Military Museums & Monuments

Below is a list of some of the military monuments and memorials in Massachusetts dedicated to those who served in the U.S. Armed Forces.

Google map logo PFC Andre Latessa Memorial {Westport} - Memorial dedicated to PFC Andre Latessa, USMC, who was killed in action in Vietnam in 1967. This memorial is located on Tickle Road & Oak Avenue in the northern part Westport.

Google map logo SP4 Normand Fontaine Memorial Bridge {Westport} - Memorial bridge dedicated to SP4 Normand Fontaine, USA, who was killed in action in Vietnam in 1968. This memorial bridge is located on Route 88 in the southern part of Westport.

Fort Taber/Fort Rodman {New Bedford} - A not-for-profit organization committed to assisting in the restoration, preservation and perpetuation of Fort Rodman and its surroundings. Attractions include a military museum and a Women’s Military Memorial.

Battleship Cove {Fall River}- Battleship Cove is an incredible journey through our country's past for the whole family with fun events and programs to honor the history of historic National Landmarks and the brave individuals who served aboard them. Battleship Cove is the largest collection of historic naval ships in the world, and includes the Battleship USS Massachusetts, Destroyer USS John P. Kennedy Jr., submarine Lionfish, PT 617 and PT 796, and the Soviet-build missile corvette Hiddensee.

Facebook logo Veterans Memorial Bicentennial Park {Fall River} - Park that contains several military monuments, including Iwo Jima, Gold Star Families, and Korea. Planning is underway for an 80% replica of the Vietnam Wall, which is expected to be completed and open to the public in 2020.

Facebook logo Acushnet Veterans Memorial Park {Acushnet} - Memorial monument to the men and women who have served or are serving our country.

Massachusetts Memorials {Statewide}- Massachusetts served her country with pride in all the major wars. This website contains a sample of memorials and links to town war memorial pages across the Commonwealth.

Bunker Hill Monument {Boston} - Visit the grounds of the first major battle of the American Revolutionary War.

Adobe Acrobat PDF download logo Massachusetts War Memorial Trail {Boston area} - Maps showing locations and informtion about memorials and monuments to the American Revolution, Civil War, World Wars I and II, Korea, Vietnam, & more. Many of these destinations are along the Freedom Trail, an iconic, red brick path that winds through the heart of Boston.