Since 1957 the Quartermaster Museum has preserved the history and heritage of the U.S. Army Quartermaster Corps, the Army's oldest logistic branch. For more than two centuries Quartermaster soldiers have fed, clothed and equipped the United States Army.
The Museum receives over 70,000 visitors a year, including over 17,000 Quartermaster soldiers who get history training. Our Mission
To collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the history of the Quartermaster Corps from 1775 to the present. To this end, the Museum has collected nearly 24,000 artifacts relating to the Corps' history and has assembled thousands of documents relating to quartermasters.
Visiting the Museum
Closed on federal holidays except Veteran's Day Nov. 11
Fort Lee, VA 23801
Effective 15 June 2015, anyone coming to Fort Lee, that does not have a federal government-issued identification card, will be subject to a background check before being allowed to enter the installation. These individuals will need to go to the Visitor Control Center (VCC) for a background check and an access pass, which can then be used at any gate. Those who show a common access card (CAC card), Military ID, Military Dependent ID, or a federal government-issued PIV won’t be affected. For questions concerning post access, contact the Dukes Visitor Control Center at 804-734-5053.