As a VENUE: Host your event…

World-Class Museum and World-Class Venue: The National Infantry Museum is a magnificent backdrop for any kind of private event. A wide variety of spaces can accommodate events that are small and intimate or large and spectacular. Convenient and acclaimed on-site catering makes planning a breeze. The National Infantry Museum hosts: * Elegant Weddings * Unions * Corporate Retreats * Private Ceremonies * Galas * Proms * Showers * Lunches * Celebrations, and * More…see why NIM has become one of Georgia’s premier event destinations! Eleven distinctive event spaces are offered:

  • Front Rotunda: The Rotunda welcomes guests to grand events at the National Infantry Museum, both inside and out. A 75-foot dome projects the “Follow Me” statue which stands atop a 10-foot granite pedestal, poised to lead the way. This space is absolutely breathtaking at dusk and provides a magnificent backdrop for any event. Max Capacity: 250 seated
  • The Courtyard: Offers an exceptional outdoor experience. Overhead string lights and charming southern lampposts cast a golden glow on your wedding, dance or dinner. Perfect for proms and galas. Enjoy a spectacular view of gardens and the museum’s massive campus. A gazebo provides a stage for musicians, ceremonies or a sweetheart table. The courtyard ins’t just for weddings, its a great spot for ceremonies and presentations too. ​Max Capacity: 300 seated
  • Cavezza Hall: An awe-inspiring venue for your most special occasions. This sprawling space can hold dozens of tables and still have room for a dance floor and band. The iconic Last 100 Yards ramp looms above with a Bradley Fighting Vehicle and a Huey helicopter appearing to teeter on the edge. White string lights hang above creating a twinkling ambiance. ​Max Capacity: 450 seated
  • Main Lobby: The terrazzo-floored grand lobby is perfect for large ceremonies and receptions or cocktail hour. The Last 100 Yards ramp provides a striking backdrop for any event.
  • Patriot Hall is the perfect classroom space for meetings and conferences. The space can be divided into two equally sized rooms, each with projectors and screens for presentations. Wedding parties like to use Patriot Hall for dressing rooms – the bride and her entourage remain secluded on one side while the groom and his groomsmen get ready on the other. Max Capacity: 100 seated
  • 2nd Infantry Regiment Gallery: This beautiful open gallery is located on the museum’s mezzanine, overlooking the expansive lobby and the museum’s signature attraction, the last 100 yards. Perfect for receptions or cocktail hour events. Max Capacity: 100 seated
  • Continental Room: This private dining room is located in the Fife and Drum restaurant on the 2nd floor of the museum. Its walls of windows reveal a stunning view of Heritage Walk and overlooks the courtyard. Max Capacity: 40
  • Heritage Hall: It provides intimacy to smaller occasions. Perfect for wedding receptions or conference meetings. The slide projector and screen can be set up to play a photo memory power point or slide show for a talk. Max Capacity: 130 seated
  • WWII Street Chapel: How many people can say they got married in an actual historical artifact? The WWII Chapel makes the perfect place for a small more traditional style wedding. The chapels wooden interior and golden stained glass windows provide a natural glow that is absolutely beautiful. ​Max Capacity: 120 seated
  • Foundation Conference Room: The Soldier Center Board Room is within the museum’s second-floor administrative suite. It looks out onto the Rotunda, the “Follow Me” statue and the front lawn of the museum. It’s quiet, private, and great for smaller meetings or off-site luncheons. Max Capacity: 20 Seated
  • Giant Screen Theatre: With a screen 5 stories tall and 70 feet wide and state-of-the-art projection and sound systems, the Giant Screen Theatre will wow your guests or employees. The theatre can be rented for private screenings – ask us about our library of film titles! – and its stage makes it an ideal spot for presentations and performances. Max Capacity: 289 seated.

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As a SHOP: Discover unique gifts…

Support the National Infantry Museum by shopping with us! Purchase new boots, knives, tactical gear, and souvenirs for friends and family. Merchandise is catalogued within these collections: * Accessories * Backpacks * Clothing * Jewelry * Tactical Gear * Uniform Accessories * Backpacks * Boots * Knives/Tools, and * Hats.

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As an EATERY: Food for thought…

The Rally Point Canteen is the Giant Screen Theater concessions stand, serving everything from corn dogs to mozzarella sticks and featuring the lowest prices on popcorn and Coca-Cola® products you’ll find in a movie theater!

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Be a DONOR: Show that you care…

The Infantryman’s mission is to defeat tyranny and protect liberty around the globe. NIM’s mission is to say Thank You. It is through the generosity of people like you that this world-class facility has become a reality, and it will be through your generosity that it will continue to thrive for generations to come. The museum is operated by a private, non-profit organization – the National Infantry Museum Foundation. They rely on direct support to continue preserving our Soldiers’ legacy. Please donate today to say Thank You to our Soldiers – past, present and future.


  • Friends of the Museum: As a Friend of the Museum, your monthly gift will help the museum continue its mission of honoring Soldiers – past, present, and future. Whether you are an Army supporter locally or from afar, you can honor the National Infantry Museum by joining today. Memberships at specified levels are offered: * Blue Cord * Crossed Rifles, and * Queen of Battle.
  • 1775 Society: By joining the 1775 Society, you pledge to pay annual dues which offer significant financial help to the National Infantry Museum Foundation in running the museum and continuing the mission of honoring Soldiers – past, present, and future. In addition to providing ongoing financial support, the 1775 Society hosts the museum’s annual Salute to Soldiers black tie Gala and Silent Auction each August. Memberships at specified levels are offered: * Basic * Liberty, and * Freedom.


  • Dedications: Everyone Has a Hero. Honor Yours Today. Heroes come in many forms and all deserve a permanent place of recognition on Heritage Walk. Honor a patriot, thank a loved one or carve your own story into the museum’s living archive. Military or civilian, living or deceased, a * Heritage Walk Paver * Founders Circle Paver, or * Legacy Tree is a meaningful and memorable gift to show your support.
  • Sponsorship Opportunities and Premier Partnerships: Is your business looking for a brand marketing opportunity? The National Infantry Museum Foundation has two corporate sponsorship programs to choose from. These sponsorships range from $5,000 to $100,000. At these levels, corporate sponsors can advance their marketing and strategic philanthropic goals working side-by-side with the museum. Through sponsorships, the corporate sponsor becomes an integral part of the museum visitor experience and can align its brand with the museum’s mission – to honor Soldiers past, present, and future. Let us customize your sponsorship to meet your business needs.
  • Donate an Artifact: The National Infantry Museum retains and exhibits uniforms, equipment, weapons, accoutrements, archival documents and original artwork related to the long-standing history of the U.S. Army Infantry Branch and its Soldiers. The Museum recognizes that every Infantry Soldier has a story, and is committed to collecting artifacts and materials that are consistent with supporting this mission. The Museum accepts historical items that fill an identified need in the Army’s artifact collection. Items accepted into the collection will be preserved and cared for in perpetuity by the Army.

Volunteering: Volunteers and Docents are the Museum’s Backbone! The United States of America is a nation founded by volunteers. For 240+ years, men and women have given their all to defend liberty, both at home and abroad. Join our Frontline to honor the brave Infantrymen who have dedicated their lives to our country’s defense. As a volunteer at the National Infantry Museum and Soldier Center, you are an integral part of the museum’s daily operation, from greeting guests and explaining gallery artifacts to leading tours of World War II Company Street. Our volunteers come from many walks of life: veterans, educators, students, and military spouses, as well as civilians with no military ties but who want to be a part of this national treasure’s success. Join The Volunteer Corps!

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