Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles
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Welcome to the official Web site of the Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles (HMMV), a non-profit organization run by volunteers and funded by donations and grants.

The museum has about 100 vehicles including helicopters, tanks, halftracks, ambulances, and a jeep from every branch of the service plus displays of weapons, uniforms, engines, equipment, and more. The everyday necessities of a soldier's life, such as MREs, blend with unique vehicles like those used by the German army in World War II.

This hands-on museum invites you to see, touch, and even sit in vehicles that have been restored and, for the most part, are operational. Vehicles date from World War II but displays include items from World War I as well.

Open DAILY except
Christmas and New Year's Day

10 a.m.  - 5 p.m.
Monday thru Saturday
Sunday 1-5 p.m.

The HMMV is just off Interstate 80
at exit 237 Lexington, Nebraska.

308.324.6329
606 Heartland Road
[email protected]

November 12, 2014 - give BIG lexington Day of Giving

November 12, 2014 - give BIG lexington Day of Giving

Please consider donating to our non-profit fund on November 12, 2014. You can link right to our donation page here.

New at the Museum! We now have a M*A*S*H Exhibit in progress at the museum. We are having fun recreating scenes from the popular M*A*S*H series and invite you to come see it for a walk down memory lane.

We've had a BEAR Invasion!!! Oh My!!! Check it out!!

U.S.S. Lexington Exhibit is a MUST SEE!

 

Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles - Dedicated to Those Who Served

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Heartland Museum of Military Vehicles
606 Heartland Road
Lexington, Nebraska 68850
308-324-6329

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