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Springfield Armory National Historic Site


1 Armory Sq Suite 2
Springfield, MA 01105
United States

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Springfield Armory National Historic Site


(??.? miles from you)

1 Armory Sq Suite 2
Springfield, MA 01105
United States


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Why You Should Go...

Experience the Springfield Armory National Historic Site. Steeped in history and full of surprises, the United States' first national armory houses the largest collection of military small arms in the world a

On the Industry Side, venture back to the 18th century when firearms were made by hand. Meet Thomas Blanchard and his lathe that cut out gun stocks and led to the development of mass production. On the Weapons Side, see one of the icons of the Armory on the Weapons Side – the “Organ of Muskets.” Visitors from around the world stop to photograph this last standing gun rack.

Special events are offered every month. Opening on April 6, 2017, celebrate the centennial of America's entry into WWI at the Armory's next exciting special exhibit. Learn about the Armory's role in rising to the technological and manufacturing needs of a world in conflict and stand with the workers of Springfield Armory as they try to "Push the green hand ahead."

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Why You Should Go...

Experience the Springfield Armory National Historic Site. Steeped in history and full of surprises, the United States' first national armory houses the largest collection of military small arms in the world and manufactured firearms from 1794 to 1968.

On the Industry Side, venture back to the 18th century when firearms were made by hand. Meet Thomas Blanchard and his lathe that cut out gun stocks and led to the development of mass production. On the Weapons Side, see one of the icons of the Armory on the Weapons Side – the “Organ of Muskets.” Visitors from around the world stop to photograph this last standing gun rack.

Special events are offered every month. Opening on April 6, 2017, celebrate the centennial of America's entry into WWI at the Armory's next exciting special exhibit. Learn about the Armory's role in rising to the technological and manufacturing needs of a world in conflict and stand with the workers of Springfield Armory as they try to "Push the green hand ahead."

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm, Daily

Cost: Free

Payment: Cash, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Bus

Available: Wheelchairs, Gift Shop, Souvenirs, Self-Guided Tour, Guided Tour, Private Tour, Kids Activities, Changing Station

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Memorial Day to October 31: Open seven days a week 9-5pm

November until Memorial Day: Open Wednesday to Sunday 9-5pm

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Why You Should Go...

Experience the Springfield Armory National Historic Site. Steeped in history and full of surprises, the United States' first national armory houses the largest collection of military small arms in the world and manufactured firearms from 1794 to 1968.

On the Industry Side, venture back to the 18th century when firearms were made by hand. Meet Thomas Blanchard and his lathe that cut out gun stocks and led to the development of mass production. On the Weapons Side, see one of the icons of the Armory on the Weapons Side – the “Organ of Muskets.” Visitors from around the world stop to photograph this last standing gun rack.

Special events are offered every month. Opening on April 6, 2017, celebrate the centennial of America's entry into WWI at the Armory's next exciting special exhibit. Learn about the Armory's role in rising to the technological and manufacturing needs of a world in conflict and stand with the workers of Springfield Armory as they try to "Push the green hand ahead."

More...

What You Should Know...

Open: Year-Round

Hours: 9:00am - 5:00pm, Daily

Cost: Free

Payment: Cash, MC, Visa, AMEX, Discover

Access: Wheelchair, Service Animals, Bicycle

Parking: Free On-site, Bus

Available: Wheelchairs, Gift Shop, Souvenirs, Self-Guided Tour, Guided Tour, Private Tour, Kids Activities, Changing Station

Extra Fun

Insider Info

Memorial Day to October 31: Open seven days a week 9-5pm

November until Memorial Day: Open Wednesday to Sunday 9-5pm

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