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Organise a visit as part of the walking route of the monuments on the Mall. This was our second visit to Washington and we thought that there were a lot more tourists that previously, so you might want to visit early if you don't like...More
If you want to visit this monument, it takes a long walk on a path that is kind of hidden. That makes it more beautiful but is not that easy to find. Best time to see in the fall with the changing colors of the...More
Captures the sacrifice of women to support those on the front lines of battle. It is near the Vietnam Wall, but not overly well marked. It is a piece of our history - honoring those who served to support the war effort. I was really...More
Everybody goes to the National Vietnam Memorial, don't they? But this moving and important memorial that pays tribute the women (and about time too) is just a bit hidden away in the shade. Look for the signposts to get you there, it's 100% accessible and...More
Please if you don't want to be bothered by insane tourist speeding on scooters, disobedient school children or other populations that are rude then go before 8AM. This, despite its small size, is a powerful monument.
Today we went to the Vietnam Women’s Memorial and it had such important meaning. It showed that women were willing to help give their lives in Vietnam to help protect our country. I highly recommend seeing this memorial!