Pavers & Monuments
Memorial Day Paver Sale | May 23-30, 2022
All Tribute Pavers 20% Off!
U.S. Army Airborne & Special Operations soldiers have stood fast and defended the nation in times of peace and times of war. They have been the vanguard for freedom. More importantly, the men and women who chose to defend their country deserve a lasting legacy for generations to come. Now you can immortalize a loved one, celebrate your service, or commemorate an achievement by purchasing an engraved granite paver that will be displayed on the museum grounds. All proceeds directly support the museum, its programs, and future exhibits.
There are three sizes of paver stones available, all made from the finest North Carolina white granite. The largest size can include custom artwork for an additional fee. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (910) 643-2773 for more information.
Interested in purchasing a paver? Click here for an online worksheet that can help you begin the design process.
Please note that there is at least a 90-day delivery timeline for all paver orders.
New paver customers will be contacted during the first week of June to process and finalize all paver orders.
8 x 8 Pavers
Our 8×8 pavers can be placed in the following areas:
- Reflection Garden- $300
To purchase your 8×8 paver, please click the button below
12 x 12 Pavers
Our 12×12 sized pavers can be placed in the following areas:
- Reflection Garden- $600
To purchase your 12×12 paver, click the button below
24 x 24 Pavers
Our 24×24 sized pavers have the option of adding one or two symbols/emblems at a cost of $300 per symbol. The 24×24 pavers can be placed in the following areas:
- Reflection Garden-$1,500
- Museum Entrance-$3,000
To purchase your 24×24 paver, please click the button below
The entrance walk to the museum is lined with large monument stones representing many of Airborne and Special Operations units.
These stones are purchased by the units or associations as a lasting memorial and a permanent part of the museum grounds. Thirty-three monuments line the walk, beginning with the Parachute Test Platoon.