At the Honor Flag Memorial, we embrace the memory of our nation’s military members in an intimate contemplative space.

America’s Wall transcends generations and educational boundaries. This Wall is connected to the land and surrounded by the heart of America, a one-of-a-kind place for all who need to remember, honor and pay tribute.

The Guardians of Freedom monuments does not pay tribute to a specific war but rather the dedication of all United States military outfits.


Missouri’s National Veterans Memorial is home to several monuments honoring our nation’s veterans and those currently serving.


In Perryville, Mo., stands an exact replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. America’s Wall is connected to the land and secluded in America’s heartland, where it transcends generations. It provides a respite from traffic and distractions, allowing visitors to completely immerse themselves in a calming and peaceful environment to remember, honor and reflect.


We remember. We remember the sacrifices and bravery of our nation’s military members and their families.

The Honor Flag Memorial is a large, concave structure, stretching 49 feet along the Welcome Center’s western edge. Each granite section pays homage to America’s conflicts and branches of the military, with laser-etched illustrations and typography.


Under the pavilion near the Welcome Center, you’ll find the Guardians of Freedom monument, a testament and tribute aimed at representing each military branch’s contributions to America as a free society.

The memorial’s design features the military seals of the United States Marine Corps, Army, Navy, Air Force and Coast Guard.


Our museum continues to grow as we strive to validate veterans through their military experiences, educate visitors on the sacrifices of military service, and provide opportunities for making connections and creating discussions.

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The Old Guard statue honors the 3rd U.S. Infantry Regiment, known as “The Old Guard.” This revered unit, serving since 1784, performs ceremonial duties, guards the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, and fulfils combat roles when needed. The statue symbolizes their dedication, history, and the unwavering respect they hold for fallen comrades.

Jim Knotts

President & CEO of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund in Washington, D.C.

“We’re really excited for people to be able to visit Perryville, Mo., to have a healing or educational experience similar to what they would have in Washington, D.C.”

William “Jerry” Boykin

Lieutenant General, U.S. Army

“Missouri’s National Veterans Memorial is going to be the most distinguished and fascinating site of its kind in the country. In addition to the black granite Vietnam Memorial Wall, there will be a museum that honors all veterans. Brilliantly conceived and beautifully constructed, this will draw Americans from all over the nation and visitors throughout the world with a single purpose in mind, to honor America’s veterans.”

Harry Weber

Veteran and Sculptor

“This is an opportunity to give anyone who visits a sense of history.”