Stars and Stripes Museum / Library

The Stars and Stripes Museum/Library is a non-profit educational institution. We are dedicated to collecting, documenting, and preserving materials related to the creation and continued history of the Stars and Stripes military newspaper and the people behind it.

The museum exhibits the newspapers along with military items/artifacts that represent our military personnel’s continued sacrifices and contributions to keeping our nation free. Without understanding this country’s rich history, future generations run the risk of taking precious freedoms for granted and perhaps even losing those freedoms in the future.

The museum’s focus is to present information about the proud, rich military history of this country. Individuals and large or small groups from around the country are welcomed to the museum at absolutely no cost.  Tours are free and we are committed to keeping it that way. The museum is staffed by volunteers and dependent on donations to continue operating.

Stars and Stripes Museum / Library

17377 Stars and Stripes Way
P.O. Box 1861
Bloomfield, MO  63825

Phone:  573-568-2055

Email:  stripes@newwavecomm.net

Website:  www.starsandstripesmuseumlibrary.org

 

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Hours of Operation:

M-F 10:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday Closed

Saturday 10:00 am-2:00 pm

Sunday by appointment

The Stars and Stripes Museum/Library is a non-profit educational institution. We are dedicated to collecting, documenting, and preserving materials related to the creation and continued history of the Stars and Stripes military newspaper and the people behind it.

The museum exhibits the newspapers along with military items/artifacts that represent our military personnel’s continued sacrifices and contributions to keeping our nation free. Without understanding this country’s rich history, future generations run the risk of taking precious freedoms for granted and perhaps even losing those freedoms in the future.

The museum’s focus is to present information about the proud, rich military history of this country. Individuals and large or small groups from around the country are welcomed to the museum at absolutely no cost.  Tours are free and we are committed to keeping it that way. The museum is staffed by volunteers and dependent on donations to continue operating.