Military Heritage Collection of North Texas


The Military Heritage Collection of North Texas exists to collect, preserve and exhibit artifacts to honor America's military veterans and to help educate visitors about the long history of loyal dedicated service and sacrifice that has been provided by the men and woman of the United States military.

Located in the South East corner of Collin County in North Texas the collection is maintained as a 501C3 Texas non profit museum collection.

Formed around 2008 the collection is entirely operated by unpaid volunteers.

The collection is open to the general public and hosts a growing number of veteran, school, youth, civic and other groups.

We try our utmost to ensure that the collection is presented in a way that does justice to the artifacts. Long term preservation of the collection is important to us as custodians of the artifacts and we have active ongoing preservation and restoration plans for everything from uniforms to armored vehicles.

We stage a number of unique events of our own during the year and as part of an outreach program we provide military vehicles and artifacts for display at events all over the North Texas area. If you have an event and would like our participation please contact the museum with details.

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