Provided by Marine Corps Heritage Foundation
The National Museum of the Marine Corps (NMMC) will reopen to the public on May 17, 2021 after a temporary closure related to COVID-19. The Museum team is excited to welcome visitors while taking great care to ensure the wellbeing of visitors, volunteers, and staff.
In conjunction with the reopening of the Museum, the Marine Corps Heritage Foundation is offering a series of promotions throughout the month of May:
- On May 17, Medal of Honor Theater guests will receive a takeaway snack compliments of Tun Tavern
- Through May 31, We, The Marines tickets are priced at $4.00. Guests may also receive $1 off We, The Marines tickets* with eligible Museum Store receipt, redeemable at the Box Office
- Through May 31, receive 10% off one item in the Museum Store with eligible We, The Marines ticket stub
*Discounts redeemable in person only
The extension of Legacy Walk, the timeline leading to the exhibit galleries, will be open to the public beginning May 17. These exhibits tell Marine Corps stories of humanitarian efforts, special duties, Marine families, 9/11 and the ultimate sacrifice. Scuttlebutt Theater, Tun Tavern, the Medal of Honor Theater and the gift shop will be open to visitors as well.
Some areas of the Museum are temporarily closed for the safety of visitors. Touch screens will be available, but some other interactives will remain closed for now. The Children’s Gallery is currently closed.
For information about the Museum’s reopening protocols, frequently asked questions and more, visit usmcmuseum.com/covid-19.
The National Museum of the Marine Corps is located at 18900 Jefferson David Hwy., Triangle.