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The Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas, Brevard

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  • A cornucopia of artifacts and memorabilia from World War I and all later American wars. Displays newspaper front pages from many momentous military dates. Organized and run entirely by volunteers... 
    A cornucopia of artifacts and memorabilia from World War I and all later American wars. Displays newspaper front pages from many momentous military dates. Organized and run entirely by volunteers...  more »
  • My husband is a history buff and he loves these small museums. This one has small rooms devoted to each war. The docents are very helpful. We were able to get around in my transport chair pretty... 
    My husband is a history buff and he loves these small museums. This one has small rooms devoted to each war. The docents are very helpful. We were able to get around in my transport chair pretty...  more »
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  • Wow! An unexpected gem. What great displays and knowledgeable volunteers. Very authentic feel. Need to go back and look again. Great stop!
  • This is a fantastic veteran volunteer operated museum in Brevard, NC worth a visit if you are in the area and interested in military history. It is a repository of military history from WWI through the modern day. Each room features unique artifacts (uniforms, weapons, photos) which are only supported by the volunteers own stories about the items and their own military experience. While the museum has artifacts that may surprise some visitors like bring back flags, these also tell a valuable story and are not presented in any manner that glorifies America‚Äôs former enemies. Take your time, ask questions, and really look through each gallery as there are some real gems that have been donated and that are on display. Look forward to seeing how this museum continues to grow.

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