Exhibits

Exhibits

The Motts Military Museum is dedicated to preserving the memory of all individuals that served in the United States Military. Each item displayed carries with it a personal story that will help us remember the price paid for freedom.

See our Special Exhibits: Medal of Honor Recipient Ronald E. Rosser, General Paul Tibbets, Captain Eddie Rickenbacker, and The Tuskegee Airmen.

We have the nation’s second largest collection of Holocaust memorabilia and the world’s second largest collection of artifacts from 9/11—both the World Trade Center in NYC and the Pentagon. Unfortunately, these items are in storage until we can raise the necessary funds, materials, and labor to construct new buildings to display them. And we are still looking for donors to assist us with paying off the mortgage on the plot of land we purchased on the north side of our grounds that allows for future expansion. We have the exhibits and plans. We need the funds and resources from individuals, companies, and organizations to make these displays reality. Please contact the museum with any ideas.

Each military conflict represented below offers a brief summary, and a small sample from our vast Museum collection.