Pride. Duty. Country. Freedom. Honor.
The Bay Area Veterans Memorial, located at 1106 Main Street in Seabrook and is a place where family and friends can visit and remember those who served and who are currently serving our great nation.
Please join us on Saturday, November 11 starting at 11 am at the Bay Area Veterans Memorial located at 1106 Main Street in Seabrook, for a special Honoring Our Veterans ceremony thanking and honoring all veterans and their families for their service and sacrifice to the United States. In addition, this special event will commemorate those service members who have died with their remains unidentified. 2021 marks the centennial of The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is the final resting place for unknowns from World War I, World War II, and Korean War and it is guarded at all times. The space for the Vietnam Unknown is dedicated to honoring all missing service members.
Since 1921, the neoclassical, white marble sarcophagus stands atop a hill overlooking Washington, D.C. The Tomb has also served as a place of mourning and a site for reflection on military service.
This Veterans event is hosted by the City of Seabrook and the Sam Houston Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution.
Inscribe your loved one’s memory onto a brick that makes up the walkway around the memorial.
We have a limited number of granite plaques that are available for inscription.
The memorial is maintained by the City of Seabrook and donations are greatly appreciated.
Bay Area Veterans Memorial Park
Located by the water on Main Street, the Bay Area Veterans Memorial is a peaceful place for the remembrance of all of those who served and are currently serving in US military. The memorial honors all branches of government and anyone who has lived or is currently living Bay Area Houston may purchase an inscribed brick or plaque for placement at the memorial.
The memorial is managed by the City of Seabrook with an oversight task force that reviews all inscription requests. If you have questions about the memorial please feel free to email us at [email protected].