Our post is extremely proud to have it's own museum. First opened in 1996, the dedication ceremony was performed by Former President George H. W. Bush. It temporarily closed in 2010 for renovations, and reopened in 2011 with twice the amount of space. It has grown to include memorabilia from World War I, up to including our current conflict in the Middle East.
In one year, the museum recorded over 1000 visitors; with visitors coming from 22 of the 50 states, and from 8 countries. When asked how they heard about the museum, it was by word of mouth from friends and family. A couple of the most interesting responses were "What-a-burger" and "James Coney Island", two of our local fast food restaurants.
So if you are in the neighborhood and would like something to see, come by and pay us a visit!
Due to the floods that occurred on April 17, 2016, the museum is temporarily closed. Please click "CONTACT US" for more information.
Floyd E. Breedlove
Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 9182 and Auxiliary
No One Does More for Veterans
Serving Veterans, Their Families and the City of Katy since 1947