Soldiers Memorial Military Museum

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Soldiers Memorial Military Museum is a state-of-the-art museum facility in downtown St. Louis that honors military service, veterans and their families. Soldiers Memorial shares American military history through the lens of St. Louis. Following a multi-million dollar revitalization, this St. Louis landmark is reopening November 3, 2018 under the operational leadership of the Missouri Historical Society.

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"John J. Pershing" :)
Reviewed By Myo M October 2015

"The thing" to see at this place is a big grand painting portrait of Gen. John J. Pershing, the commander of the AEF (American Expeditionary Force) in WW1, and apart from that grand portrait are...

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Hurry Here For A Quick Tour
Reviewed By Bob H February 2016

The Soldier's Memorial museum will close February 29 for renovations. It could be two years before it reopens. Hurry to downtown Saint Louis and check out this free museum with exhibits, paintings...

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Educational and Free
Reviewed By Etonian30 October 2015

Nice small museum with good displays. 1 hour and you can look at everything. We were there during Sista Strut Walk and local radio station was blaring hip hop but not the end of world. Kids were...

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