The American Veterans Disabled For Life Memorial301 Votes Currently Open
- Address: 150 Washington Ave SW, Washington, DC 20024, United States, Washington D. C.
- Timings: 24-hrs Details
- Phone: +1-8003317590
- Time Required: 01:00 Hrs
- Tags: Memorial
The American Veterans Disabled For Life Memorial is a charming national museum in the city which honours the veterans of the armed forces of the United states who were permanently disabled during the service. The destination stands as a reminder of the sacrifices that were made by the people and is a must visit for any tourist that comes this way. The memorial was dedicated by President Barack Obama on October 5, 2014.
How to Reach The American Veterans Disabled For Life Memorial
- Take a subway from Capitol South Metro Station.
- Take a bus from Washington Ave SW & D St SWStop ID: 1000677
- Take a taxi or rental to the destination.
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2.59% of people who visit Washington D. C. include The American Veterans Disabled For Life Memorial in their plan
95% of people start their The American Veterans Disabled For Life Memorial visit around 12 PM
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The American Veterans Disabled For Life Memorial Reviews & Ratings
Disabled for life...the sacrifice that many gave for our country to keep us free. Respect and gratitude are the minimum we can and should give back. This is a memorial that is thought provoking in its many messages, is a sad reminder of the price many have paid and beautiful in its design. I noticed our friends reflection in the water so I took a picture of them. They love the picture and I am proud of it even though it was captured at such a solemn place.
This memorial is very important. It really reminds you how much these people deal with to perfect our freedom. These are the "lucky" ones that get to come home, but they are far from being whole.
As the daughter of a disabled veteran I thought it was very important to see this memorial while in DC. It may not be the most spectacular but it did not disappoint. A great way to honor those who served
I have the ultimate respect for those that have lost their life. Many of which are recognized with the World War II, Korean and Vietnam Memorials. What was previously absent was recognition for those that lost all or part of who they were, but continued to live. I'm glad to have a memorial to visit for some. Hopefully one day, there will be official recognition for the thousands lost in 'noncombat', 'peacekeeping','training' and classified operations. Those heroes deserve more.
Very solemn place! A very nice place to contemplate in the thousands war wounded veterans and their sacrifice.