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Luisa D wrote a review Oct 4
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A hidden treasure, easy to find in T or C, well worth stopping by, great grounds and excellent collection that represents all branches of the Armed services. Opportunity to get informed on how our service members sacrifice to keep us and the World safe. Open even during pandemic with safety requirements. If visiting, please comply. Thank you to all that have donated articles to make it an awesome museum. So glad to have visited. Will definitely return if in the area.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Cindy C wrote a review Sep 2020
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We went on a cold and blustery day, so honestly couldn't enjoy much of the memorial outside. The inside though, was pretty interesting. Lots of displays from local residents who served during certain wars, their memorabilia, etc. It just happened that when we went though, there was only one vet working there to greet us, and he was quite gruff/unfriendly, which didn't make the place seem too welcoming. However as we were on our way out, two other personnel came in to work who seemed a lot more warm and friendly.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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Deserted Dave wrote a review Jun 2020
New Mexico340 contributions82 helpful votes
I would sit here at the Veterans' Memorial Park in the mornings, when I was "living at the Walmart", do do some writing and such, and to just relax. The museum has been closed since the "lockdown", but the walking path is open. I usually had the place to myself; the picnic table in the shade, near the museum, made for a perfect workplace. Well-kept, clean, solemn.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Jim A wrote a review Feb 2020
Albuquerque, New Mexico11 contributions1 helpful vote
This wonderful park near the outskirts of T or C has a beautiful replica of the Vietnam Veterans Wall (from Washington, DC) that everyone should come and see. The adjacent museum is well worth a visit as well. For a fairly small and out of the way place, it has a lot to offer.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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mairimouse wrote a review Dec 2019
New Mexico68 contributions9 helpful votes
If you cannot get to Washington DC to visit The Wall, come to this site. It is a particularly meaningful site for me, because my husband and his crew and passengers are memorialized at 15 W5. He was a Marine helicopter pilot on his second tour in Vietnam when the helicopter he was piloting was shot down en route back to base from a volunteer medevac.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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