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We were just strolling around the area of the Reflecting Pool and, basically, just stumbled upon this Memorial. To access the Memorial, you cross a small wooden bridge onto an island. There are 56 stone blocks, each with a facsimile of the signer's actual signature....More
We had just left the Albert Einstein Memorial and were headed back toward the National Mall to see more museums. We saw a little lake with weeping willow tree, my wife and I love them, and walked over to take some pictures. There was a...More
This little memorial to the 56 Signers of the Declaration of Independence is located on an island in Constitution Gardens. It has the names, signatures, and some information about each signer. It was such a peaceful place. A family of Canadian geese came over which...More
Sorry that so few people know about these memorable stones, each dedicated to the signature of one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence. The site is not signed which makes it difficult to locate but is not far from the mall. The stones...More
I was not aware of this memorial until walking back to our hotel from the Lincoln and Vietnam War Memorials. Need to cross a little bridge to access this and worth it. Has large stone engravings of the Declaration of Independence signers. Quite impressive and...More
Difficult to find. The signatures of people I've never heard off cut into rock. Not very exciting. Probably why we were the
only people there. Don't bother while in DC, there's plenty of better options out there.