The Army Museum is a cultural-scientific institution that gathers, maintains and develops cultural-historical goods and shows national military art through museum pieces and exhibitions.
The patrimony of the museum and exhibitions organized within the institution consists of objects discovered as a result of investigations, archeological digs and donations.
The exhibition of the museum is displayed in four rooms: Antic and Medieval Age Room, Modern Age Room, World War II Room and the National Army Room.
The collection of weapons is also placed in different rooms according to evolution criteria. The institution also has a military technical and weapon exhibition in the open air.
In 2004, the Memorial Complex „Capul de pod Serpeni” (Serpeni Bridgehead), dedicated to Iasi-Chisinau Operation, was officially inaugurated in Serpeni village, on the bank of the Dniester River, as an element of the Army Museum.
In 1999, the institution started publishing the scientific magazine “Cohorta” in partnering with the Association of Military History. The magazine contains articles on military issues written by museum employees, scientists from different national and international related institutions. The museum also produces monographic works and other scientific staff.
The Army Museum is a prestigious center of science and culture that provides room for temporary exhibitions, symposiums, seminars, conferences and other events.