UTAH FALLEN WARRIOR MEMORIAL

EXHIBIT OPENS OCTOBER 22, 2013    Make a DONATION  

The Fort Douglas Military Museum currently is one of only two sites in the nation to exhibit an authentic slurry wall artifact from New York City’s World Trade Center at Ground Zero. 
The permanent memorial,  “UT6andALL” , commemorates the six Gold Star mothers who spearheaded the project, along with all of Utah’s Fallen Warriors.
The Fort Douglas Memorial Park is now under construction with donated materials and labor from national and regional companies. 
The Ground Zero artifact will be on display in front of the Fort Douglas Military Museum on Friday, September 20.   A statewide tour starts Saturday, September 21 with its first stop in Provo, Utah.
CLICK HERE for a complete schedule of the Ground Zero slurry wall’s tour.

 

PRESERVING OUR HERITAGE

 

Fort Douglas was designated as a National Historical Landmark in 1970. Over one hundred original structures from 1863 through World War II are preserved by the University of Utah, the U.S. Army Reserve, and the Fort Douglas Museum.

HONORING THEIR SERVICE

 

Throughout American history, men and women have served their country in uniform, protecting our cherished way of life. Let us never forget their service or their sacrifices.

FREE ADMISSION ALL SUMMER

 

FORT DOUGLAS MILITARY MUSEUM TO PARTICIPATE IN BLUE STAR MUSEUMS


Fort Douglas Military Museum is one of more than 1,800 museums across America to offer free admission to military personnel and their families this summer in collaboration with the National Endowment for the Arts, Blue Star Families, and the Department of Defense