sept. 11, the NMMV will offer free admission to its world-class military history museum near Dubois, Wyoming. The free admission is supported by an unsolicited, anonymous donation with the hope that museum guests can mark the passage of time since the attacks at the museum.
"Since the 9/11 attacks, Americans have promised to 'never forget,'" Alynne Catron, Executive Director of the National Museum of Military Vehicles said. "We are honored that such a generous donation will allow many to experience the museum - a place where we do our best to honor the service and sacrifice of American Veterans and their families every day."
The NMMV remains open every day through Sept. and will change to off-season hours beginning Monday, Oct. 4, when the museum will be open Wed. through Sunday only.
Aug. 23, 2021 - Tim Clark, President of the Military Vehicle Preservation Association, located in Independence, Missouri, announced today that the Board of Directors of the MVPA elected to present the National Museum of Military Vehicles in Dubois, Wyoming, the 2021 Jacques Littlefield Award for Preservation and Education Excellence. The award is presented annually to an institution or organization whose efforts significantly raise the understanding and appreciation of historic military vehicles. The Littlefield Award recognizes uncompromising attention to detail in the preservation, restoration, and display of vehicles and artifacts, including historical accuracy and context, quality of craftsmanship, and an environment that is comfortably accessible for learning, conducive to historians, researchers, and enthusiasts, and respects and protects the historical value and integrity of the vehicles and artifacts.
Roto, a leading planning & design-build firm, has worked with the new $100 million National Museum of Military Vehicles (NMMV) to create a new immersive visitor experience.
We were honored to host KSL-TV from Salt Lake City as they helped us remember the service and sacrifice of American Veterans and their families on Memorial Day.
(CST) - Now, Starks owns the self-proclaimed largest private military vehicle collection in the world and a 140,000-square-foot museum in Dubois -- a town of less than 1,000 people -- that rivals most major metropolitan museums. Anyone is welcome to visit and learn about American history at the National Museum of Military Vehicles.
The National Museum of Military Vehicles (NMMV) announced today that its new Korean and Vietnam War Gallery will open Wednesday, May 26, 2021.
The National Museum of Military Vehicles (NMMV) announced today that it will hold a public ceremony May 15, 2021 to honor the veterans who participated in the Mayaguez rescue on the 46th anniversary of the battle.
The National Museum of Military Vehicles (NMMV) has been recognized as one of the 10 best new attractions in the U.S. for 2020 in a national competition conducted by USA TODAY.
Listen to Dan Starks as he joins the AARP Wyoming's podcast and talks about the National Museum of Military Vehicles in Dubois, Wyoming.
(RIVERTON RANGER) The National Museum of Military Vehicles near Dubois has been recognized as one of the 10 best new attractions in the U.S. for 2020 in a national competition conducted by USA Today.
(Wyoming Public Media) The National Museum of Military Vehicles started out as a personal collection. But the owner and founder of the museum Dan Starks said there was a lot of interest in viewing his collection.
(Wyoming Public Media) A new military vehicle museum in Dubois opened to the public in August. Wyoming Public Radio's Kamila Kudelska spoke to owner and founder of the National Museum of Military Vehicles Dan Starks on how he started his private collection with a tank that needed to be restored.
This new museum showcases the world's largest private collection of military vehicles. The 140,000-square-foot space features 432 vehicles plus more than 200 historically significant firearms.
(CSD) Members of Wyoming's Legislature have recognized the owner/operators of the National Museum of Military Vehicles for their contributions to the state's tourism industry. The Legislature, in an informal joint resolution, praised Dan And Cynthia Starks for their work to open the museum south of Dubois.
(WYOMING NEWS NOW) The National Museum of Military Vehicles just outside of Dubois on US Highway 26, opened its doors to the public on August 7th, 2020. Hundreds of millions of dollars have been put into this museum, and it is soon becoming a national treasure not only for civilians, but especially for those who have served.
(WYOMING PBS) This summer, the $100 million National Museum of Military Vehicles opened near Dubois, WY. Inside, the 140,000 sq. foot museum, visitors will find nearly 400 fully restored vehicles and also histrionically significant firearms. The museum works to honor the sacrifice and service of Veterans and their families.
(GILLETTE NEWS RECORD) The grand opening of a world-class museum in Dubois has been postponed. Memorial Day had been the announced date for the public unveiling of the $100 million National Museum of Military Vehicles, constructed by Dan Starks entirely with personal funds.
(MILITARY TRADER) On October 23rd, Morphy Auctions sold the gun that fired the first shot at the 1775 Battle of Bunker Hill for $492,000.
(POWELL TRIBUNE) Wyoming's next great museum is under construction and will open next May. The National Museum of Military Vehicles is a massive facility located just south of Dubois in Fremont County.
(COUNTY 10) It's not everyday you get a chance to be Charlie in the chocolate factory. There just aren't that many dreamers around like Willie Wonka who have a passion for sweets and the gumption to construct a massive chocolate factory to share with the world. Unless you consider Dan Starks in Dubois, Wyoming.
(CASPER STAR TRIBUNE) A boyhood passion for military history, a "30-ton paperweight" rotting in a field and a snowball effect all played a part in the process of the creation of the National Museum of Military Vehicles coming to life in Dubois.
6419 US Highway 26
Dubois, WY 82513