The Wisconsin Air National Guard Museum is OPEN.
WED: 9AM - 4PM
THU: 9AM - 4PM
FRI: 9AM - 4PM
SAT: 9AM - 4PM
SUN: 10AM - 2PM

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* * For Weather Alert & Warning purposes, Volk Field and Hardwood range are located in Juneau County, and Fort McCoy/Tomah is located in Monroe County. * *

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Admission is Free!

The Wisconsin National Guard Museum is dedicated to the history and heritage of the men and women of the Wisconsin National Guard.

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The Wisconsin National Guard Museum is affectionately known as "The Log Cabin". it was built in 1971 as an Officer's Club and was used for that purpose until 1983. It now houses historical exhibits portraying the history of the Wisconsin Army, the Air National Guard, and the famed 32nd "Red Arrow" Division. It is the oldest building on base!

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The Cemetery

The cemetery at Volk Field Air National Guard Base is the resting place for Private Robert W. Williams (1900-1918), Lieutenant Colonel Charles R. Williams (1970-1926), Colonel Jack C. King (1920-1974), and Brigadier General Hugh M. Simonson (1917-1987).