About Our Museum

The National Armed Services & Law Enforcement Memorial Museum (NASLEMM) is an educational memorial museum honoring those who serve, or have served, in the U.S. Armed Forces, or in law enforcement (Federal, State, and local). Hundreds of arms and artifacts are on display from the flintlocks of the Revolutionary War to the weapons of current time.
To Honor Those Who Serve

Our Funding

100% of our funding comes from public donations and memberships. We are a National organization with members from all over the United States. We use no professional fund-raising organizations and 100% of donations and funds received go to our museum and its programs. We are registered with the State of Florida (#SC 10561) as a non-profit corporation and we are an IRS 501c3 tax-exempt organization. Contributions to such organizations are generally tax-deductible to the donor.

Museum “Operation Challenge”

To Honor Those Who ServeWill you help support the police & Military Museum of Dunedin to honor those who serve by purchasing a "Challenge Coin"...?

The CHALLENGE COINS are serially numbered and will be used as a "membership card" to show when entering the museum. A registry has been created to match the members name with the serial number of the coin issued. The membership is only $35.00 per year.
A Campaign to recruit new members to the Dunedin Police &Military Museum (The National Armed Services & Law Enforcement Memorial Museum) and resource development to take care of repairs, building improvements, and to enable us to keep the museum open to honor those who serve in the U.S. Armed Forces or Law Enforcement, (Federal, State, and Local) by educating future generations about the sacrifices made by those who serve and the "cost of freedom"
To Honor Those Who Serve

How to Join

Why join the National Armed Services & Law Enforcement Memorial Museum?
Joining NASLEMM will show your support for the sacrifices made by those who serve. As a member, you receive free admission to the museum, a 10% discount on purchases from the gift shop, and a copy of our newsletter.
To Honor Those Who Serve

Museum: Testimonial

Wow what a collection of police and military memorabilia and artifacts. From the civil war through 911. A Great variety of artifacts, various activities, and staff combined make this one of the best museums I have ever visited. The Dunedin Police and Military Museum.

Bill and Debbie Boeggeman

Museum Honor Coin

To Honor Those Who Serve"Challenge Coins" have been used by members of the U.S. Armed Forces throughout history to symbolize unit idenity and brotherhood. Each piece usually bears unique symbols or mottos that identify the group which they represent.

Using a coordinated marketing effort called "Operation Challenge"to promote the Museum throughout the Tampa Bay Area by challenging individuals, businesses, and organizations to become annual supporting members ($35.00 per year) or one-time donations. ($250.00 or larger) with purchase of a challenge coin.
To Honor Those Who Serve