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Paved Walkway Leads to Vietnam Veterans' Memorial...

At the Garden State Arts Center in Holmdel, New Jersey, you will find The New Jersey Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial and also the Vietnam Era Educational Center. To get to the Arts Center all you do is take exit 116 off the Garden State parkway in New Jersey.
Memorial Site

This memorial allows the residents of New Jersey to pay their respects to those fellow New Jersey residents who lost their lives in the Vietnam War in Southeast Asia. The Vietnam Educational Center will serve as a type of factual resource outlet, this will enable people to understand what really happened and about the people who served during the war.

The funds to support this memorial was a combined effort from businesses, corporations, individuals, organizations, civic groups and various councils and municipalities throughout the state of New Jersey. This meant a lot to the people of New Jersey for over 212,000 of its residents served in the Vietnam War.

Apart from donating funds, the other way that people contributed to the construction of the memorial was to cover the cost of a paving stone that would go into the walkway surrounding the memorial site. There was also the opportunity to cover the cost of a black granite panel of which there were 366, these granite panels lines the inner wall of the memorial.

Black Granite Panels

The black granite panels are approximately 8 feet high and are polished. There are 366 and each one represents one day of the year and are engraved with the names of over 1,500 soldiers who served in the war from the state of New Jersey. This long list of brave individuals includes Marines, Sailors, Soldiers and Airmen who did not return to their home state.

There is a paved walkway that leads up to the memorial which includes a statue of two men and one woman and in the middle of them is a large Red Oak tree providing shade over the statues. The Red oak is the state tree of New Jersey. As you walk along the paved walkway you will see the names of sponsors and donors engraved on the surface of the pavers. This memorial honors and pays homage to those New Jersey soldiers who served and fought for their country.

About New Jersey, NJ...

This state that is named New Jersey was named after an island of jersey which is situated in the English Channel. Its name was given by the Native Americans. Mew Jersey was claimed to be part of the Dutch colony of New Netherlands. New Jersey was first occupied by the Dutch people.

Flag of New Jersey

There are 3 main geographic parts of New Jersey which include, north, central and south New Jersey. Central New Jersey is known to be the largest suburban area throughout the whole state. The highest elevation point in New Jersey is the High Point Mountain which is near Sussex country.

The most dominating features of New Jersey are many landmarks such as; South Mountain, Sandy Hook, New Jersey Meadowlands and Delaware Water Gap. New Jersey also claims to be the highest household income state throughout the nation.

9 of New Jersey’s counties are among the top 100 wealthiest counties throughout America. New Jersey produces many agricultural crops mainly cranberries and eggplant. They also produce some of the finest horses, vegetables, fruits and seafood.

For more information go to The official website for the state of New Jersey

Cities of New Jersey


Asbury Park

Atlantic City








Cape May


Corbin City

East Orange

Egg Harbor City



Estell Manor


Gloucester City



Jersey City




Long Branch

Margate City



New Brunswick


North Wildwood

Ocean City



Perth Amboy




Port Republic



Sea Isle City

Somers Point

South Amboy



Union City

Ventnor City