Veterans Memorial Museum, Laurel

The Veterans Memorial Museum in Laurel, MS, is a 6,000 square ft facility with an extensive collection of military memorabilia that opened in 2005. At its core, it is a memorial to American men and women who honorably served their country in military service, and who continue to serve and defend our country in conflicts around the world. The VMM is more than just another tourist attraction, as this museum features an extensive collection of books, vintage photographs, artifacts, and historical documents from the Civil War all the way to present-day conflicts.

The Veterans Memorial Museum is open 6 days a week and admission is FREE!

Accommodations can be made on request for individuals and groups. Tour buses are welcome. Please call ahead if you are with a large group so that we can properly accommodate your needs.

During the year, the VMM offers a variety of programs and activities including guest speakers/seminars, book signings, military reenactments, dinners and special events. Upcoming events are posted under the NEWS & UPDATES column of our site's homepage. So be sure to check our page and website regularly for updates!
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  • This is something to see! Take a walk through and look at the memorabilia throughout that depicts different times in history. Each of the volunteers have so much to share about these brave men and wom...  more »
  • Terrific museum we just happened upon. Hosted by Mr. Jimmy Bass, WWII veteran whose ship was hit by Japanese plane. Wonderful gentleman who just happens to be the grandfather of Lance Bass of N'Sync (...  more »
  • Great museum with displays through the ages. I highly recommend visiting. Their are more pieces than can be properly displayed. The staff person was very friendly and knowledgeable.
  • Wow, this place really brings honor to all those who have served in the wars. I had never been in a Veterans Memorial Museum before, and it was so interesting! How appropriate it is to have the uniformed mannekin soldiers and nurses greet visitors as they enter. I felt like I should salute each one. The photos and models of the many airplanes, and the Corsair replica, were my favorites. The gentleman who kindly showed us around and explained many things brought it all home to my heart.

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