The Veteran's Museum in Texas ($1.5B facility to be built in Houston)
Historical Showcase for American Veterans and Our Allies
Projected opening date July 4, 2025, in celebration of the 250th Anniversary of the acceptance of the Declaration of Independence as adopted by the Continental Congress of 1776. Mission:
To plan and
build a world-class veterans museum honoring all five branches of service from
the American Revolution to the present and incorporating allies of America,
with attention to education, to economic development, to create tourism, and highlight advances in medicine
and war-fighting technologies.Conceptual illustration only, not the actual museum.
The Veteran's Museum in Texas (VMIT) will serve as a non-profit educational resource for the community regarding the service of America's veterans. The Veteran's Museum in Texas is dedicated to the documentation and communication of the service of all American veterans from the American Revolution to the present.
The Museum will serve as a gathering place for veterans groups to meet and share their experience of past service together and to surrounding Independent School Districts.
The goal of our Museum is to construct a permanent facility to honor veterans service to the world through peacetime and conflict. Providing permanent and changing exhibits, educational programs and community outreach, The Veteran's Museum in Texas will pay tribute and remembrance to those who have valiantly served for the preservation and advancement of humankind.