The American Freedom Museum opened and dedicated a one-of-a-kind outdoor memorial and educational exhibit on Saturday, October 20, 2020. In keeping with the Museum’s mission, the exhibit HONORS American veterans and military personnel for the sacrifices they have made to ensure our freedoms while also EDUCATING this and future generations about our rich American heritage. This exhibit marks the first of its kind in the United States.


The “Walk of Honor” consists of a thirty-six panel walking tribute in a park like setting with benches for reflection. The first eight panels of this tribute include educational information on:

  • The Cold War
  • Berlin Airlift
  • Korea
  • Vietnam
  • Cuba/Cuban Missile Crisis

The next fifteen panel tributes contain operations occurring after the Vietnam War up to the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks, with educational information, order of battles, engraved images and listings by name of each U.S. military casualty.

  • Iran Hostage Crisis
  • El Salvador
  • Beirut, Lebanon Barracks Bombing 83’
  • Invasion of Grenada
  • Operation El Dorado Canyon Libya
  • USS Stark Incident
  • Invasion of Panama
  • Persian Gulf War
  • World Trade Center Bombing
  • Somalia
  • Khobar Towers Bombing
  • USS Cole Bombing


The Walk of Honor ends with a 9/11 Tribute made up of thirteen panels listing the almost 3000 casualties to ensure they will never be forgotten.

  • 9/11 Overview
  • Flight 11
  • Flight 175
  • Flight 77 & The Pentagon
  • Flight 93
  • Tower Names 1
  • Tower Names 2
  • Tower Names 3
  • Tower Names 4
  • Tower Names 5
  • Tower Names 6 / Tower Images
  • Benghazi
  • Cost of Freedom



The final piece of the outdoor exhibit includes a thirty panel Iraq and Afghanistan War Memorial. The memorial contains over 7,000 names of those who paid the ultimate sacrifice fighting the Global War on Terrorism from 2001 – 2020. Casualties are listed alphabetically by year for easy referencing. It also contains timelines, maps and other general information about the conflicts along with a Medal of Honor Recipient panel. The memorial is a great tribute to our heroes and the centerpiece of the new exhibit.

The American Freedom Museum will be closed to the public on Wednesday, July 19th, and Saturday, July 22nd, for the replacement of the air-conditioning system. The Museum will re-open to the public at 10:00 a.m. on Wednesday, July 26th, and will resume its regular public hours of Wednesdays and Saturdays from 10:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m..

We are sorry for any inconvenience that this may have caused you. Thank you for your patience and we look forward to your visit to the Museum.