Veterans Memorials in Grant County WI
Men and women of Grant County Wisconsin have served in all branches of the military service through war and peace times. Several communities in the county have constructed Veterans Memorials in memory of the men and women who gave the ultimate sacrifice and to honor all those who have served our country.
The Veterans Memorial in Bloomington is located at the Community Park, near the intersection of County A and Highway 35. The memorial honors veterans in all branches of the military and those who served in the Civil War through recent conflicts.
The Veterans Memorial in Blue River honors all the military veterans who have served the country in war and peace time.
Located on the 100 block of S. Washington Street, the Memorial is just one block east of Main St. It is a Memorial dedicated to all Cuba City area Veterans. The area features two pavilions and a playground for children.
Dickeyville Veteran’s Memorial honors all Veterans, past, present and future, in Peacetime and in War. Located in the Community Park at 450 N. Church St., colored LED lights illuminate an etched acrylic pentagon depicting five branches of service.
The Fennimore Memorial Park is located next to the Fennimore Memorial Building on Lincoln Avenue (Hwy 18 & 61) in downtown Fennimore. The memorial includes tablets with the names of fallen soldiers.
The Lancaster Veterans Memorial is located in the City Park just inside the Lincoln Avenue entrance. The Memorial includes a cement walkway following the historical military path. Soldier monuments guard the memorial and stone tablets include names of those who have served.
The Muscoda Veterans Memorial was completed in 2009. The memorial features an eagle surrounded by tablets and markers honoring local service members who served in the major conflicts.
The Platteville Veteran’s Memorial features eight 7-foot statues of figures representing the Revolutionary War, the Civil War, World War One, World War Two, the Korean Conflict, the Vietnam War, The Gulf War, and a tribute to the women of war. The memorial was dedicated on Veteran’s Day, November 11, 2011, and is located in the City Park, N Bronson and E Mineral Streets.
Potosi – Tennyson
The Potosi – Tennyson Veterans Memorial, located in front of the Fire and Rescue building, is dedicated to honoring those men and women who have served the community and the country from Civil War times to the present. It also incorporates the recognition of Firemen, EMTs and Police who have proudly served our communities.