Veteran’s Memorial Museum in Branson was built as a national tribute to the brave men and women who defended and fought for the liberty of our country during the 20th century. The museum features the most incredible collection of wartime exhibits with emotional experience that described the bravery of men and women who risked their lives for the love of country. As you step into the halls of the museum you’ll be captivated by the stories of the men and women who perished during the war.
The Veteran’s Memorial Museum Branson is composed of ten great halls that covered the conflicts and wars fought during the 20th century. Men and women who lived through these times brought us back memories that are vivid and overwhelming. The museum is awe-inspiring that brought us the war stories. The vast array of war exhibits creates intense curiosity about the personal experience of the men and women who fought the wars, fired their weapons and artilleries, piloted the war planes, rode the motorcycles , were taken as POWs, and served our country so well.
The viewing of the exhibits in the museum starts in the World War I Hall, and continuously going through World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, Desert Storm, and more. In each hall, you will find the exhibits dramatic and emotional. You will see sculptures, historical artifacts, objects d’art, murals, and thousands of authentic memorabilia honoring all branches of the military service, major battlefronts, industrial defense, and more. Displayed on the walls in each hall are names of the men and women killed in action throughout the conflicts in the 20th century.
The 18,000 sq. ft. museum features a great display of 2,000 war exhibits that were contributed by the internationally renown bronze sculptor, Fred Hoppe, who researched and travelled the world collecting these war exhibits. Many of these war exhibits have been collected with the help of veterans and their families that include some of the veterans’ personal stories. The war memorabilia from Vietnam to the Persian Gulf, and memories of decorated combat veterans who served on the home front and every aspect of our country’s valiant soldiers has been honored through this museum.
The war exhibits in the Veterans’ Memorial Museum Branson cover the wars of WWI, WWII, Korea, Vietnam, the Persian Gulf, and other recent conflicts during the 20th century. The central great hall of the museum contains life-size 50-statue sculptures and the list on the wall of 400,000 names of men and women killed in action during World War II. Throughout the museum, the walls of each hall contain the names of those killed in action during Korea, Vietnam, Gulf War, and other conflicts of the 20th century.
If you want to pay tribute to the brave men and women who fought for our liberties during the 20th century wars, visit the Veteran’s Memorial Museum Branson where you will be captivated with their stories and fascinated with the collection of wartime exhibits.
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