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This is not a huge exhibit but it is extremely well done. I would enthusiastically endorse folks to stop while on U.S. 301 and take a break from driving to see this very personalized exhibit.
I am going to stop again this fall because I...More
Very informative personal tour through the history of our Veterans from the war of 1812 to present day conflicts. Volunteers are happy to answer all questions. Great variety of collections of uniforms, equipment, and models. A great way to spend Memorial Day and pay honor...More
They have done a fine job of covering the time period from the American Revolution to Afghanistan and Iraq. There is a very impressive about of information about the War of 1812. I was also impressed with the Vietnam War display. It is free and...More
I've been there twice this year. The volunteers have done an outstanding job building and equipping these displays! There reflect from our Revolutionary War to present day action in The "Sand Box".Very well done. Please visit and donate...it's all volunteer and it is the MARYLAND...More
Stopped by to see the facility because my Mom was a veteran and served in World War II and it is going to be the Information Center for the Charles County House & Garden Tour this May. The exhibits are well put together and very...More
The Maryland Veterans Memorial Museum in Charles County, MD opened it's doors in June, 2013, in the former Glasva Elementary School in Newburg. A wonderful historical experience, outstanding exhibits, and knowledgeable volunteer staff make this museum a must-see. There are continuing commemorative displays for The...More