Patriotism and Pride at Road to Victory Museum

Honor veterans this month—and learn a little something—at this local museum in Stuart

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Photo courtesy of the Road to Victory Museum in Stuart

Looking for the perfect way to mark Veterans Day on November 11? Head to the Road to Victory Military Museum in Stuart. The museum is located in original World War II barracks, where local troops prepared for D-Day, and exists to educate visitors about American history and the sacrifices that made our freedom possible, as well as to honor veterans by displaying memorabilia, weapons, and other artifacts (including a rare Burma Jeep). The museum is active in parades and area events and also offers a Victory Ranger Program for kids ages 14 to 20 that gives them a chance to act as museum docents. This month, don’t miss the museum’s annual staged Vietnam-era land battle correlated with a parachute drop from a vintage plane at the Stuart Air Show (November 13 and 14 in the morning).

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