TERRE HAUTE, Ind. (WTHI) - A museum to honor veterans will soon open in the Wabash Valley.
The Veterans Memorial Museum of Terre Haute will open its doors this weekend.
Museum leaders say it'll be filled with military artifacts.
The owner spent the summer getting the museum ready, and is still working on collecting pieces of memorabilia from all different eras of war.
It's all in an effort to remind people of the freedoms we have.
"It's important that everyday people, people that aren't veterans like myself because I'm not a veteran. It's important that we don't forget.. never forget.. our daily freedoms that we take for granted every day," said museum owner Brian Mundell.
The museum is on Wabash Avenue in Terre Haute.
The grand opening is this Sunday at noon.
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