Vietnam Veterans Memorial

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  • Address: 5 Henry Bacon Dr NW, Washington, DC 20024, United States, Washington D. C.
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  • Timings: 24-hrs Details
  • Phone: +1-2024266841
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Walking Area, Memorial, Statue
Tickets From $31.72

A reflective slab made of black stone that holds the name of all the men and women who lost their lives during the Vietnam sits in the National Mall area of Washington D.C. It is surrounded by several other important memorials in Washington D.C.

There are also statues depicting the unfortunate scenes from the terrible war. Built by the community that still maintains it, this isn’t a usual tourist site but a place of remembrance. The simple and yet very striking memorial forces you to think about the cost of war. Several people who went missing or were held as prisoners of war and were never found have also been honoured here. The gravity of the place is sure to strike anyone who visits it.

The Vietnam’s Veterans Memorial of Washington City reminds us of the atrocities of war. This museum sees a lot of visitors who want to know history of war and its effects on human civilization. As you book tickets for Vietnam Veterans Memorial with us, you will be facilitated with guide so as to make you learn more. Vietnam Veteran Memorial tickets are easily available over the counter, however, booking them through tours is always a great idea as you avoid any hassle. With us, you can easily buy tickets for Vietnam Veterans Memorial with an advantage of other attractions. Vietnam Veteran Memorial Ticket prices are a great way to understand this city better.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Travel Tips

  • More than 275,000 Americans helped with practically $9 million to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Fund for the development of the memorial.

How to Reach Vietnam Veterans Memorial

  • Henry Bacon Dr NW

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  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial Address: 5 Henry Bacon Dr NW, Washington, DC 20024, United States, Washington D. C.
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial Contact Number: +1-2024266841
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial Timing: 24-hrs
  • Time required to visit Vietnam Veterans Memorial: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 74.44% of people who visit Washington D. C. include Vietnam Veterans Memorial in their plan

  • 37.5% of people start their Vietnam Veterans Memorial visit around 3 PM - 4 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Monday, Friday and Saturday

51.52% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Vietnam Veterans Memorial

People normally club together Thomas Jefferson Memorial and Korean War Veterans Memorial while planning their visit to Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Reviews & Ratings

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  • This is probably the most somber place in the Mall. It was very quiet here, out of respect and appreciation for all of the names on the wall. You could see several people looking for the names of loved ones on the wall. Didn't take too many photos here, it didn't seem right. I got a bit emotional here, but I would say this is absolutely the memorial you do not want to miss when you come here. Indescribable.

  • Words cannot describe what an amazing place this is to visit. I rode across country from Los Angeles to DC to support veterans coming to this wall. It was one of the most moving and emotional moments of my life to see men and women who had served during Vietnam and other wars come together to that one place. The design is very interesting and below ground level. Truly a beautiful tribute to those who served.

  • As others have mentioned, this is a very quiet and somber place to visit. Take the time to appreciate the sacrifice these names on the wall have made for their country. If you are up for it, walk around all the monuments around the Mall as well.

  • If you go to DC you simply must see the major memorials. There are great tours that will take you to all of them and do the driving for you as well as provide a guide with info of what you're seeing. It's a short walk from the Lincoln Memorial and the Korean Veterans Memorial. The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is a must-see. It's a very moving experience as you see the more than 58,000 names of men and women lost in this war. You see people doing rubbings of names and leaving mementos to loved ones lost. It's powerful.

  • A very touching memorial. Subtle design but strong as it hugs the earth in memory of those lost to the war. Every person visiting has a touching experience. The sculptural wall is of human scale and tactile, that allows to be one with the history and past. It also looks stunning at night time

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