Engineer CastleU.S. Army Engineer School


Engineer Museum

About the Engineer Museum

Engineer equipment

The U.S. Army Engineer Museum is a federal museum, chartered through the United States Army. We offer a variety of gallery displays including: WWII temporary mobilization buildings, the development of American Army engineering equipment, topographic engineering, landmine warfare, tactical bridging, special weapons, and much more.  

Hours of Operation and Contact Information:

Hours of Operation:
0800-1600 Monday - Friday
1000- 1600 Saturday

Closed Federal Holidays

Free of Charge, Open to the Public

US Army Engineer Museum
495 South Dakota Avenue
Building 1607
Fort Leonard Wood, MO 65473

Telephone:  573-596-0780



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The Army Engineer Association:

AEAThe AEA is a non-profit organization which supports the Army Corps of Engineers total family of Soldiers and Civilians, with programs and services not available elsewhere.  The AEA Regimental Store is located in the Army Engineer Museum at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri. Proceeds from the store are directly applied to support programs and services of the Army Engineer Association, each oriented on service to the Engineer Regiment.







John B. Mahaffey Museum Complex:

The John B. Mahaffey Museum Complex includes the Engineer Museum as well as the Chemical Corps and Military Police museums. Please click to links below for these regimental museum websites

Chemical Regiment

MP Regiment




School tours are welcome at the John B. Mahaffey Museum Complex, but they must be chaperoned. Please see the documents below for more information:

Museum School Packet
Chaperone Guide