They say that in order to create lasting memories, you must first pave the way.
With a brick at The National WWII Museum, you have a unique opportunity to create a lasting tribute to loved ones who served their country.
Road to Victory Bricks
For only $250, you can honor your personal hero with a classic red brick to be installed on our New Orleans campus. Three lines of personalized text allow you to list your name, the name of a WWII veteran or civilian, a military unit, squadron, ship, or branch of the armed forces active during the war—the choice is yours. These fathers and grandfathers, sons and daughters, friends and neighbors overcame a once-in-a-generation challenge and they deserve a memorial that will last for generations to come.
Plus for an additional $75, you can add a special edition 44-page hardcover commemorative book personalized with a digitally reproduced image of your brick. The elegant, commemorative book immortalizes the story of America’s role in World War II through powerful and awe-inspiring images from the Museum’s archive.
Other Ways to Give
The Museum receives no government funding for our ongoing operating expenses, therefore we depend heavily on admission revenue and donations to pay the bills. With every $10 you donate, you will help cover the cost of admission for WWII veterans and the resources it takes to ensure their stories are never forgotten.
Now more than ever, we need to do all we can to ensure that the courage and sacrifices of the men and women who won World War II are remembered with gratitude and respect and kept relevant for all Americans. One important way to help achieve this goal is to make a deferred planned gift to the Museum as part of your estate plan.
Considering selling or trading in your old car, truck or SUV? Give it new life by donating it to The National World War II Museum.
Our collection consists of objects ranging in size from tiny uniform buttons to large military aircraft. Our donors understand that as America’s WWII Museum, we will be a resource to researchers and educators for generations to come.