Mountain Home VA Medical Center and Museum
Established as the Mountain Branch Home for Disabled Volunteer Soldiers in 1901, this complex of historic and modern medical buildings is a National Historic Landmark. The chapel, theater, library, and mess hall were all built between 1901 and 1905 and may be toured by visitors who call in advance of their visit. The mess hall holds a small museum dedicated to the complex's history as well as the history of medical care.
Backstory and Context
The historic buildings are open to the public, although visitors must first make arrangements or check-in with any on-duty police officer. With prior approval, visitors can schedule a time to tour buildings such as the chapel and clock tower.