Ropkey Armor Museum

Just east of I-74, north of State Road 32 on county road 150 North in Crawfordsville, Indiana, resides one of the finest collections of U.S. Tactical Military Vehicles in the country.

This is a place where the harmony of man, machine, and emotion can be found over a 50 acre site known as the Ropkey Armor Museum.

Originally located on the northwest side of Indianapolis, Fred and Lani Ropkey moved their extensive collection to the rolling countryside of Montgomery County in 2004.

The museum is housed in a large indoor facility where the music and memorabilia reflect a time when man and machine served as one.

The museum is a great destination/location for car clubs, veteranís reunion groups, educational tours, and other civic organizations.

The museum is open March-December. Come and visit the Ropkey Armor Museum and experience the emotion of our military heritage.

  The Ropkey Armor Museum
  5649 E. 150 North
  Crawfordsville, IN 47933

View a map and driving directions to get you to the museum.


Donations are warmly accepted. The Ropkey Armor Museum is interested in acquiring war relics and memorabilia for future displays at our facility.

Please contact us if you have any items you would like to donate to the museum.

  Museum Hours

Monday-Wednesday from 11:00AM - 4:00PM

July 12, 18: Closed

Note: No reservations are needed to visit the museum during museum open hours.

  The members, friends, and staff of the Ropkey Armor Museum would like to honor the memory of our founder and patron, Fred Ropkey. History has lost a great witness.
Frederick Noble Ropkey Jr
Frederick Noble Ropkey Jr
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If you would like to visit the museum, please contact us to schedule an appointment.

The museum is closed during the months of January and February.

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