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To schedule a visit in advance, outside these hours, contact the Public Affairs Officer at 812-526-1386 or by email at ng.in.inarng.list.cajmtc-pao@mail.mil

About the Museum

The Camp Atterbury Museum has reopened in its new home in the Camp Atterbury Welcome Center on Hospital Road! The Welcome Center is on the right side of Hospital Road, located just before Durbin Street. Admission to the museum is free and the museum can accommodate individuals as well as large groups, tours, student groups, and the physically disabled. Access to Camp Atterbury is not required to visit the Camp Atterbury Museum and the Outdoor Veterans Memorial. 

The museum is set up on a historical timeline that takes the visitor on a journey through pre-acquisition, construction, activation, unit training and finally, Camp Atterbury as it is today. Camp Atterbury's rich history is on display in artifacts, papers, and photographs from the past seventy years and the museum is a delight to history buffs of all ages. Click here to read the Atterbury History Brochure

Donating to the Museum

The Camp Atterbury Museum welcomes material donations to expand our collection! Donations need to be in good condition and related to the 70-year history of Camp Atterbury (including former landowners, Wakeman General Hospital, and the Camp Atterbury Prisoner of War Camp).

The museum is actively seeking the following items, currently underrepresented in its collection:
  • Personal items, military-issue items, or other artifacts
  • Rosters, papers, orders, or communication from units and/or divisions here during World War II and Korea
  • Photographs, film or video of life at Camp Atterbury or Wakeman Hospital
  • Personal diaries or journals

Donations may be made in person at the Camp Atterbury Museum during operating hours or via mail. To coordinate a material donation via mail or to inquire about the Camp Atterbury Museum and/or its donation process, click here or dial one of the numbers below.

812-526-1499 ext. 61744

DSN 569-2744


Last updated March 20, 2014


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Outdoor Museum -- Veterans Memorial

Veteran's Memorial

The Camp Atterbury Outdoor Museum is home to an array of military equipment from the last seventy years as well as the Camp Atterbury Veterans' Memorial wall, walk, and reflecting pool.  The display is on Hospital Road (Camp Atterbury Entrance) and is open to the general public during daylight hours, seven days a week. It is host to the annual Veterans' Memorial Commemoration. 

The Camp Atterbury Veterans' Memorial is available for use by military units and entities wishing to host official ceremonies and events. To inquire about reservation and use of the memorial for military ceremonies, click here.

Download the form to order your Memorial Brick that will be placed in the memorial walk at the reflecting pool.

The Camp Atterbury Veterans Memorial Association (CAVMA) works through volunteers to provide direct support to operations and events for the Camp Atterbury Museum. To become a member of CAVMA or to volunteer in the museum, please contact the Camp Atterbury Public Affairs Office.


History Resources
Various online resources are available for civilians and veterans seeking individual service records from all branches of the United States military. 

Please Note: Camp Atterbury does not house military service records, personnel rosters, or unit/organizational paperwork. This includes information on current personnel as well as individuals who were trained, stationed, or separated here during World War II and Korea; individuals who worked at or were patients of Wakeman General Hospital; and those who were at Camp Atterbury as Prisoners of War.

Research Resources
How to Research for Military Records
Genealogical Research and Military Records
Military Resources and References
Fold3 Archival Documents and Photographs
Indiana State Library Photo Collection: Camp Atterbury
U.S. Army Institute of Heraldry


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