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About Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Washington D. C.

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 Information

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

How To Get To Vietnam Veterans Memorial by Public Transport

  • Henry Bacon Dr NW

Restaurants Near Vietnam Veterans Memorial

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Address: 5 Henry Bacon Dr NW, Washington, DC 20024, United States

Phone: +1-2024266841

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Time Required: 02:00 Hrs

Timings: 10:00 am - 11:00 pm Details

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  • It's very difficult to describe the emotional effect the Vietnam Memorial has. Some of my school friends served, one's name is engraved on the wall. The first time I visited there were a school group who were boisterous as they started , but within minutes they were as quiet with looks of puzzlement on their faces. I think they were realizing what war really costs. The Lincoln Memorial also seems to inspire solemnity. I've been back a few more time and the emotional and sad as the first time. There is only one other place that can evoke these feeling and that is Pompeii. It took me a long time to be able to think about the visit without a profound feeling of sadness.

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  • The Vietnam Veterans Memorial is one of the most personal and touching memorials on the National Mall because so many veterans are still alive. Many make the trek to DC to see the war heroes they knew etched into the wall. They take paper and make sketches of their names and leave flowers and gifts along the memorial. If you're into photography, you can see the reflection of the Washington Monument in the wall. It's worth a visit if you're in DC!

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  • It's an honor to have the opportunity to visit the Wall. This was my 2nd time visiting. My father served in the Vietnam War. Grandma said that he was never the same, but he was able to come home. While visiting the wall we saw several Vietnam Veterans that were there visiting too! I was very homie. Thank You Veterans for your service.

  • Such a powerful place to experience again. Makes war time so personal for all. Wonderful for me as an OIF veteran to come to a place like this a see and hear the respect not only for the monument but for the men and women who serviced.

  • Incredibly solemn place. Never fails to bring tears to my eyes. Whether it is from the wall, itself, or items left behind by loved-ones and strangers alike.

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