No other monument in the United States is quite like the Veterans Memorial Walk, which was dedicated in 2001 as a place to honor all U.S. soldiers, past and present. Each year, thousands of people visit the Walk, which is free and open to the public 24/7. All are welcome, and parking is available.

The site is unique, with a platoon of cast bronze boots positioned as though marching. A solitary pair of boots is stationed at the foot of the POW/MIA flag, and an eternal flame burns continuously.

Public ceremonies scheduled at the Walk include Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, POW/MIA Remembrance Day and Veterans Day.

Permission is required to reserve O’Fallon Veterans Memorial Walk for special occasions. For more information, contact or call 636-379-5550.

During a ceremony, veterans post the colors.
The five marble monoliths represent each of the branches of the U.S. Armed Forces.
A platoon of bronze military boots are positioned as though marching in unison.
Formal ceremonies are held throughout the year at the Veterans Memorial Walk.
Patriotic events draw crowds of hundreds to the memorial.
An eternal flame burns brightly to symbolize our nation's perpetual gratitude towards our fallen heroes.
The reflecting pool, eternal flame and monoliths are beautiful symbols in the evening light.
One pair of boots stands alone in recognition of our nation's POWs and MIAs.

Plan a route to O'Fallon Veterans Memorial Walk

800 Belleau Creek Rd., O'Fallon, MO 63366

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