One of the largest outdoor memorials I have ever seen. It is huge and stunning. Every single state and US territory is honored with its own pillar.
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The pool in the center saves the cold design. For me, it feels like it could have been a backdrop to the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Did not like this place. Does not honor WWII appropriately.
Very touching, greatly designed memorial for all of our WWII Veterans. During the day or at night, the water fountains and the pillars (for lack of a better word) with the names of our states remind us to be thankful for the sacrifice that all...More
My grandfather served in WWII, but he passed away before he was able to see his memorial. I get tears in my eyes when I see news stories of WWII veterans traveling to DC to see this memorial. I love how this memorial has 56...More
I had visited the DC war memorials before but somehow missed this one. In June of 2016 while walking around I stumbled upon WW2 memorial and wow, what an amazing job and place. This is absolutely my favorite of the war memorials do not skip...More
This is definitely my favorite memorial. The carved stone, the layout, the beautiful water features, the view of the other memorials. It is so peaceful and I know the veterans appreciate the details that went into it.
beautiful memorial and quite impressive. worth a look if youre in DC. Lots of people around, locals going for jogs and tourists.
As part of our City Segway tour we stopped by and visited this site. Even though the site represents a sad event, with the sun shining it looked like such a fitting memorial. With the fountains and water flowing it created such a lovely tranquil...More