The Vietnam War Foundation (VWF) is a nonprofit, public educational foundation filed under 501(c)(3) of the IRS. The Foundation is dedicated to presenting the Vietnam Era story to schools and the general public through narration and static displays of actual equipment used by the men and women who served in Vietnam during the 10 years of conflict.
This mission is accomplished through the acquisition, restoration and maintenance of historic vehicles (trucks, aircraft, jeeps, APCs, etc.), Vietnam era memorabilia, “Viet Cong” artifacts, weapons and civilian and “peace” symbols of the Vietnam Era. The VWF provides school children and the general public the opportunity to hear its veterans share their stories and see its military legacy.
The Vietnam War Foundation Museum is located at
6265 Spring Hill Road
By Appointment Only
9 a.m. – 4 p.m.
(Call or email Curator for appointment/schedule)
“Not recommended for 8 years old and younger”
School tours welcome, to make an appointment, contact Craig LaMountain, Museum Curator at 434.985.8408 or email@example.com.
Alternate Contact: Dick Thompson at 540.832.3470 or firstname.lastname@example.org.