Don F. Pratt Museum is off US 41A at 5702 Tennessee Ave. on the Fort Campbell Military Reservation; enter at Gate 4 only. Military uniforms, weapons, photographs and restored aircraft depict the history of the U.S. Army, the 101st Airborne Division (Air Assault) and the other units assigned to Fort Campbell from World War II to the present.
A walking stick that once belonged to Adolf Hitler, medals belonging to Herman Goering and other Nazi memorabilia captured by the 101st Airborne in Berchestgaden are on display as well as a guidon from Easy Company 501st Infantry (Band of Brothers). Restored aircraft, artillery and other pieces of military equipment are in the adjacent museum park, along with unit memorials and monuments.
Note: All adult visitors over age 18 must provide photo identification in order to gain admittance to Fort Campbell. Valid registration, driver's license and proof of insurance are required of vehicles entering the premises.