Museum of Veterans and Military History
Proudly honoring our military Veterans through education, outreach and community service
Museum of Veterans
and Military History
P.O. Box 668
Vilonia, Arkansas 72173
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The Museum of Veterans and Military History offers ongoing activities throughout the year including free tours and educational programs, as well as serves as a veterans outreach center. It sponsors programs addressing veterans affairs, historical events and military interests. The Museum also provides opportunities for both adult and youth needing community service hours.
Vets are also treated to free coffee!
The museum offers to the public complimentary tours by our volunteer staff and Veterans who are always proud to share their experiences with visitors.
Pictured: Korean War Veteran James Clifton talks with students from Vilonia High School during their visit to the museum.
We have welcomed thousands of visitors over the years, and look forward to many more.
The museum serves as an important educational resource for public and private school students and provides an interactive venue to those interested in learning about military history. Veterans often volunteer to share their experiences, and give insight about the war in which they served. Many authentic uniforms, weapons, flags, helmets and gear from the Civil War through current day are on display Pictured: Museum Brigade member and historian Robert Swain in Civil War attire talks with students
The museum hosts many programs and events throughout the year including the annual Veterans Day Program and 5K walk/run, and Veteran of the Year. Many of these programs are fundraisers to support museum efforts and operational costs. Thanks to those who volunteer and organize events to help fund the Vilonia Veterans Museum. Your efforts are highly appreciated!
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
Ronnie Spivey represents Veterans organization Team RWB during the annual 5K walk/run
(c) Museum of Veterans and Military History - all rights reserved, 2014-2018
of Directors 2018
Paul Hicks, President
Tommy Pate, Vice President
Debbie Martin, Secretary
Carol Stroud, Treasurer
Museum Director, Linda Hicks
Asst. Director, Jim McGraw
Tracey Schichti Montoto,
Website, BJ Power