Cold War Museum Collection
The Cold War Museum has over $3 million dollars in Cold War era artifacts in storage waiting to be displayed. The collection includes over 3,000 books, a 5,000 sq ft Cuban Missile Crisis Display, an SA-2 Missile, Nike Missiles, items from the USS Pueblo, USS Liberty, the U-2 Incident, Berlin Airlift, Corona Spy Satellite program, US and Soviet space programs, USMLM, and a variety of related Cold War items from international events and activities.
The Museum boasts the largest collection of Civil Defense items having rescued the entire Washington, DC Civil Defense Headquarters in 1997. The slide show above are images from the Civil Defense center prior to removal by the museum.
The photographic slide show below outlines our large collection of Eastern Bloc, East German, and other items from our collection. These are just some of the types of items that will be on display in the permanent Cold War Museum facility. If you would like to donate a Cold War artifact to the Museum, please click here.
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