See Courage, Up Close and Personal

The time has come…to give a voice to ALL of America’s Veterans. To hear their stories.
To honor their service. To remember their sacrifice.

The National Veterans Memorial and Museum was created for a unique and specific purpose: to preserve, share and celebrate the personal experiences of our nation’s Veterans. Past and present. From all branches of service. And from all eras of conflict and peacetime service.

Their stories shaped a nation. Our freedom is their legacy. Come share in the celebration, and be inspired by the courage of those who served.

We are more than a museum. We are the New Home of the Brave.

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Light During Wartime exhibit

Special exhibit

Light During Wartime

Don’t miss this limited engagement exhibit featuring the combat photography of Stacy Pearsall.

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Take a moment to think about your personal connection to Veterans. Maybe you are among the more than 20 million living Veterans in the United States. Or perhaps you have a spouse, friend or relative that has defended our freedom now or in generation’s past. If you have served our nation or want to help honor and support others who have, become a member today.

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