The newly renovated Medal of Honor Museum opens to the public on May 25!

Congressional Medal of Honor Society

The Medal of Honor Museum

A Museum for the Extraordinary

The Society's Museum is home to the Medal of Honor, the Recipients who wear it, and the values inherent in the Medal - courage, commitment, integrity, sacrifice, citizenship, and patriotism.

Designed to bring the Recipients' stories to life, the museum is located on board the USS Yorktown at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum in Mount Pleasant, SC. Interactive exhibits focus on Recipients' stories from various wars and a searchable database allows visitors to explore all Medal of Honor citations. Permanent exhibits of artifacts tangibly connect the past and present.

The last gallery focuses on how a Recipient's moment of valor can have a lasting impact on the United States' story. It is a moment for visitors to reflect and gather further inspiration on how their own lives can make a difference - how embracing the Medal of Honor values can impact those around them and the world we live in.

Pay a visit today, and show respect to those who went "above and beyond the call of duty" - reflect on their stories and then build your own.

Undergoing Renovations!

The new Medal of Honor Museum experience will reopen May 25, 2024.

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The Medal of Honor Museum

A Look Inside

Take a sneak peek inside the Society's Medal of Honor Museum on board the USS Yorktown in Mount Pleasant, SC.

Visitor Information

The Medal of Honor Museum is part the overall experience at Patriots Point Naval & Maritime Museum in Mount Pleasant, SC (just across the harbor from Charleston, SC). See the Patriots Point website for admission details!

Every Medal, A Story to Be Told.