Museum

History tells many stories. From Colonial and Territorial conflicts in New Mexico to World Wars I and II, Vietnam and modern day fights against terrorism.

 

Veterans Memorial Museum in Albuquerque New MexicoVeterans’ stories are shared and celebrated with memories of loved ones at the New Mexico Veterans’ Memorial museum.

Exhibits and events at the museum honor veterans who have served in many ways over many years.

Displayed within glass cases are numerous articles, artifacts and memorabilia, all of which have been generously donated to the Memorial. They have been inventoried and cataloged and, while not on display, remain safely locked in a secure location. Displayed articles remain on display for 90 days, giving our veterans and other visitors ample time for viewing.

The museum offers visitors a chance to view the living heart and soul of those that answered the call, showed their strength, conquered with courage, and inspired out nation in the past and for future generations.

Click on an image below to learn about displays at the NM Vets Museum:

"Calvary Sergeant" sculpture by native New Mexican Bill Mauldin on display at the NM Vets Memorial Museum Medal of Honor Recipients at the NM Vets Memorial Museum Submarine Periscope on display at the NM Vets Museum Stained Glass on display at the NM Vets Memorial Museum

Museum Hours

New Mexico Veterans' Memorial Museum in Albuquerque New Mexico

The Museum at the New Mexico Veterans’ Memorial free to the public and open:

  • 9 am – 3 pm

  • Thursday

  • Friday

  • Saturday

  • Sunday

  • Monday

1100 Louisiana Blvd. SE
Albuquerque, NM  87108

 

For special tours or additional information, please call (505) 256-2042 or click here to contact the New Mexico Veterans’ Memorial.