PIERRE, South Dakota — State officials say the South Dakota National Guard Museum will be closed for remodeling through mid-April.
The state's Department of the Military says the renovation project includes lighting and ceiling upgrades in one of the museum's galleries.
The museum will close Monday.
The state's Legislature established the museum in 1983. Anti-aircraft guns, an armored personnel carrier and a Sherman tank are among the items on display.
The exhibits also include memorabilia and artifacts from the Dakota Militia of the 1860s through the present.