Honoring the over 230+ year history of the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS), the U.S. Marshals Museum (USMM) will tell the deep and rich stories of the roles played by the USMS at the most pivotal points in U.S. history. Located on what former USMS Director Stacia Hylton refers to as “sacred ground,” the USMM is a nationally scoped Museum that will utilize a story-driven approach to engage guests with up-to-date technology and larger-than-life imagery by bridging arts and culture with education to give guests an impactful experience.
The gallery spaces inside the USMM will be more than objects in cases and text panels; they will be experiences. The experience will consist of five immersive galleries: To Be a Marshal, The Campfire: Stories Under the Stars, Frontier Marshals, A Changing Nation, and Modern Marshals. The heart of the Museum is the National Learning Center and the Samuel M. Sicard Hall of Honor, which pays tribute to the 381+ members of the USMS who have passed away in the line of duty to date. Each gallery will include numerous stories that incorporate authentic materials, compelling images, interactive learning stations, and powerful video presentations. In addition, the USMM will have changing exhibits in our Special Exhibits gallery will ensure that we continue to attract new and repeat visitors to the Museum
The USMM offers opportunities to name an entire gallery or individual components within each all within different pricing categories. If you are interested in learning more about naming opportunities, please contact Susan Neyman, Chief Development Officer of the Museum Foundation at (479) 242-1789 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.