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Road to Victory Military Museum is registered 501 C3 not for profit agency. Its mission is to honor and pay tribute to all the brave men and women who have served, and are presently serving our country in the Armed Forces.  By the display of historical artifacts, uniforms, militaria, photographs, and vehicles both historical and personal, we are able to pay homage to these heroes while informing and educating the public of their noble endeavors and our freedoms as Americans.

In many communities across the nation, museums have become trusted caretakers and sources of knowledge, serving the community in its exploration of history and experiences; generating ideas and inspiration. Our veterans were witness to history, they also made history and a museum provides permanent record and common ground for the community to learn that history. Martin County and the City of Stuart are rich in its own WWII history and now even more so with a museum and collection in the heart of the city.

Road to Victory Military Museum is located at 319 Stypmann Ave, Stuart FL 34994. The City of Stuart generously provided the location (behind Memorial Park) and also the building, a former WWII barracks from Camp Murphy in Jonathon Dickinson Park. The museum is open to the public every Saturday, 10am to 4pm and/or by appointment for school or veteran groups. Groups of students and veterans are very welcome.

Stuart Air Show (click here for more information)

WE at RTVVMM are happy to announce that Road to Victory Military Museum in Stuart, now is the lead sponsors for the annual Stuart Air Show. The Visiting Nurse Association announced that it was turning over the reins last week. VNA Florida CEO Dan Crow said in a statement, "The Visiting Nurse Association has achieved its goal of making the air show a self-sustaining entity. Over the last ten years, the show has grown from 12,000 in attendance to over 60,000 and is the largest event on the Treasure Coast." We are happy to take over. The air acts are already scheduled and Roberts hopes to have more displays on the ground, including a live reenactment of a World War II battle. "The Air Show is probably one of the biggest events in the area and not only the economic impact, but just something for people to do and the cost to come to the show is still very reasonable at $ 15.00 in advance and I think that's something people can do relatively inexpensively. Please follow us on our new air show link