Visit The 29th Division Museum to explore more than 280 years of Colonial, United States and World History through the story of the one United States Army Infantry Division and member Units that participated in all of it. Since Colonial times our Citizens have become American Soldiers and made World History and The 29th Division Museum exhibits a rare collection of artifacts and houses archival materials related to the 116th Infantry Regiment, the 29th Infantry Division and the U. S. Army. 

First organized in 1917, the 29th Division’s Original member organizations could trace military lineage back to the French and Indian War, The American Revolution, the War of 1812, The Mexican-American War, the American Civil War and the Spanish-American War.

The 29th Infantry Division, and notably its 116th Infantry Regiment, is tied historically to the Allied amphibious landings at Normandy on 6 June 1944. The Division distinguished itself for heroism and sacrifice landing in the first waves of assault troops and successive waves of landings at Omaha Beach. The Normandy landing and combat service in the European Theater of Operations is a compelling story of the Division’s war experience, casualties, medals won, and key role in opening a path for the liberation of Nazi-occupied Europe.

Now known forever as the “Blue and Gray Division”, The 29th Division and its subordinate units have been mobilized and deployed repeatedly around the World. From border security missions in New Mexico, to Peacekeepers and Observers in the Sinai Peninsula and Bosnia, and in combat roles in the global war on terrorism in Kuwait, Iraq and Afghanistan. Additionally, the units have a long record of service in the classic role of the National Guard as a first responder in support of State emergencies as defined by the Governors of the States the member units hale from.

Use the links below to virtually explore some of the galleries, exhibits and special artifacts in the museum!

Learn our History, discover your Heritage, honor and perpetuate their Legacy.

Admission is FREE,

The Stonewall Brigade Museum is located at 566 Lee Highway in Verona, Virginia 24482.

Our Phone is 540-248-0116.  Museum hours are Tuesday-Saturday 10:00 am to 5:00 pm year-round.

We are open on Mondays by Appointment, please call ahead to confirm your visit.

Call to check if we are open during major Federal holidays or winter inclement weather.