U.S. Army Engineer Museum - Mahaffey Museum Complex

14296 South Dakota Avenue

Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri 65473


A federal museum chartered through the United States Army.
The U.S. Army Engineer Museum represents the different roles engineers play in the U.S. Army.  The encyclopedia gallery includes artifacts and replicas dating back to the days of paddlewheels and pontoons.  The topographic area features tools and projects of surveyors and mapmakers from colonial times through the present. The land mine display features mines, detectors, and foreign armament used to develop land mine warfare technology.
Over 10,000 square feet of galleries representing the US Army Corps of Engineers, from the American Revolution to the present.  Explore models of the many bridges Engineers build – such as floating, fixed, and mobile - and learn about the explosives the engineers use to demolish the same types of bridges.


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14296 South Dakota Avenue
Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri 65473

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