We stopped for quite a while here. My hubby's dad flew in the Pacific Theater and we're in DC for his burial at Arlington Cemetery. It's a visually stunning memorial and very meaningful with all of the states represented.
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We visited this memorial during the day and at night. It’s a lovely memorial but a few children were paddling in it! It is well placed to visit in the middle of the mall and not far from the whitehouse. We visited it again as...More
Stopped at this memorial on our walk through the national mall and it was a site to see.There are two side a Atlantic and Pacific side with pillars for each state that has states name on it with a big fountain in the middle. Offers...More
Really nice memorial to WWII. However, sometimes there are issues with tourists wading or swimming the fountain... I have no idea why they think this is ok/not disrespectful. Visitors from the US like to find their state pillar and take a picture in front of...More
Of all the amazing monuments in DC I feel that this is one of the best for simply stopping for quiet reflection at the unbelievable sacrifices that were made during this history changing conflict. Take time to walk round the whole circumference, read the place...More
This is awesome words cannot describe how beautiful this is and how nice it looks at night. History is so powerful....
This memorial meant the most to me because my father was in the war and survived it. The beauty and the recognition it holds was more than I had anticipated. My dad's name had been submitted to the memorial officials. Because of that we were...More