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The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial Foundation is committed to sharing the experiences of the Vietnam War Era and its enduring legacy with future generations. 

Our Memorial recognizes the valor of New Jersey’s Veterans and the sacrifices of their families and communities. Our Museum encourages learning by exploring the Vietnam War Era through inclusive and objective exhibitions.


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As a self-sustaining not-for-profit, your donation ensures that future generations will always appreciate our nation’s Veterans. Gaining a deeper understanding of the Vietnam Era through personal stories that show the many meanings of the word Veteran leaves a lasting impression.


The Vietnam War Memorial invites you to learn more about the 1,563 New Jerseyans; 1,562 men and 1 woman, who made ultimate sacrifice during the Vietnam War. Our Wall of Faces is more than just names, it is sharing insight into each of these individual’s lives.


Come experience our unique and powerful site for yourself. Starting June 10, 2021, the Vietnam Era Museum will be open to the public 10am to 4pm Thursday through Saturday. Timed tickets are required and can be purchased HERE.


Join us for one of our ceremonies honoring our Veterans or for an insightful public program to enhance your understanding of the history of the Vietnam Era. Click to learn more about upcoming events at the Vietnam war memorial.


Review our 2020 Annual Report to learn what the NJVVMF has done over the past year to help our community, our students, and our veterans to remember and honor the sacrifices made during the Vietnam War.


Nov 18

Third Thursday VetChat: Casper “Cappy” Everhard

November 18 @ 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm

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