State of Florida Veterans’ Memorials

The State of Florida has three official memorials dedicated to veterans located in the capital city, Tallahassee.  The sites are maintained by the Florida Department of Management Services.

World War II Memorial

Florida WW II MemorialFlorida’s World War II Memorial was dedicated on June 6, 2005, by Gov. Jeb Bush.  More than 248,000 Florida veterans served in the war.  The Sunshine State is currently home to more than 65,000 World War II veterans.
Location: In front of the R. A. Gray Building,
500 South Bronough Street, Tallahassee.

Korean War Memorial

Florida Korean War MemorialFlorida’s Korean War Memorial was dedicated on Dec. 11, 1999, by Gov. Jeb Bush.  More than 294,000 Florida veterans served in the Armed Forces during the war.  The Sunshine State is currently home to more than 144,000 Korean War veterans.
Location: Cascades Park, Downtown Tallahassee.

Vietnam War Memorial

Florida Vietnam War MemorialFlorida’s Vietnam War Memorial was dedicated on Nov. 12, 1985, by Gov. Bob Graham.  The Sunshine State is currently home to more than 496,000 Vietnam veterans.
Location:  Across Monroe Street from the Old Capitol Building, Downtown Tallahassee.


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