Explore the History of the Vietnam War

Plan a trip to the Vietnam veterans museum in Rio Grande, NJ

Interested in seeing artifacts from the Vietnam War era? There's plenty to see and much to learn at the Forgotten Warriors Vietnam Museum. The non-profit Vietnam veterans museum in Rio Grande, NJ has made a mission to honor and preserve the legacy of Vietnam veterans.

You'll find us at the Cape May airport. Get in touch with us now to find out more about the Vietnam veterans museum.

Find out what you can see at the museum.

The Museum

Bring your group on a guided tour.

Private Tours

Learn about the different events we put on.


Give back to the community by volunteering.

Volunteer Opportunities

Discover how we got started

The Vietnam museum was started by Army veteran Thomas E. Collins in 2008. Collins passed away last year, but his goal of bringing pride back to Army vets is still going strong. We strive to get vets together to chat and educate the public about the Vietnam War era. When veterans returned from the war, they were treated poorly. When a Vietnam vet comes to visit the museum, they are welcomed home, and they receive a button to thank them for their service.

Come check out the Vietnam museum today.

Here's how you can
contribute to our mission

As a non-profit, we survive solely off of donations and volunteer help.

You can contribute to our cause by:

  • Dropping a donation in our donation box
  • Volunteering to share stories about the Vietnam War
  • Volunteering to help with repairs, maintenance and cleanup
Questions? Call us at 609-374-2987 to find out more.


Vietnam Wall of Honor

We are dedicated to honoring every Vietnam veteran who visits the museum. We welcome them home with a special welcome home pin and offer them to join our wall to be forever part of the thousands of Vietnam veteran legacies in the museum.