Come visit us at The Museum of Military Memorabilia. We have thousands of military artifacts from all branches of the Military. The Museum is located in the Naples Municipal Airport which was originally built by the Army Corps of Engineers to train pilots for the pacific theater in WWII.

What has begun as a Museum Honoring Military Aviation in WWII has evolved into so much more. You can now see historical artifacts dating back to the Revolutionary War and all the way up to the present day Iraq & Afghanistan conflicts.

2012 marked the 70th anniversary of the founding of the Naples Airport as a WWII Army Air Forces Training Base.

About the Museum

About the Museum

We are a new, Southwest Florida, 501(c)(3), military memorabilia museum with over 10,000 artifacts available for public viewing. We are pleased to present exhibits of these treasures to local area groups and the general public, while we are actively searching for a new “home” site for them. Our goal is:

1) to create a full service museum to honor the veterans who have in the past, and are now protecting the cause of freedom

2) to preserve the artifacts associated with the military history

3) to present information that will create greater understanding of these conflicts among present and future generations

4) Work with other organizations which will support this mission.

For the location of present exhibits, check the events link. To arrange an exhibit for your group, Email us at       [email protected] or call (941) 575-0401

We have a very active Board of Directors, and a growing group of enthusiasts, who have been and abiding interest in presenting for public viewing, mind catching displays of historic military items, together with supporting historical information about these items, in an effort to honor those who have served, and even given their lives, for their countries in the conflicts represented. We regard the Preservation of these treasured artifacts of the conflicts represented by the museum’s presentations to be a sacred trust.

Through them we can recreate an historic “realism” for viewers and supply helpful historical information for serious students of these conflicts – both important to a better understanding of how and why these wars were fought.