It's a memorial in honor of the armed forces who served in the Vietnam War.
"The Moving Wall" opened up in Valley Center on October 18th and since then many have come to look at the names of those who gave their lives and remain missing in the war. The wall is a half size replica of the Vietnam's Memorial in Washington D.C. It's been traveling around the country for 20 years.
Among the more than 58,000 names etched into the Wall are 627 Kansans, including young men from El Dorado, Halstead, Hesston, Valley Center and Wichita.
"And, you know, that it hasn't been here in quite awhile," said James Denison, a Vietnam Veteran volunteering at The Moving Wall exhibit. "and I think there is still a lot of interest in it. It's the most respected, most visited memorial in Washington, D.C., and right here in Valley Center, Kansas."
Valley Center has been on a waiting list for three years to get the exhibit. The display will remain in place until Monday afternoon, when it will be dismantled for the trip to Texas and its next stop.
"You need to come," added Denison, who was reluctant to come himself the first time an exhibit like this visited Kansas in the 1980s. Once he did, he said he couldn't stay away. "There's a way to be healed and I think one of the first steps to do is to approach this wall, come to terms with it, what it means to you."