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Where to go to discover the history and places of Audie Murphy.

Aleo Cemetery (a.k.a. Prairie Grove Cemetery)
Collin County, Texas

Located in northeast Texas, this is the final resting place of Audie Murphy's beloved mother and his grandparents Jefferson and Sarah Killian.

Arlington National Cemetery
Arlington, Virginia

Located directly in front of the Tomb of the Unknowns, this is the final resting place of the body of Audie L. Murphy.

Audie Murphy American Cotton Museum
Greenville, Texas

Home to the largest publically displayed collection of Audie Murphy memoriabilia and artifacts of Audie Murphy. Just 40 miles east of Dallas on U.S. Interstate 30, this museum is the location where most of the Audie Murphy Research Foundation's collection resides.

Audie Murphy Inn

Dedicated to the memory and accomplishments of Audie Murphy in 2001 by the 3rd Infantry Division while on a peace-keeping assignment in Europe.

Audie Murphy Memorial
Brush Mountain, Virginia

A memorial erected just off the Appalachian Trail near the site of the plane crash which claimed Audie Murphy's life.

Audie L. Murphy Veterans Memorial Hospital
San Antonio, Texas

Part of the South Texas Veterans Health Care System, the Audie L. Murphy Veterans Administration Hospital is located in San Antonio, Texas and was dedicated in 1971 shortly after Audie Murphy's death.

Audie Murphy Middle School
Fort Hood, Texas

The first school in the nation to name itself after Audie Murphy and is appropriately located on one of America's largest U.S. military installations where Audie Murphy often trained while in the Texas National Guard.

Charles J. Rike Library
Farmersville, Texas

This library, in a town where Audie Murphy once lived, has permanent display stands of photographs, newspaper articles, drawings, and lots of hard to find information on Audie Murphy. Inside is also home to the original cast bronze model of the Audie Murphy statue which stands in front of the Audie Murphy Veterans Memorial Hospital in San Antonio, Texas.

Congressional Medal of Honor Memorial
Indianapolis, Indiana

A beautiful memorial dedicated to all United States military service members and every recipient of the Medal of Honor including Audie Murphy.

Dothan Alabama Opera House
Dothan, Alabama

Historically preserved, the Dothan Alabama Opera House is a southern landmark which features a commemorative brick honoring Audie Murphy.

Farmersville Memorial
Farmersville, Texas

Farmersville, Texas, a small but proud community in Hunt County, Texas where Audie once lived and worked, is the location of a carved granite memorial and a street named after Audie Murphy.

Historical Markers
Hunt, Collin, Parker, and Williamson Counties, Texas

There are several historical highway markers honoring Audie Murphy All are located Texas State Highway 69 in Hunt County at or near the towns of Kingston and Celeste, Texas.

Holzwihr, France Memorial
Holtzwihr, France

On January 29, 2000 the people of Holtzwihr, France dedicated a memorial to the heroism of Audie Murphy and the soldiers of the 3rd Infantry Division on the exact spot Audie Murphy earned his Medal of Honor.

Homes of Audie Murphy
Kingston, Celeste, and Farmersville, Texas

Photographs and locations of the homes which Audie Murphy lived in or owned at different points of his life.

M10 Tank Destroyer Exhibit
4th Infantry Division Museum, Fort Hood, Texas

The 4th Infantry Division Museum's collection of armored vehicles includes a rare M10 Tank Destroyer. This military vehicle is the same type used by Audie Murphy during his epic stand against German forces at Holtzwihr, France which resulted in him earning the Medal of Honor.

National Infantry Museum
Fort Benning, Georgia

The National Infantry Museum at Fort Benning, Georgia is the home and main training center of the U.S. Army's Infantry. An extensive museum is located here which provides an extensive history and numerous exhibits. Among these is an excellent display dedicated to Audie Murphy.

Patriot Hall Memorial County Plaque
Los Angeles, California

Located in Los Angeles, Patriot Hall is the site of a special memorial county plaque dedicated to Audie Murphy in 1971.

Smithsonian National Museum of American History
Washington, D.C.

Located in Washington, D.C. the largest museum in the United States also has an important collection of items which belonged to Audie Murphy.

Texas Military Forces Museum
Camp Mabry; Austin, Texas

Home of the Texas 36th Infantry National Guard Division nicked named "the T-Patchers", Camp Mabry is the proud host of the Texas Military Forces Museum which exhibits items concerning Audie Murphy.

Texas State Capitol
Austin, Texas

Home of the 1950 Kipp Soldwedel painting which hangs in the House Chamber, Texas State Capitol Building.

Walks of Fame
Hollywood, CA, Fort Worth, TX, Santa Clarita, CA, Kenab, NV, and Austin TX

Audie's legacy as a film star is permanently exhibited along the "Hollywood Walk of Fame" and the "Kenab Walk of Fame". This page has a picture, description, maps, and the location of each of these landmarks.

Willie Nelson & Friends Showcase Museum
Nashville, Tennessee

Willie Nelson & Friends Showcase Museum located in Nashiville, Tennessee is more a souvenir shop than a museum. But among its dusty exhibits in the back is a surprisingly extensive display of Audie Murphy memorabilia.

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