Museum of Veterans and Military History
We are a 501c3 organization - your donations are tax deductible
Awarded the 2014 and 2015 Vilonia Area Chamber of Commerce Non-Profit of the Year
Proudly honoring our military Veterans through education, outreach and community service
Museum of Veterans
and Military History
P.O. Box 668
Vilonia, Arkansas 72173
We are open and free to tour
Opened in 2012, a tornado destroyed the original home
of the museum in 2014.
Downed for one year, the museum re-opened in April 2015 on land donated by Vilonia resident Charlie Weaver at
53 N. Mt. Olive.
Funds are still needed, however, for expansion projects.
The museum has an account at Centennial Bank.
For more information,
call Linda Hicks at
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Museum of Veterans and Military History is a
non-profit organization with 501-(c)(3) status.
Your monetary donations are appreciated and also tax deductible. Please contact us to learn more about donating items to museum. Visitors have proclaimed this museum is a "must see" for military history enthusiasts.
The Peace Chapel is open and available for memorial services and weddings. Please contact us for more information.
IN THE NEWS:
A sidewalk has been completed from the parking lot to the Peace Chapel.
Museum is open 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Friday & Saturday
Tours are always free and we look forward to your visit
Buy-A-Brick Fundraising Campaign - Commemorate that special Veteran with something truly unique.
Click here for more info on how to order. Bricks are $50 or $100
(c) Museum of Veterans and Military History - all rights reserved, 2014-2021
of Directors 2021
Paul Hicks, president
Tommy Pate, vice president
Debbie Martin, secretary
Steve Hillman, treasurer
Linda Hicks, museum director
Bernie Tackett, assistant director
Tracey Schichti Montoto,