The New York State Vietnam Memorial commemorates the military service of NYS residents who served our country between 1961 and 1975 in Southeast Asia. The memorial was the first such state effort in the nation, dedicated in 1984.
It stands outside the Robert Abrams Building for Law and Justice, and features a state honor roll on four bronze, double-sided panels.
An exhibition gallery and resource center/library is located in the Robert Abrams east lobby, featuring changing exhibitions related to the Vietnam War. The memorial serves as a quiet area for contemplation and remembrance.
For more information on the Empire State Plaza Memorials, please contact the OGS Plaza Visitor Office at (518) 474-2418.