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Monuments and Memorials at Washington DC

DC’s Majestic Monuments & Memorials

Witness the awe-inspiring beauty and significance of Washington DC's monuments and memorials, standing as timeless tributes to the nation's ideals. Just steps from the Churchill Hotel near Embassy Row, these iconic landmarks serve as powerful reminders of America's resilience and strength.
The Washington Monument at Washington DC

The Washington Monument

The Washington Monument is a stunning architectural landmark and tribute to the country's first president. can be seen from all points in our Nation's Capital. Rising to an impressive height of over 555 feet, can be seen from all points in our Nation's Capital.
The Lincoln Memorial at Washington DC

The Lincoln Memorial

The Lincoln Memorial is a powerful symbol of one of our nation's most important presidents Abraham Lincoln, who played an essential role in shaping our country's history. This memorial to the Great Emancipator offers guided tours and has rangers stationed onsite to answer questions about the 16th President of the United States.
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial at Washington DC

Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

The Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial is located on the National Mall between the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials and adjacent to the FDR Memorial. King is only one of four non-presidents to have received such an honor, and the only African American with a memorial in his honor on the Mall.
National World War II Memorial in Washington DC

National World War II Memorial

The National World War II Memorial is a tribute to the Armed Forces of the United States that served in one of the most important conflicts of the 20th century. The Memorial is across the street from the Washington Monument, close to the Constitution Gardens.
Arlington National Cemetery at Washington DC

Arlington National Cemetery

With more than four million visitors each year, the Arlington National Cemetery is the final resting place for more than 400,000 active-duty service members, veterans and their families. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is also located here and contains the remains of an unidentified soldier from WW I.
The White House at Washington DC

The White House

Serving as the residence of the President of the United States for over 200 years, The White House features more than 130 rooms, including the East and West Wings' administrative offices, and the iconic Oval Office.