Springfield Armory National Historic Site, Springfield

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  • Almost 200 years of US weapon history where it all was manufactured in one of the original buildings of this massive complex. Great displays of firearms of all types used through the wars that the US ...  more »
  • This is a must do when in the Springfield area, the armory is free admission with plenty of friendly helpful staff. The history is mind blowing. Great collection of firearms, machinery and such, with ...  more »
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  • Worth a stop if you’re I. The area. Full of information and various firearms on display. Housed in a single building and was a little smaller then I expected. Helpful rangers if you have questions. Was free to visit.
  • I loved the visit to the museum. Very friendly staff. Enjoyed seen the revolutionary changes in gun making. It was free to visit but there is a donation box if you are happy to donate.

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