Texas Military Forces Museum

 Local Mama Ash Kelley recently took her three children to visit the Texas Military Forces Museum.  This is a guest post by Ash, about their adventure.
If you have any boys in your house, the Texas Military Forces Museum is a must. Upon entering the museum there are helicopters, trucks, wagons, jeeps, guns, and even a couple of airplanes hanging from the rafters! (And that’s just some of the inside!)
Then when you’ve finished up inside, head outside to check out Artillery Row, which consists of tons of tanks, trucks, more guns, and even a giant bulldozer. My kids thought this was incredible, as did I, it was HUGE!
The museum is located inside Camp Mabry and is free to the public Wednesday- Sunday 10 am to 4 pm, just make sure you have a photo ID for all adults upon entering the camp. For directions or more information: http://www.texasmilitaryforcesmuseum.org/.   God Bless our Troops!

About the Author

Heidi Gollub
Heidi Gollub is the founder and editor-in-chief of the award-winning website Free Fun in Austin.com. When not running around on adventures with her five children–ages three to 15–she volunteers for the Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau and shares content with the local news.  Recently, Heidi was a speaker at Mom 2.0 and the Texas Conference for Women.