Freedom Museum USA provides self-guided tours and is free to enter, though donations are welcome. Located 600 N Hobart St, Pampa, TX 79065, at Memorial Park, The Freedom Museum USA is open from Noon to 4:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. Come spend an hour or more at the historic museum in Pampa. Reservations are not required but, arrive before 4 p.m. to allow enough time to see all of the exhibits. Appointments are required for special tours.
Freedom Museum USA is listed by the Army, Air Force, and Marines, and each has provided exhibits! The Museum is housed in an old water pumping station that was built by the WPA in 1939. Pampa Army Airfield Reunion, later in collaboration with Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 1657, began the development of a museum in August 1986 to commemorate and honor those brave men and women who sacrificed so much so that we could be free.
The Freedom Museum is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that first opened its doors in August 1994. The Freedom Museum, which has been renovated and expanded, is currently staffed entirely by volunteers, and all contributions, which are tax-deductible, go entirely toward the development and upkeep of the facility. The Freedom Museum depicts all branches of the United States Armed Forces. Exhibits of both official and private military and civilian memorabilia provide a well-rounded view of American military history. Following the completion of the most recent addition, the Museum now has approximately 3600 square feet to house an incredible array of exhibits.
The Museum’s purpose reads as follows: The purpose of the museum shall be to collect, acquire, preserve and exhibit items of historical nature to America’s war efforts; to establish a depository for military memorabilia from all branches of the services; to preserve the history of Pampa Army Air Field in relation to WWII; to educate each generation as to the efforts and sacrifices of war and to inscribe in their minds the cost of peace; to honor Americans in wars past; to preserve freedom by remembering the past; and to provide a tourist attraction for the City of Pampa.
600 N Hobart St, Pampa, TX 79065