National Veterans Art Museum, Chicago

A collection of over 500 evocative pieces of art, created by artists who served in Vietnam.

A collection of over 500 evocative pieces of art, created by artists who served in Vietnam. Recently, the museum has also begun to hold exhibitions on the Iraq war.
















About National Veterans Art Museum

 4041 North Milwaukee Avenue, Chicago, IL, United States

 +1 312-326-0270


National Veterans Art Museum and Nearby Sights on Map

Carl Schurz High School

A massive 1910 Prairie School masterpiece by Dwight Perkins, possibly the biggest example of the architectural style, and still a working high school

Gateway Theater/Copernicus Foundation

A Polish Cultural Center in Jefferson Park, housed in the old Gateway Theater movie palace

Jefferson Memorial Park

Beloved local park with seasonal concerts and seven acres of outdoor fun, including fields for baseball, football, soccer, and tennis, as well as a swimming pool and a spray pool

The Villa District

This landmark district was built in 1902 by a number of architects, many of them visibly influenced by Frank Lloyd Wright's Prairie Style of architecture

Aguijón Theater

A busy theater with acclaimed productions of Spanish-language and bi-lingual comedy, drama, music, and dance

Gompers Park

A big, lovely park (39 acres) with the full range of outdoor sports activities, including a lagoon for fishing

St. Wenceslaus Church

The other monumental religious edifice that dominates the Avondale skyline, it is considered to be 'one of the best examples of the fusion of Art Deco stylings with medieval European architecture in the city of Chicago

Marie's Golden Cue

A classic pool hall with eighteen well-kept tables

Albany Park Theater Project

A community gem: experienced theater veterans guide a multi-ethnic ensemble of teenagers in creating original plays about the immigrant stories in their neighborhood

Prop Thtr

Prop is the best place in Chicago to see smart, exciting new dramatic theater, from 'Porno Zombies' to Daley biographies