Military Veterans Museum &

Welcome to the

Education Center

Honoring our Nation’s military history through education and preservation
Welcome to the

Military Veterans Museum &
Education Center

Honoring our Nation’s military history through preservation and education

Our Story

Our organization began with a shared dream of 5 WWII veterans. This group of men dreamed of the day there would be a museum in the East-Central part of Wisconsin dedicated to telling the stories of our Honored Veterans.

LATEST UPDATES AND NEWS

Get in the know Of everything going on with MVMEC!

  • Starting January 1, 2024 our hours will be 11AM to 4PM. We will go back to summer hours in the Spring.
  • We have selected a date for our annual Cornhole Tournament. Mark your calendars for Saturday, March 16, 2024. We clear out several of our vehicles in the center of the museum for this. See the poster to the left for more details.
  • We have decided to change the name of our annual Open House. The new name is “Military History Day”.  The date is May 4, 2024. Mark your Calendars! See the poster to the left for more details.
  • Our annual golf tournament is scheduled for May 29, 2024. A great way to have a fun day of golf and also help support the mission of our museum. See the poster at the left for more details.
  • We have just added a new video of our small artifacts area of the museum on your YouTube channel. Click here!
  • Many of our visitors ask what happened to the T34-85 Tank we used to have on display. We have an article on the tank on page 5 of our Winter 2022 Newsletter. Click here to see the Newsletter.
  • And, as always, Private Tours are available year round. Call Stu Tribbey (920) 379-1180 or [email protected] to schedule a visit.
  • Our Motor Pool area can be set up with tables and chairs for group meetings or other events like birthday parties. Interested? Contact Stu Tribbey at the above phone number or email. 

member and visitor comments

Mike Winston 

I love stopping in from time to time to see what new things Y’all have done. Nice place and great People

Stephanie Heinritz

Troy Selman

Nice small museum with friendly and knowledgeable volunteers. Exhibits were very well cared for. A nice hour to spend.

Brian Beyer

Really enjoyed it, loved that they have retired military personnel that gives the tours of the facility!!! Very informative!!

A great spot to pay your respects, as well as to take a family member who has served. Great museum.