Military Museum of Butte County
Military Museum which houses many artifacts form World War I, World War II, and Vietnam. This museum was established in 1970 by its owner Steve Seidenglanz. Although he his not a veteran himself, he is a collector of military memorabilia, and has been collecting for over 50 years.
Backstory and Context
Military Museum of Butte County is a museum filled with artifacts from World War I, World War II, and the Vietnam War. The museum gives a glimpse into the past at the different vehicles once used in the U. S. military.
There are many different displays of motorized vehicles used during these three wars by our military. There are also things related to aviation such as the Short Range Target Drone, which was used from 1960-1975.
There are also exhibits of the different guns and artillery that was used during these wars such as the Rocket Launcher or "Bazooka" of World War II. There are even exhibits of the different Ammunition Wagons that were used.
All of the exhibits at the museum are pieces of the owners, Steve Seidenglanz, collection as well as pieces that have been donated. Although there are several hundreds of thousands of dollars in memorabilia that is housed in the museum, there is no charge for admittance.
All of the displays have been demilitarized and are safe to be around and examined.