Georgia Veterans Day Parade

Watch or attend a local parade, ceremony or event to honor veterans this year. Plus, click here for a list of ways you and your kids can help a vet or military family.

Veterans Day Ceremony 2022 at Veterans Park at Atlanta History Center

Active duty service members, veterans, their families and grateful community members are invited to a ceremony with a keynote speaker, music and more. Nov. 11.

Veterans Day Ceremony at Brook Run Park

Honor all who served with music, a guest speaker and invocation. Nov. 11.

Veteran’s Day Ceremony at Park at City Center

Join the City of Woodstock, MGen Warren R. Johnson Marine Corps League Detachment #1311 in Woodstock, the American Legion Post 316 Woodstock and the Warriors’ Watch Riders to celebrate veterans. Nov. 11.

Free Entrance Days at National Parks

Visit a National Park for free to commemorate Veterans Day. Nov. 11.

Sandy Springs Veterans Day Tribute at City Green

Pay tribute to veterans with a keynote speaker. Nov. 11.

Veterans Day Ceremony at Acworth Community Center

Say thank you to those who have faithfully served their country. Nov. 11.

Georgia Veterans Day Parade at The Battery Atlanta

Show support for military men and women with this parade, and after the parade, enjoy an observance ceremony and a festival. Nov. 12.

American Legion Post 201 Annual Veterans Day Cruz-In in Alpharetta

This annual event will have classics, vintage, off-road, muscle and military cars, as well as food, music, prizes and more. Nov. 13.

Newtown Park

Places to Visit

Heritage Park: This 129-acre park is tons of fun for families with softball fields, a paved track, two playgrounds, a library, community gardens and more. Visit around Veterans Day to view the Veteran’s Wall of Honor, a 75-foot long granite wall engraved with depictions of battle scenes. Drop by the Veteran’s Historical Museum to view vehicles, uniforms and artifacts from America’s wars.

Newtown Park: The Veterans Memorial Walk stands as a symbol of remembrance and respect for the men and women in the U.S. Armed Services. The five-acre memorial features monuments paying homage to each conflict starting with WWI, along with monuments for Purple Heart Recipients, POW/MIAs and Women in Service. The Wall That Heals, a 250-foot replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, was added in 2020.

American Legion Post 201: The Walk of Memories honors those who have bravely served the country with nearly 8,000 bricks inscribed with the names of Georgians who have served. Monuments along the walkway spotlight WWII, Korea and Vietnam Wars. You’ll also see a WWII M60 tank, a Vietnam-era helicopter and a twin gun mount on display.

Gwinnett Justice and Administration Center: Located on the grounds of this center, the Fallen Heroes Memorial pays tribute to Gwinnett residents who have died in the line of duty. The memorial honors about 700 individuals on black granite markers, and the central pedestal features a Gwinnett firefighter’s bronze sculpture of an eagle carrying a rose.

Brooke Street Park: Set behind Alpharetta City Hall, visit Brooke Street Park to view the Alpharetta Veterans Memorial. The centerpiece is a 7-foot tall bronze statue featuring two soldiers in full combat gear and is titled “The Defenders.” The memorial is a tribute to all who have served to protect America.

For a complete list of family-friendly November events, click here. For day-to-day happenings, check out our calendar.

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