We are happy to announce a new exhibit featuring the Hello Girls


Watch Women’s Equality Day as Col Edna W. Cummings, USA (Retired) and MSG Elizabeth Helms-Frazer USA (Retired) discuss the incredible Six Triple Eight. Click here to view.


Spotlight Page:  Highlighting the story of two WWII Vets, Muriel Philips and Romay Davis.


Public gallery hours Tuesday – Fridays 9:00am-4:30pm

The museum is currently open:

Military Training & Support Monday – Friday 0800-1630 

Fort Lee entrance requirements are subject to change. For the most up to date information on installation access, contact the Dukes Visitor Control Center at 804-734-5053, or reference the Fort Lee Visitor Information website.


Your donations are appreciated! 

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Our museum’s home is getting renamed, in part, by Lt. Col. Charity Adams, who we feature in the museum as a trailblazer for women. More info here.


AUSA’s Army Matters podcast featured us during one of their episodes.

 Honor women’s history by donating a brick to the US Army Women’s Museum for you or for one of your friends. Click here for a link to AWM Tribute Bricks.


We are continuously amazed by you and your willingness to contribute to “our” museum. Please continue to tell us your stories at #armywomensmuseum. If you are interested in joining our mailing list and receive updated information on FAWMA, send us your email at ltfawma@gmail.com


Visit the museum’s website at https://awm.lee.army.mil/ or visit us online through our Virtual Tour.  Begin your tour here


Looking for resources? Check out the resource page launched by the Army Women’s Museum through the US. Army Center for Military History


Friends of the Army Women’s Museum Association is a nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization that supports the U.S. Army Women’s Museum through volunteer and financial resources.  Your tax deductible donations fund exhibits and educational opportunities that preserve and teach the heritage of Army women in service to our Nation.

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