American Freedom Museum honors veterans
Tyler, TX — We continue to honor veterans after Veteran's Day. Men and women who serve and have served our this country give you us a glance of our fight for freedom.
KETK visited the American Freedom Museum at Brook Hill High School in Bullard, East Texas to show viewers how veterans are being honored.
As you walk in the American Freedom Museum, it's a journey of America.
KETK spoke to the Founder of the museum and History Government Teacher at Brook Hill High.
"The express purpose of the museum is to honor our veterans of course, also our current active military," says Steven Demet, Founder.
"Every year the students and the advanced U.S.. History classes interview WWII Veterans learning their stories and past and what made them part of the greatest generation and so today we invited all of them to be here," says Steven Demet, Founder.
Dement tells KETK the museum also exists to educate this and future generations about our rich heritage.
Also to inspire others to achieve greatness.
People can explore the Hall of Presidents, Hall of Freedom, read documents and touch artifacts.
It's definitely a museum to see, take a step into history.
American Freedom Museum
The Brook Hill School
1051 N Houston
Bullard, TX 75757
The museum is open to the public:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday by appointment only.
Wednesday and Saturday hours: 10:00 am-3:00 pm.
Active Military FREE
Children 5 and under (w/family) $5.00