The Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Angel Fire, NM is an awesome Veterans Memorial, very well laid out, and easy to get to. A fitting tribute to the who served.
We were staying in Red River for the Christmas holidays, and decided to drive around the area. We found the Vietnam Veterans Memorial by chance. It turned out to be an important part of our trip. The father of a fallen soldier has built this memorial and there are pictures of fallen soldiers. I was able to find two of... 更多
I actually saw this several years ago and I thought I reviewed it at that time. This is a must see for anyone who experienced the Viet Nam War in person or through friends and/or family. It is an emotional experience for many of us and is thought provoking. The rawness of the Viet Nam era front and center here.
It clearly reminds you and gives depth to those who passed in service to our country and the burden of those left behind.
Don't miss this! We were finding geocaches in the area and this popped up, so we went to find the cache on the grounds and were stopped in our tracks by the solemn, sacred beauty of this place. No fee for entering this special State Park. We took the walking tour brochure in hand and made sure to visit every... 更多
Before you even know what this building represents, you are taken back by its beauty. It is just magical, like and abstract snow covered mountain rising up in front of you. The memorial is at the intersection coming into Angel Fire so it can't be missed. The memorial itself is simple but profound. You feel like you are inside a... 更多
The memorial was well worth the visit. The is a military helicopter, and many statues. Going in the museum was very touching. There were many pictures and letters that really touched my heart. I can't image going thru this museum and not shedding a tear. This was a very sad time in Americas history, not to mention how many fine... 更多
Beautiful tribute to those who served in an unpopular war, the exhibits are touching as are the personal stories of the combatants who did not return. Should be a must see for any veteran or family with children -it's a living history lesson we can still learn from.