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U.S. Veterans Museum
Ranked #20 of 44 things to do in Granbury
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Reviewed 2 November 2016

Operator didn't pay the few bills he owed, city tried to work with him, but he lost interest in museum

Thank tom b
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Reviewed 2 December 2015

No longer in Granbury. Portions relocated to Glen Rose, Texas. Due to lack of support from local officials, private and public businesses, this organization was forced to close in early 2014. They did leave behind their old building pieces of two airplanes that were donated by other entities but again a noticible lack of interest and local officials support caused it's demise and move to Sommerville County.

2  Thank Texasgolfer868
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Reviewed 11 March 2015 via mobile

We were running late but saw that it was closing at 4:00. Got there at 3:30 and it was closed. Also Google maps was wrong. "601" is suppose to be on the left but it was on the right, just after Iron Horse B&B and a city park. No sign in road but look for big metal building.

2  Thank Mark B
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Reviewed 3 December 2014

I "borrowed" the title The Real Deal from another reviewer, but this museum is exactly that. The building is subpar and one can quickly assess that it needs money for existing displays, but the donated items are plentiful and amazing. This museum will break your heart because it brings to life the realities of war. There is an original telegram to tell a woman her brother died in action. There is a captured enemy flag that is signed by the Americans who won that battle. I could imagine the fallen comrades who did not get to celebrate the signing of the flag. There are so many more astounding exhibits, I would encourage anyone to experience this museum.

1  Thank Janet H
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Reviewed 30 August 2014 via mobile

This is a small museum with a lot of artifacts from many different wars. There were two older gentlemen working there who were extremely nice and were more than happy to answer any questions we had. If you get a chance it's definitely worth stopping by.

1  Thank Alan H
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