Visit The Museum
The ASOM is at the entrance of Historic Downtown Fayetteville at the corner of Bragg Blvd. and Hay St., within walking distance of restaurants, entertainment and shops. Fort Bragg is located less than 10 miles from downtown, visitors must obtain a gate pass at the All American Visitors Center. Find details about installation access here.
100 Bragg Boulevard
Fayetteville, North Carolina 28301
Tuesday-Friday 10am-4:30 pm
The ASOM will not be open on weekends until further notice.
To schedule a free reservation to tour the Museum, please click here.
PLEASE NOTE: The Exhibit Gallery and Gift Shop closes at 4:30, and the rest of the Museum closes promptly at 5:00 pm. We recommend allowing 2-3 hours to tour the museum and grounds. No food, beverages or smoking are permitted in the museum, or galleries. Flash photography is not permitted inside the museum or galleries. Professional photographers may inquire if they wish to take limited photographs.
The ASOM is closed on Mondays and most federal holidays to include Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. However, the museum is open on Memorial Day, Independence Day, and Veterans Day.
While admission is free, donations to support future programs and exhibits are greatly needed and appreciated. Please consider an online donation to support the future of the ASOM once you sign-in to the Museum.
A paid ticket for the Pritzker Simulator is required and can be purchased in the Gift Shop.
The U.S. Army Airborne & Special Operations Museum is one of the most advanced Army museums and prides itself on attention to detail, evident in the accessibility of the museum to all visitors. Handicap parking is available near the entrance, and all exhibits and the grounds are designed for everyone to enjoy. Gently sloping walkways surround the building, and a wide sweeping path winds its way through the main exhibit area. Visit our Information Desk if a wheelchair is needed for your visit. We have four wheelchairs available for those who require them.
There is plenty of free parking available in front of the museum and can accommodate RVs and buses. Large vehicle parking is available along Hillsboro Street and in the parking lot adjacent to the North Carolina State Veterans Park.