National Museum of Military Vehicles

National Museum of Military Vehicles



About Us

Our Museum honors our veterans and their families for their contributions to creating and sustaining American freedom.

You may not expect it in a small Wyoming town so close to Yellowstone National Park, but the National Museum of Military Vehicles is our nation's premier, world-class military history museum.

We’re dedicated to honoring the service and sacrifice of veterans and their families and active-duty servicemen and women. We tell their stories in three major galleries through immersive exhibits with a current focus on World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.

In total, the 140,000 sq. foot Museum currently displays the world’s largest private collection of over 500 fully restored military vehicles. Also, the Museum presents a historically significant major firearms collection that includes the fully authenticated musket that fired the first shot in the Revolutionary War Battle of Bunker Hill.

And the Museum continues to grow, with a planned Sept. 2022 opening of a new building on our expanding campus. The new 20,000 square-foot building is designed to host a 500-person banquet hall, two smaller conference rooms, a cafe and commercial kitchen, additional administrative space, exhibition prep areas, and additional exhibit storage.


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Friendly Cashier in a Fast-Casual Restaurant
Category: +General
GENERAL PURPOSE We are searching for a friendly and professional cashier to provide guests a superior experience in our museum’s fast-casual restaurant. Employees will use cash registers, electronic scanners, and related equipment to conduct monetary transactions with customers. Additional responsibilities include processing food orders, cleaning public spaces, and packaging orders. ESSENTIAL more
Phone:(307) 455-3802
Open Position for Director of Education at National Museum of Military Vehicles
Category: Education
Job Summary The Director of Education, under the general supervision of the Museum Director and direct supervision of the Curator, coordinates K-12 educational programming and is responsible for the museum’s educational programs. This position is charged with the development, implementation, revenue generation, and marketing of these programs, and seeks to attract very diverse constituencies and more
Phone:(307) 455-3802