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General George Patton Museum

Join us for Patton Week!

Patton Week has arrived! We’re hosting events in Louisville, Elizabethtown, Radcliff, Fort Knox, and online. Join us for one or all of these incredible community events and celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the Academy Award winning film, Patton.

See our schedule of events and plan your week now!

Virtual Silent Auction!

With items like vacation getaways, experiences, gift cards and gift baskets supporting local businesses, and more, you’re sure to find something to enjoy. Place a bid and share the link with your friends to help support the Patton Museum Foundation, 501(c)(3). And of course, if you win your item,  your winning bid is a tax-deductible donation!

The auction is live July 5 – July 11. Last call at 11:45pm EDT.

WWII Barracks Exhibit Now Open!

 

We are so excited to announce that the WWII Barracks Exhibit is open to the public! This exhibit is a permanent part of our collection and will be open to the public any time the Museum is open. Take a step back in history and tour the WWII Barracks Exhibit during your next trip to the General George Patton Museum.

Celebrating the Legacy and Leadership of General George Patton

Welcome to the General George Patton Museum, where the legacy of leadership continues to inspire each generation. Come explore the history of the United States Army through personal stories, artifacts, and film while viewing the foremost collection of Patton material in the world. Let the General George Patton Museum inspire you, awe you, and enlighten you.

The Foremost Collection of Patton Material in the World

With personal effects ranging from General Patton’s childhood to items from his private collection of military artifacts, the exhibits you’ll discover offer an unparalleled look at what made the man a legend. Come see the general’s personal revolvers, sabres from his competition in the 1912 Olympics, and even the 1938 Cadillac in which Patton took his final ride.

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The Patton Museum is dedicated to preserving the history one of our greatest leaders.

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No army is better than its soldiers.”