The National Vietnam Veterans Museum

The National Vietnam Veterans Museum (NVVM) is a unique Museum.  Originally founded by Vietnam veterans to help and support veterans to cope better with their experiences during the Vietnam War (1962-1975) and after their return to Australia, the NVVM seeks to remember, interpret and understand the experience of the veterans of the Vietnam era and the enduring impact of the war on society.

In 2014 we enter our second year as an independent museum after many changes in 2013 as we embarked on an ambitious program of rejuvenation to enhance your visitor experience and further strengthen our links to the wider Vietnam veteran community …read our CEO’s message here.




During Summer School Holidays: Daily* from 10.00am - 5.00 pm

Outside of School Holidays** Wednesday to Monday from 10.00am - 5.00 pm

*Except Good Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day.

**The Museum is closed on Tuesdays during non-school holiday periods for maintenance, training, planning and administration.

For information on how to get here - click here


What’s On - Exhibitions and Events


This exhibition will be opened by the Hon Greg Hunt MP for Flinders and Minister for the Environment, on Saturday 15 February. 
The exhibition will be open to the public from 2 pm including the opportunity to meet Tim Page. 
Prints displayed can be purchased through the Museum.

Home Fires Burning – New Zealand’s Vietnam Warread more



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