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Lasting Tributes

Commemorative Tiles, Plaques, & Bricks
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The Museum offers a variety of Commemorative Tributes to honor and recognize the special people, events, and memories in your life. An Engraved Memorial Plaque or Engraved Victory Tile are excellent options for a lasting tribute.


All tributes keep the Museum operational for future generations and are tax-deductible. Show your support and appreciation by making a Commemorative Tribute today to honor or recognize what's important to you.

8" X 4" Victory Tile

Price: $200

You can honor your personal hero, a veteran, a military unit, ship or anyone who has a special impact on your life with a beige tile to be installed in our Entrance Walkway. Three lines of personalized text allow you to list your name, the name of a Veteran, your business thanking Veterans, or unit information. Create a lasting tribute that will greet visitors of the Museum as they enter the facility.

*All ordered bricks are on display in the Museum Gift Shop pending their installation on the "Wall of Tribute"*

3" X 1" Memorial Plaque

Price: $50


To remember those who are no longer with us, preserve their name on a memorial plaque inside the Museum's Gift Shop. Featuring a black base with gold detailing, each plaque allows for the first, middle, and last name of the individual being honored. This lasting legacy ensures that special person in your life is not forgotten and shows their support of our Veterans and Active Duty Personnel.

Other Ways to Give

Donate an Artifact

Our collection consists of items ranging in size from uniform buttons to Armored Cars. Our donors understand that the Museum will be a resource to researchers and future generations.

Together Again

$10 for Them

The Museum receives no government funding for our ongoing expenses, therefore we depend heavily on admission revenue, donations, sales to pay the bills. With every $10 you donate, you will help cover the cost of admission for WWII Veterans and Active Duty Families and the resources it takes to ensure their stories are never forgotten.

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