The museum is located at Nea Peramos, in the camp of the Artillery School, 7 kms from the town of Megara, 32 km from Athens.
The visitor can reach the museum by road, through the national highway Athens-Corinth, at the exit to Nea Peramos. Restaurants and fish taverns are frequent at the town and the vicinity.
Parking lot for private cars and buses is available near the museum; also rest rooms and cafeteria.Facilities for disabled people are limited.
The Artillery School was established at Nafplion in 1828, under the name "Artillery School", with French Major Pauzieau as director.
In the year 1885, the "Artillery ballistics School" was established and operated until 1937, when the school was transferred to Theba until 1940.
During the II World War, the school was established as Artillery School in the Middle East, in 1942, and operated in Egypt, at the Allied Center of Ismailia, until 1944.
After the end of the II World War in 1945, the Artillery School has been re-established and located in its present position at Nea Peramos, near Athens.
The museum functions daily (Monday to Friday) from 09.00 - 13.00h.
Authorization is required (telephone number (+) 296.32969).