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The National Vietnam War Museum

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The National Vietnam War Museum

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burnswford wrote a review May 2020
Weatherford, Texas16 contributions3 helpful votes
Plenty to see and learn about this war and those who fought in it. The volunteer was great at answering all my teenage sons questions. My young daughter had plenty as well.
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Date of experience: May 2020
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Don O wrote a review Feb 2020
Roanoke, Texas5 contributions2 helpful votes
I was driving along and just happened to catch this museum in Weatherford Texas. Much to my surprise I spent the whole afternoon reading & taking in everything in front of me. Some of the military equipment were reminders of a precious life. You could not ask more from the volunteers. They were knowledgable and very willing to share their Knowlege and experiences. Well worth your time and of course please be generous with your donations. Let’s never forget them!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Carl N wrote a review Oct 2019
Searcy, Arkansas29 contributions20 helpful votes
We visited this Museum today. Very friendly people in the Museum! It was kind of small, but I really enjoyed reading the information about some of the POWs and MIAs! They had pictures and stories. They have several artifacts from the Vietnam War, with information that related. I was impressed with this small Museum! It was free, but they do receive donations!! It is worth a visit!
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Birddawg wrote a review Jun 2019
Frisco, Texas1,030 contributions108 helpful votes
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Nice Museum for it's size. Friendly volunteer staff. Lot of Models and art displays inside. Outside, some vehicles, helicopters, etc. with 2 wall memorials. They have a new building, but haven't moved in. That will be really nice. No charge, but donations accepted. Limited hours. Definitely worth a visit.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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JOhnh57000 wrote a review Feb 2019
Arlington, Texas191 contributions86 helpful votes
This museum is small...presently located in a double-wide trailer. The plans call for it to be in a permanent larger building at some point (a new building is being constructed on site). There is no admission charge, but you can leave cash donations. Mostly US Army artifacts from Vietnam were displayed, however all military branches had some representation. I will return once the new buildings are completed and when more artifacts are taken from storage and displayed.
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Date of experience: February 2019
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