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Road to Victory Military Museum

The Road to Victory Military Museum is located at Veteran Memorial Park, 319 Stypmann Boulevard in Stuart, Florida. The museum is only open on Saturdays between the hours of 10 am and 2 pm. The museum can open at other times by appointment only. It is a small museum with no cost of admission but donations are encouraged. The museum is operated by a group of volunteers that oversee the day-to-day management.


The Road to Victory Military Museum is a tribute to the men and women who have served in the countries armed forces. At the museum, you will find a collection of military memorabilia particularly its World War II artifacts. The museum is small and you’ll be able to complete your trip in around an hour or less. There’s still a lot to see with military uniforms, historical artifacts, photographs, and vehicles on display.


The museum is more than just the items on display with its Camp Victory Children’s area which is great for young ones to learn more. They also host World War II battle re-enactment and weapon demonstration. The museum itself has an interesting history as it was started in a 1942 Fruehauf tractor.


There is a recent addition of a US Merchant Marine display to the museum which is dedicated to 2nd Mate Lieutenant John Palmer. The City of Stuart and the larger Martin County have a rich history with World War II. The Road to Victory Military Museum is the perfect place to learn about the part the area played in the war while learning more about the cost of freedom.


The Road to Victory Military Museum is a great place to visit if you’re in the area. There is plenty to see and do in such a small place. You’ll learn more about World War II and the men and women who served in the armed forces.


Check out the Roosevelt Bridge to see more of Stuart's history.


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