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I made a visit to the Pentagon Memorial after the disappointing Pentagon building tour. There wasn’t much here at the memorial, interesting design, and probably a great area for Pentagon employees to sit during lunch, however just another attraction ticked off the list.
The Memorial is so painstakingly laid out that it is truly amazing. So many details were thought of. My only complaint is that you need to be very careful of what angle you take your pictures or you will have trouble with the police. It's...More
Well worth visiting. A lot of thought has been put into the design of this memorial representing the lives of those lost in this tragedy from aged 3-71 years. A lovely quiet and contemplative area that brings a tear to the eye. Easy to get...More
We almost skipped this one, but we are so glad that we didn't. I feel like the victims of the Pentagon are sometimes the forgotten ones, but this memorial honors them with grace and honor. It's not to be missed.
Not only on too many people's radar, which is a shame. We visited at night, and that was more evocative, seeing the lights of the memorial benches and hearing (through a phone tour) of the stories behind some of the people that day. Directions here...More
Was interested in seeing this memorial. It’s more of a park than a place with information about it. Some, but far from providing enough to keep you there but for a brief visit
I appreciate the dedication to those that lost their life. The pentagon...More
Response from Rebekah R | Reviewed this property |
The easiest way is to get onto the Metro (if I remember correctly, there’s a blue line right there at that hotel) and get off at the Pentagon stop. From there, exit the station and follow the signs around the Pentagon... More
The easiest way is to get onto the Metro (if I remember correctly, there’s a blue line right there at that hotel) and get off at the Pentagon stop. From there, exit the station and follow the signs around the Pentagon building to the memorial. The memorial is on the opposite side of the building from the WMATA Metro station. It’s a short walk from the train and well worth it. It’s also a fairly short ride from the Crystal City stop to the Pentagon stop.
Response from TonyM_WorldTraveler | Reviewed this property |
Yes, but it's not well-marked. There is a sidewalk from behind the Cemetery's service complex (southeast corner of the Cemetery) that goes along Columbia Pike and then under Washington Blvd into the entrance area for the... More
Yes, but it's not well-marked. There is a sidewalk from behind the Cemetery's service complex (southeast corner of the Cemetery) that goes along Columbia Pike and then under Washington Blvd into the entrance area for the Pentagon Memorial. It's along busy roads, so be careful.