The Wall The Wall That Heals is a mobile, three-quarter-scale replica of The Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall in Washington, D.C.
The Wall That Heals and its companion mobile education center, will be on display to honor the service and sacrifice of these Veterans.
The exhibit is open 24 hours a day and is free to the public. Security, chaplains and counselors will be on hand to assist visitors as needed.
Handicapped parking spaces are available as well as golf cart rides for those with limited mobility.
For more information about The Wall That Heals, please visit The Wall That Heals-Huntsville Website at TWTH-HSV.COM
Special Events for The Wall That Heals
1:00 PM: The exhibit officially opens
(This is a change from the previous open time, due to forecast of inclement weather)
5:00 PM: Official Welcoming Ceremony with remarks by Huntsville Mayor Tommy Battle, Madison Mayor Paul Finley and other local leaders
The 50th Anniversary of the Vietnam War Lecture Series will be held at the Jaycees Building in John Hunt Park (see flyer below).
A field service will be held before the wall is dismantled and sent on two more stops – Kountze, Texas, and Franklinton, Louisiana – before the end of the year.
For more information about The Wall That Heals- Huntsville special events, please visit The Wall That Heals-Huntsville Website at TWTH-HSV.COM
*The Wall That Heals is presented by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund (VVMF), the founders of The Wall memorial in Washington, D.C. Brought to you by our Host Organization, the Vietnam Veterans Association of America Chapter 1067.