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The Pennsylvania National Guard Military Museum is concerned with the preservation of the history of the Pennsylvania National Guard and Fort Indiantown Gap.

Located at Fort Indiantown Gap and housed in a two story barracks built in 1941, the Pennsylvania National Guard Military Museum showcases items and weapons from the Civil War to the Gulf War, as well as items that depict the history of the Pennsylvania National Guard and Fort Indiantown Gap.

The plan to establish a Pennsylvania National Guard Military Museum was developed by Major General Frank Smoker in 1984. Approved by former Adjutant General of Pennsylvania, Major General Richard M. Scott, the museum was dedicated on December 18, 1986, and is concerned with the preservation of the Pennsylvania National Guard's and Fort Indiantown Gap's history

Many of the items in the museum are from the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission, while other items come from private donations.