Tours and Programs
The Marshall Museum is designed to be self-guided. The tour incorporates a short introductory film on George C. Marshall and features an electric map that provides a historical narrative of World War II.
If your group is planning to visit other Lexington attractions, the Lexington Visitor's Center can help plan your itinerary. They can be contacted through the official Lexington website.
For tour information at the George C. Marshall Museum, please call (540) 463-2083.
The student programs at the Marshall Museum offer school classes the opportunity to learn of the United States' changing role in 20th century military and diplomatic affairs, World War II, the reconstruction of post-war Europe, and the Cold War. Students will learn how General Marshall played an important role in the shaping of the mid-twentieth century. The tours are designed to fit the age group and strive to meet Virginia Standards of Learning criteria.
Group tours are available by arrangement. Please call (540) 463-2083.