It's called The Wall That Heals and it's traveling around the country with the names of thousands of people who died during the Vietnam War.
The wall's entrance was a big deal. It got an escort by dozens of veterans from Southern Virginia, Pulaski County and North Carolina.
The teacher that organized this wants it to be personal for her students.
"What's sad is in the kids textbook the Vietnam War is basically three paragraphs and a picture and the the war is so much more than three paragraphs in a picture there are 58,195 names on that wall that were either killed or are still missing," said Jennifer Roark, a Halifax County History Teacher.
It's meant to bring the wall to people who can't traveling to Washington, D.C. to view the actual memorial and has visited more than 350 locations since it started in 1996.
There are 14 names on the wall from Halifax County.
It opens to the community on Wednesday and stays open through the weekend.