Tomah Area Veterans Memorial

The Tomah Area Veterans Memorial Campaign was formed by local veterans who wanted to honor our military heroes and the community's stong military heritage. The Memorial was erected in 2011 with a ribbon cutting and Dedication Ceremony on September 10, 2011. The Memorial consists of a large gray granite monument as the focal center piece. There are three walls between four pillars that surround the back and sides of the monument, each covered by granite tiles or mason bricks carrying messages from the projects donors. There are two black granite monoliths in front of the Memorial, one is the dedication market and the second represents Tomah's Killed-in-Action roll call. Currently continued development is taking place for stage 2 of the project.

Hours of Operation

Outdoor Memorial - open year round.

Directions

From I-94 take Tomah exit #143 and travel South on Superior Avenue / Hwy. 12. Travel 1 1/2 mile and Memorial Park will be on your right. Park sits on the corner of Arthur Street and Superior Avenue. Watch for the Army tank located in the park.

History/Heritage Type

  • Military Heritage