The mission of the Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas is to honor our nation’s veterans, to educate the public about our country’s military history and the contribution of our service men and women, and to preserve important and unique historic artifacts. The Museum reflects a love of country and gratitude to those who serve it by remembering and celebrating their service.
Farewell to a Hero, Special Forces Green Beret
Michael Di Rocco
Mike’s courage, patriotism, loyalty, service, love of adventure, kindness, sense of humor, and devotion to church and family live within us
Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas
Invites You to this
FREE Sneak Preview
Tuesday, October 25, 2022
History of America at War from
1917 through the Global War on Terror
A Series of Short Films
Why the Veterans History Museum
The purpose of this veterans museum is to honor the men and women from North and South Carolina who served in our armed forces.
Some examples of what the museum features include one-of-a-kind artifacts, uniforms, weaponry, original newspapers, personal letters, etc.
All of these special items weave the great and proud stories of service in World War I, World War II, the Korean War, the Cold War, Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan.
They display and help us empathize with the wonder, but also the danger of our involvement in these wars, and the unique sacrifice of our military men and women!
Love of country plus gratitude to those who served proudly equals the museum’s theme for all ages, both young and old.
Our Honor Wall hallmarks the service of veterans across North and South Carolina.
The Honor Wall is the first exhibit a visitor encounters. Golden plaques recognize those who served and those who are serving. Many funeral homes are now providing plaques in honor of passed veterans.
When looking for a meaningful way to honor a family member or friend, please consider an honor wall plaque. Click here for more information on how to honor your veteran.
Golden plaques are available for one hundred dollars and can be etched with up to forty five letters of your choice. Four inch by eight inch golden plaques are also available for two hundred dollars and can be etched with up to fifty letters.
Michael Di Rocco On July 8 and 9, family, friends, members of the community, and military comrades gathered to pay respects to Michael “Mike” Di Rocco of Brevard, NC. Husband, father, friend, parishioner, Marine, Green Beret, adventurer, restaurateur, and volunteer...
Bradford C. Freeman of Caledonia, Mississippi, passed away this week.He was the only living member of the"Band of Brothers" 101st Airborne Division, WWII. July 4, 2020: Soon after being honored on a visit to New Orleans' National World War II Museum, Mr. Bradford...
USS Kitty Hawk Veteran Makes Call to Action! By Kenneth CornFrom the time David Cook turned seven years old until he raised his right hand totake the oath to defend his county, he knew he was destined to join the US Navy. Cook can trace his family’s Navy service back...
“Through Their Eyes: The History of American at War from 1917 through the Global War on Terror.” By Michel RobertsonSave the date, November 1, 2022 The Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas is proud to announce an exciting addition to their galleries: “Through...
It's the The U.S. Marine Corps 247th birthday The U.S. Marine Corps invites you to help celebrate its 247th birthday.Date: November 10th, 2022Time: 5pm untilLocation: The new Ecusta Brewing, on Ecusta Road. This is a very important day for all Marines who have served...
New Video Series
“A Night at the Muesum”
Now available on our Youtube channel
Visit our Social Media channels for the latest news.
Join Our email list
If you are interested in signing for news about the Veterans History Museum, upcoming events and stories please sign up for our on-line mailing list.