Jalan Padang TembakWilayah Persekutuan 50634 0
It has always been the Armed Forces' aspiration to establish an Armed Forces Museum since the early 1950s. However, the collection of artifacts for the museum only began in 1961 at the initiative of General Tunku Osman Tunku Mohd Jewa, the country's Armed Forces Chief. Efforts were subsequently made by the Armed Forces to make the project a success. For starters, the old "Wade Wing" barracks were converted to house the Museum. In 1976, the museum moved to the Royal Military College) in Sungai Besi.Later, the museum was moved again to a new location in the Ministry premises in 1981 and once more in 1985. It now houses an interesting collection of artefacts from World War II, the Communist Insurgency and Indonesian Confrontation.