The Berwyn Veteran's Memorial is a 27-foot-tall stainless steel triumphal arch. It soars above the town's existing monument, a bronze plaque displaying the names of Berwyn area residents who served in the First World War.
A new plaque, carrying the names of veterans of World War II and the Korean and Vietnam wars, is part of the new memorial. Government leaders from both Easttown and Tredyffrin took part in the groundbreaking, which Tredyffrin Supervisor Bill DeHaven observed took place significantly at the foot of the railroad pedestrian bridge that physically links the two townships. The memorial arch is a memorial to those who have passed in service to their country. On the opposite side of the bridge, a garden is a living memorial that will grow just like the communities it represents.