US Victory Museum in Archer
The US Victory Museum in Archer opens it's doors only on patriotic holidays. Inside is a slice of history, complete with memorabilia from World War I, World War II and the Korean War.
"When you see all these things, you're reminded of that huge sacrifice they made for us," said museum organizer Armand Caudron. "You'll feel it when you walk in, see the pictures, the uniforms, the mementos they brought back from the war."
All the artifacts are donated by Alachua County veterans. The museum will also be open Wednesday.
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