National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial114 Votes Currently Open
- Address: E St NW, Washington, DC 20004, United States, Washington D. C.
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-2027373400
- Time Required: 00:15 Mins
- Tags: Monument, War Memorial
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial in the destination honours 20,267 U.S. law enforcement officers that have died in the line of duty throughout the years. Visit the monument and feel the patriotism and nationalism. The purpose of this monument was to increase the public support for the law enforcement in the country. The monument has today become a symbol for patriotism in the city and sees a lot of visitors.
How to Reach National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
- Take a subway from Gallery Place Chinatown Station.
- Take a bus from 7th St & G StStop ID: 1001086
- Take a taxi or rental to the destination.
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National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Reviews & Ratings
Really nice museum! Smaller than I thought it was going to be it’s all one level took us maybe less than a hour to go through. They had interactive exhibits where you can learn the process of investigating a few movies you can watch. I took my 5&8 year old that likes looking at the exhibits they were too young to understand the interactive ones. Over all the museum is nicely done
A wonderfully beautiful way to honor our fallen service men and women. It is well maintained and is a wonderful thing to see during national police week each year where they have events and dedications.
Humbling memorial away from the main national mall. It has the same feeling as the Vietnam Memorial yet unfortunately isn't as well known or visited. Please stop by and pay your respects for all of the Law Enforcement Officers that have given their lives to help keep the United States safe.
Coming up from the Judiciary subway I was surprise how extensive this memorial has become since my last visit to DC. It is a wall with names of law enforcement personnel killed. There really is no where to sit and reflect, but there are nice tree lined walkways and bronze statues mostly of animals.
Take the metro red line and the stop is directly beside the memorial. Easiest way to get there. Visited during police week 2019. It's a beautiful place to visit and pay your respects. Highly recommend people go if only to see just how many names are written in stone.