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National Museum of Military Vehicles wins third consecutive Top Attraction Award

(National Museum of Military Vehicles, Facebook)

DUBOIS, Wyo. — The National Museum of Military Vehicles announced that it has won its third consecutive Tripadvisor Travelers’ Choice Award, which places the destination in the top 10% of worldwide attractions based on Tripadvisor reviews.

The museum spans 160,000 square feet and is located in Dubois, Wyoming. According to a release from the museum, its comprehensive collection of military items includes the musket responsible for the firing of the first shot at the 1775 Battle of Bunker Hill, other historic weapons and the country’s largest collection of military vehicles.

Chief Growth Officer at Tripadvisor John Boris said in the release that the award honors the top echelon of businesses in their pursuit of hospitality, and the museum is no exception.

“The National Museum of Military Vehicles has made a memorable impact on its visitors, compelling many to share positive reviews of their experiences,” Boris said in the release. “This recognition by Tripadvisor serves as a trusted marker for quality, helping travelers decide where to visit next. We hope this accolade continues to attract visitors in 2024 and beyond.”

The award, based on the reviews on Tripadvisor left by happy museum-goers, highlights many of the amenities that are featured at the museum. Reviews included in the release by anonymous visitors praised the museum’s collection of artifacts and vehicles and even the museum’s café.

“My wife and I stopped here on our way back from Yellowstone and were absolutely amazed at the number of vehicles, firearms, and related items in this huge museum,” one review included in the release stated.

Museum founder Dan Starks said that no museum in the country matches the wealth of education that the National Museum of Military Vehicles provides in terms of military history.

“While other museums may focus on a single war or military branch, we honor American freedom by educating about all of our military branches across multiple conflicts,” Starks said in the release.

For more information on the National Museum of Military Vehicles and its Tripadvisor reviews, see the museum’s website or Tripadvisor page.