AVTT Traveling Vietnam Wall

American Veterans Traveling Tribute
May 19-30, 2022 National WWI Museum and Memorial
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An older Black woman wearing a Woman Veterans baseball cap holds a piece of paper to the etched names on a black wall and creates a rubbing with a pencil.

This May, the American Veterans Traveling Tribute’s Vietnam Wall returns to the Southeast Lawn of the Museum and Memorial. An 80 percent scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C., the wall measures nearly 400 feet long. The AVTT Vietnam Wall contains every name etched on the original memorial. Since its inception, hundreds of thousands of people across the U.S. have viewed the wall.

New this year, AVTT also will display the Cost of Freedom Tribute – smaller tribute panels honoring American sacrifices in conflicts through the 20th and 21st centuries, including WWI, WWII, 9-11, Afghanistan and Iraq. The wall and tribute panels will be accessible to the public on the Southeast Lawn of the Museum and Memorial.

FREE to the Public | Southeast Lawn