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The Virginia World War I and World War II Commemoration Commission was created by the Virginia General Assembly to plan, develop and carry out programs and activities to honor our World War heroes. More than 11,400 Virginians paid the ultimate price of freedom in World War II, and another 3,700 during World War I.

Prince William, Virginia honors our World War History and Heritage with multiple sites located throughout the County. Sites include the Americans in Wartime Museum (The Tank Farm), the National Museum of the Marine Corps, Marine Base Quantico, Prince William Forest Park and Rippon Lodge.

Americans in Wartime Museum

The Americans in Wartime Museum is a not-for-profit cultural and educational institution currently under development. It will be...

National Museum of the Marine Corps

This state-of-the-art facility honors, preserves and narrates America's story through the eyes of U.S. Marines. Its magnificent...

Prince William Forest Park

Prince William Forest Park protects the largest piedmont forest in the national park system and the largest green space in the...

Quantico National Cemetery

Comprised of more than 700 acres, visitors can walk more than 150 rolling, wooded acres of this National Cemetery containing the burial...

Rippon Lodge

Open since 2007, Rippon Lodge Historic Site is the second oldest residence in Prince William County. Situated on 43-acres of lush...