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Soldiers Memorial Military Museum

Soldiers Memorial Military Museum

The Soldiers Memorial Military Museum, located in the city of St. Louis Missouri, was officially opened on Memorial Day, 1938. It is a memorial constructed to honor the fallen St. Louis soldiers of World War I. The names of the 1,075 soldiers are inscribed on a cenotaph inside the memorial. Two museums within the memorial contain military-related objects from all wars that the US has been involved in during the 20th and 21st centuries such as uniforms, flags, photographs and memorabilia.

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The museum is free to the public and is open seven days a week, hours vary by day.

Soldiers Memorial Address and Phone Numbers

Soldiers Memorial Military Museum
1315 Chestnut Street
St. Louis, MO 63103
314-622-4550

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Soldiers Memorial Military Museum-South side
Soldiers Memorial Military Museum-South side
Display inside the Soldiers Memorial
Display inside the Soldiers Memorial
A Gallery of Uniforms
A Gallery of Uniforms
Soldiers Memorial Military Museum
Soldiers Memorial Military Museum
Soldiers Memorial Military Museum-North Side
Soldiers Memorial Military Museum-North Side
Soldiers Memorial Military Museum
Soldiers Memorial Military Museum
"Loyalty" sculpture by Walker Hancock, 1938
"Loyalty" sculpture by Walker Hancock, 1938
"Sacrifice" sculpture by Walker Hancock, 1938
"Sacrifice" sculpture by Walker Hancock, 1938
Cenotaph Atrium
Cenotaph Atrium
Cenotaph inscribed with the names of 1075 St Louis soldiers and nurses who died in WWI
Cenotaph inscribed with the names of 1075 St Louis soldiers and nurses who died in WWI
Detail of the WWI Memorial Cenotaph
Detail of the WWI Memorial Cenotaph
Displays inside the Soldiers Memorial
Displays inside the Soldiers Memorial
Displays inside the Soldiers Memorial
Displays inside the Soldiers Memorial
Various types of torpedoes
Various types of torpedoes
Iraq War Display inside the Soldiers Memorial
Iraq War Display inside the Soldiers Memorial
In honor of the Cruiser U.S.S. St. Louis "The Lucky Lou" (CL-49)
In honor of the Cruiser U.S.S. St. Louis "The Lucky Lou" (CL-49)
Portrait of the three Clark brothers
Portrait of the three Clark brothers
"Vision" sculpture by Walker Hancock, 1938
"Vision" sculpture by Walker Hancock, 1938
"Courage" sculpture by Walker Hancock, 1938
"Courage" sculpture by Walker Hancock, 1938
Anchor from the U.S.S. Langley honoring American Merchant Marines and Naval Armed Guard-WWII
Anchor from the U.S.S. Langley honoring American Merchant Marines and Naval Armed Guard-WWII
Displays inside the Soldiers Memorial
Displays inside the Soldiers Memorial
The Memorial was dedicated by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1936
The Memorial was dedicated by Franklin D. Roosevelt in 1936
Glass mosaic gold star dedicated to the mothers of St Louisans lost in WWI
Glass mosaic gold star dedicated to the mothers of St Louisans lost in WWI
Display inside the Soldiers Memorial
Display inside the Soldiers Memorial
Display of weapons inside the Soldiers Memorial
Display of weapons inside the Soldiers Memorial
Display of uniforms inside the Soldiers Memorial
Display of uniforms inside the Soldiers Memorial
The wheel and bell (dated 1906) from the Cruiser U.S.S. St. Louis
The wheel and bell (dated 1906) from the Cruiser U.S.S. St. Louis
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