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Liberty Bell Memorial Museum

1601 Oak Street
Melbourne, Florida 32901
Brevard County
321-727-1776

This site is located in the EastCentral region of the state.

DIRECTIONS
Exit I-95 at US-192 (Exit 71) and travel east to Badcock Street. Turn left (north) to Fee Avenue and right (east) to Hickory Street. At Hickory Street, turn left (north) and be alert for the municipal water tower on the left (west). The museum is under the water tower.

Designed as a memorial to all United States veterans of all wars, the Liberty Bell Memorial Museum features one of only twenty-five known replicas of the original Liberty Bell. Located in a City of Melbourne former concrete ground water storage tank, the museum also exhibits WWII military uniforms and equipment. In addition, a copy of the surrender document ending World War II in the Pacific is on display.

Annual commemorative events occur for Armed Forces Day in mid-May, Memorial Day, Flag Day on June 14, and Veterans Day on November 11. In addition, the Independence Day Parade in Melbourne is co-sponsored by the museum.

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