Heritage Park Veterans Museum is dedicated to all veterans and their families and to those that serve now. Our primary objective is to keep the memories alive of our brothers and sisters in arms who paid the ultimate sacrifice for our freedoms. The museum is full of vehicles, uniforms, and artifacts, a lasting display of the two Henry County Medal of Honor recipients, and a Henry County Fallen Hero area. The staff of the museum consists of an all volunteer force of retired military veterans and all are knowledgeable in the history of all the uniforms and artifacts and will gladly spend as much time as you would like to tell you the history and share stories. A library room is available and you are welcome to sit, reflect, heal, and learn. The museum is totally free to the public, however, we operate on donations and funding from our ships store and greatly appreciate any contributions. May God bless America, and our soldiers, sailors, and airmen still fighting for our freedoms!
Video filmed by U.S. Army Soldiers of the 982nd Combat Camera Company (Airborne). U.S. Army Reserves, for a competition between over 40 other Combat Camera Companies. The 982nd won First Prize.
Calling all military veterans!
We are looking for a few good men and women wanting to come aboard as volunteers!