Ingraham to feature National Museum of Military Vehicles on ‘Hidden Gems’ today

Guests can look through the main gun on the M60 Main Battle Tank on display at The National Museum of Military Vehicles in the outside Wall of Reflection area next to the entrance of the Museum. (National Museum of Military Vehicles)

GILLETTE, Wyo. — The premiere episode of Fox Nation’s “Hidden Gems with Laura Ingraham” brings the show’s host to the National Museum of Military Vehicles.

The Wyoming museum is found between the Grand Tetons and Yellowstone National Park, south of Dubois in Fremont County. The 140,000-square-foot museum opened in August 2020 and offers “visitors nearly 500 fully restored military vehicles, artillery pieces, naval vessels and aircraft dating from 1897 to the present with a current emphasis on the American experience in World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War,” its website states.

The $100 million privately funded museum also houses a large, historically significant, firearms collection, according to its website.

“Hidden Gems” is a three-part series in which Ingraham, the well-known host of “The Ingraham Angle,” crosses the country to provide “behind the scenes looks at the beloved people, places and pastimes that make up America,” quoted Fox Nation as saying. The first episode is available today.

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