Freedom Museum, USA

Freedom Museum USA has static displays provided by the Army, Air Force, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and much more!  The Museum collection is housed in an old water pumping station originally built by the WPA in 1939.  In August 1986, Pampa Army Airfield Reunion, later in conjunction with VFW Post 1657, began development of a museum to commemorate and honor those brave men and women who sacrificed so much that we might be free.  Freedom Museum USA is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit and officially opened in August 1994.  Remodeled and enlarged, the museum is currently staffed by volunteers and all contributions, which are tax-deductible, are directed fully to the development and maintenance of the facility.  All branches of the United States Armed Forces are represented.  Exhibits of both official and private artifacts from military and civilian sources offer a well-rounded view of American military history.  After completion of the latest addition, Freedom Museum USA currently contains approximately 3600 square feet to house an amazing selection of exhibits dating from the Civil War to present day.

Freedom Museum USA also has an exceptional collection of static displays including a WWII B25 Bomber, Vietnam era F4 Phantom and F105D fighter jets, a M60 tank which served in Desert Storm, and many other exciting statics.

The museum is located in Pampa's Memorial Park 600 N Hobart and is open to the public Tuesday through Saturday, from noon until 4:00 p.m. For more information call the museum at 806-669-6066 or visit their website.