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.
The Veterans History Museum of the Carolinas is located in scenic Brevard, North Carolina. This small town in Western North Carolina is close to Asheville, North Carolina and Greenville, South Carolina in the Up-state. There is no charge for admission to see a large collection of military artifacts, uniforms, weaponry, original newspapers, personal letters, etc. The Museum honors veterans of all branches of the military but especially those of the Carolinas and the north Georgia region by displaying artifacts from the 20th century to current times. Donations by local veterans and their families help to document and preserve the contributions and sacrifices they have made.
Due to the Cornavirus the museum will be close until futher notice.
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21 East Main Street, Brevard, North Carolina USA
Call: (828) 884-2141 for questions.
The items you see on display in each exhibit have been donated by veterans, their familes and friends. We are honored to proudly display the history of these brave solders and their time spent in the service.
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