Children younger than 12 admitted free.Worth the Stop Blink and you'll miss it, but that would be a shame. This museum looks like a gas stop from the freeway, but those in the know, should purpose to spend some time here, learning about Patton, our military, and what combat training used to look like. Active duty can enter for free, and children are just a $1 to gain entrance (all other adults are $5). The museum itself holds memorabilia such a war propaganda posters, uniforms from WW2, and sweetheart pillows that servicemen would send to their loved ones back home. They have added info on our more recent wars as well in little sections, but the majority of info and artifacts pertain to WW2. Outside, greeting visitors as they walk in is a giant statue of Patton and his dog Willie. In the side yard are tanks, jeeps, and other training vehicles that your kids can (not climb) but get up and personal with to see the workings-on of this massive machines. There are also a few memorabilia walls in the front of the museum, where people can purchase bricks or names on plaques that bear the name of service members from the past. A recent addition is the wall of Defenders of Freedom. Here, for $15 a name, military, firefighters, police officers, etc. can have their names included as an honor for their service. When my family and I were driving to AZ from CA for spring training, I planned ahead and had my husband (who is retiring from the USAF after 20 years of service), honored by surprising him with his name on the wall as we looked around at the museum. I couldn't think of a better retirement gift than that! For military history buffs and those who just enjoy perusing times past, this museum is worth the stop.