We welcome you to the Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum!
On May 11th, the Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum opened the Iraq and Afghanistan Exhibit Room displaying our involvement in the War from 1991 including September 11th, 2001 through the current war today. Please click link below:
Coffee and Conversation
at the Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum, 12 Garden Center
The Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum will be hosting Coffee and Conversation with guest speakers from 9–11 a.m. on the second and fourth Saturday of each month. The public is invited to hear veterans share their stories over coffee and light refreshments in an informal setting at the museum.
There will be an opportunity to watch short videos, learn about the broader context of the military conflict they were engaged in, and ask questions of the speaker and other veterans. Afterwards visitors can tour the museum or research the topics discussed in the museum’s library. The talks are free of charge.
Emergency Medical Support in Iraq War
By Broomfield Police Officer
June 22nd – Traci Kroupa – During the Iraq War Traci served as a Navy Corpsman providing emergency medical support for wounded soldiers. She now serves in the Broomfield Police Department.
29 June – Mike Grice – Mike graduated from Broomfield High School and served 20 years in the Marine Corps, retiring as a Lieutenant Colonel. He served multiple tours in Iraq and Afghanistan. This is a special presentation as Mike is visiting Broomfield from California.
Come Visit! We Are Always Changing:
Your Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum changes on a regular basis. From long term displays, to special exhibits and projects, there is always something new and exciting at the museum!
By visiting you will enjoy expanded displays, informative exhibits, history of our local veterans, and an overview of United States military history.