This museum features art created by veterans of the Vietnam war, as well as recent
conflicts. It is located on the 3rd floor of the building. When you enter into the lobby, look up and see over 58,000 dog tags, each representing a fallen service man or woman from Vietnam. The gallery itself is small, but is filled with images, sculpture, & mixed media showing the complicated impact of war and the restorative power of art. This provocative museum is well worth the visit.
We went on a weekday afternoon, and had no problem parking on the street. This was probably dumb luck. The city has parking restrictions for certain days, times, weather, events, etc. so watch the signs! Or opt for public transportation; check the website for directions.
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