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At evening it is deserted and do romantic. I highly recommend for a couples for a romantic walk. And Mason is such an important historic figure but he is widely unknown so it is nice to learn about him from info displayed around.
We were walking by and saw this. We decided to stop over and we are glad we did. It had just opened so everything was still new and clean. It will be a very nice place to sit when it is warm outside.
We plotted this visit out when we laid out our plan to see the Jefferson Memorial. When we got there it was purportedly under construction. Albeit there was no one there working on it. So we wandered into it. There is information on George Mason's...More
We stopped by this memorial on the way to the Jefferson memorial. Mason looks very relaxed sitting in the center. Doing research it showed that he wrote the Virginia Bill of Rights that the US Bill of Rights was paternned after.
As it appears to be common, my family was crossing the bridge on our way to the Jefferson memorial when we saw signs saying there was a memorial under construction. Tucked away behind some beautiful landscaping and a short enjoyable walk, the Mason statue sits...More
My wife and I visited the George Mason Memorial while walking around the Tidal Basin. The memorial was well done even though it is currently undergoing renovations. The question we had: why is there a memorial to George Mason in Washington, D.C.? He was the...More
We visited the George Mason Memorial almost by accident. Having visited Jeffersons memorial we were on our way to FDR when we came across this.
I nice monument but we needed to check the info at the site to discover who exactly he was.
The George Mason Memorial is often overlooked by tourists to D. C., but the location is just across the drive from the Jefferson Memorial, and it's worth a few minutes to learn of this author of the Virginia Declaration of Rights and delegate to the...More