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“Great Tribute”

Road to Victory Military Museum
Ranked #20 of 65 things to do in Stuart
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Owner description: You can find us on faceboook. We have a large display of photos and events posted on facebook. We also have an active Scout Venture Troop that meets every Monday 6:30-8:00 for interested youth age 12-20 years old. This is a short summary of our museum depicting the efforts from WWI/WWII/Korean Conflict/Vietnam Conflict/Persian Gulf/Iraq and Afghanistan By the display of historical artifacts, uniforms, militaria, photographs, and vehicles both historical and personal, we are able to pay homage to these heroes while informing and educating the public of their noble endeavors and our freedoms as Americans. Road to Victory Military Museum is located at 319 Stypmann Ave, Stuart FL 34994. The City of Stuart generously provided the location (behind Veteran's Memorial Park) and also the building, a former WWII barracks from Camp Murphy in Jonathon Dickinson Park. The museum is open to the public every Saturday from 10am to 4pm and/or by appointment for school or veteran groups. Groups of students and veterans are very welcome. behind the tennis courts off Ocean Blvd 319 Stymann Ave in Stuart
Reviewed 8 March 2014 via mobile

An interesting little museum. The displays are chocked full of military history. Some of the items are hands on which is great for the kids. It would have been interesting to have a WW all veteran to tell us about some of the items.

Thank Wrigley48
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Reviewed 14 December 2013 via mobile

This compact Free museum housed in a 40s era barracks is just 3 rooms but houses a very interesting collection of artifacts from WW 1 to present.

Collection houses some interesting weapons that visitors are allowed to touch.

They Aldo have a remarkable war scene diorama, air dropped motor scooter. (Very rare ) and a vintage military Harley Davidson motor cycle.

Be sure to visit and leave a donation of $5 per person as donations are their primary funding source.

2  Thank Don L
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Reviewed 10 October 2013

This small museum is very active in the community. They help with numerous civic and school projects. I personally am involved with the work they do for the Stuart Air Show and Sailfish Regatta. The museum itself is small but well laid out and has some Stuart history also. They hope someday to move to a larger space, maybe by the airport so they can have more exhibit space.

Thank CLRD4TO
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Reviewed 6 March 2013

My son was an Explorer in the local Boy Scout Council. The post built and maintains this musuem and uses proceedes to sponsor travel to war reenactments. On display are personal object brought home from the war and donated by local vetrans (and the personal collection partially of some that helped put it togther).

Many uniforms, rifles, models and every type of hand carried military kit you can imagine. Even an US Army Engineer kit for example. BAR rifle, training material of all types.

There is no fee just a donation jar. Worth a look if you are a Military History buff. The german uniforms and rifles, machineguns..(.MG- 42 )are particularly interesting. I would recomend you take a look at if you get a chance. Very well done and suprisingly thourough.

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Reviewed 6 January 2013

Most museums have their items stored inside a glass case. With a request to the on site volunteer, you are allowed to pick up and touch many of the items on display. My favorite was a Browning Automatic Rifle (BAR) - wow is it heavy - 16 pounds. The museum is open to the public every Saturday, 10am to 4pm. Parking is plentiful in nearby Memorial Park. There is no entry fee, but a donation is appreciated.

Thank michigan193
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