Dublin Camp Parks Military History Center opens Thursday, May 25, 2017, with a 10:00 a.m. ribbon cutting ceremony that is open to the public.
Visit the new Dublin Camp Parks Military History Center at the Camp Parks Visitor Center, located just outside the Main Gate in Building 275. The history center is a partnership between the City of Dublin and Parks Reserve Forces Training Area to preserve and share the fascinating stories of the military base that helped transform Dublin from a rural crossroads to the thriving city it is today. It houses the Camp Parks historical collection, with permanent museum-quality exhibits and rotating temporary exhibits, educational and research materials and history activities several times a year. It will also include a public meeting space available for community use.
Dublin Camp Parks Military History Center is free and open for self-guided tours daily, 11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Email us to receive announcements of special programs at the facility throughout the year.
Business partners, service clubs, and individuals are invited to help fund the final furnishings and audio-visual equipment that will make the Dublin Camp Parks Military History Center a meeting space for the entire community. Please email for more information. Dublin Camp Parks Military History Center also welcomes volunteers to assist with interpretation and programming at the facility and with the collection. Email the City's Heritage Director for more information about volunteering.