The institution was founded in 2002 and shows the public around 35,000 pieces, including helicopters, cannons, coins or flags. Also noteworthy is the Papamóvil used by Juan Pablo II during his two visits to this country, and copies of the Declaration of Independence of the Provinces of Central America and the Agreements of Peace of Chapultepec signed at 1992.
Papa móvil used by the Pope Juan Pablo II during his visit to El Salvador.
The Museum of Military History permanently exhibits historical objects of military rulers, military transport, as well as the painting of Luis Vergara Ahumada: "El Grito de Independencia".
The permanent exhibition of the Military History Center aims to strengthen the history and culture of the country, through the historical passages of the Armed Forces from its foundation to the present day.
The museum is located in San Jacinto, next to the Former Presidential House
10 South Avenue and Calle Capitán Alberto Sánchez, Barrio San Jacinto,
San Salvador, El Salvador
Open Tuesday to Saturday: 9:00 a.m. at 12:00 m. and 2:00 p.m. at 5:00 p.m. Admission is free.