Return to a moment in time when age meant nothing and freedom meant everything.
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The Veterans' Museum is located in Halls, TN, about 66 miles Northeast of Downtown Memphis. If you're a pilot, you can fly in and taxi up to the museum.
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Tickets for The Veterans' Museum are $5 per adult and $2 for veterans and children under 12. Ticket fees help us to maintain the museum and continue to offer new exhibits and events.
10:00a - 4p
2p - 5p
Saturday & Sunday
Normal operating hours may change depending on special events & gatherings throughout the year.
The Museum is closed for the following holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving (both Thursday and Friday), Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year's Eve.
Halls is an idyllic town in Lauderdale County, Tennessee, with a population of 2,255 in the 2010 census. It was established in 1882 as a railroad stop along the Newport News & Mississippi Valley Railroad line (later the Illinois Central Railroad) and originally named Hall's Station in honor of Hansford R. Hall, one of the founders. Other founders were J. S. Stephens and S. A. Jordan, early businessmen of Lauderdale County.E. Stanfield, general merchant, was first to engage in business at Halls in 1882. Other early businesses included Young & Sawyer, a steam-powered cotton gin; D. P. Shoffner, steam sawmill and wagon material; J. H. Farmer, saw-, grist- and planing-mill and cotton gin.
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FLY-IN TO THE LEGENDARY DYERSBURG ARMY AIR BASE
M31 - ARNOLD FIELD
CTAF : 122.9
Runways: 18 - 36
RWY 18: Right Traffic