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Slideshow of the Civil War diorama and artifacts.

Bob Moulder
Bob Moulder as a Union Infantry Officer talking about the Battle of Gettysburg with the battle diorama in the foreground.


The Broomfield Veterans Memorial Museum is proud to have exhibited an extensive diorama of the Battle of Gettysburg from 23 July to 30 November 2011.

2011 marked the 150th anniversary of the start of the American Civil War. This
diorama of miniature toy soldiers depicting “Pickett’s Charge” at the Battle of Gettysburg. was conceived and built by local residents, Rodney Postillion and Joseph Jonas.

We are also very fortunate to have a Civil War expert, Bob Moulder, who frequently joins us at the museum and at our special events. Bob comes in a Civil War uniform and brings several items from his personal collection of memorabilia.

Our Museum invites you to come and view our growing collection of uniforms and memorabilia from all branches of service and U.S. wars and conflicts from the Civil War forward. The Museum is the only Veterans Memorial Museum honoring veterans from all branches of service in all of America's conflicts in the state of Colorado.