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Danny Dietz Memorial

Berry & King Street, Littleton, CO
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Nice monument for a local man

Stopped after a DQ. This is a nice thing to do, it is appropriate for the neighborhood: however, I... read more

Reviewed 16 March 2017
Jim R
,
Highlands Ranch, Colorado
Touching, Patriotic, & Very Near Danny's Childhood Home

Love this place so much! Stop here often on my way back from a bike ride. Even met Danny's... read more

Reviewed 5 October 2016
colokelly
,
Littleton, Colorado
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  • Very good3%
  • Average3%
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Berry & King Street, Littleton, CO
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Reviewed 16 March 2017

Stopped after a DQ. This is a nice thing to do, it is appropriate for the neighborhood: however, I would think that Danny and most of us who are veterans would rather see the money spent on this go to the many veterans who today...More

Thank Jim R
Reviewed 5 October 2016

Love this place so much! Stop here often on my way back from a bike ride. Even met Danny's parents there once. It's a beautiful place to reflect and think about all who have sacrificed their lives for our freedom and safety. OK.....I actually talk...More

Thank colokelly
Reviewed 18 May 2016

Situated in the neighborhood where Danny Dietz grew up, this memorial has very special meaning as a member of the community. Whether taking my children on the Fourth of July or stopping myself on a quiet day to pay my respects, this memorial is an...More

Thank Susan H
Reviewed 9 February 2016 via mobile

And his team mates but this is not really worth the trip unless it is very personal for you. It's a little park with a sculpture of Danny in fatigues and combat gear. Sometimes there are little flags but that's it. It is just really...More

Thank KelleyDD14
Reviewed 20 December 2015

A sad occasion but tastefully presented. I went there with someone who served with Mr. Dietz. He added insight and perspective.

Thank 223hd
Reviewed 19 December 2015

This young man, who set a fine example for all Americans, is commemorated in a fine memorial. Please visit and be respectful of all he and his companions did!

1  Thank Doug W
Reviewed 15 December 2015

Sweet little place honoring a true hometown hero. It is peaceful,, easy to reach, and well kept. Be sure to visit and pay your respects.

Thank Janet F
Reviewed 24 November 2015

such a beautiful outdoor museum. took my nephew and niece and it was an awesome experience. the staff is amazing, really nice people, great customer service. has a wide variety of art and wonderful things about old Littleton. been going to this museum since I...More

Thank derekb574
Reviewed 21 October 2015

As a veteran of the US Army I felt privileged to visit Danny's Memorial. It was also sad anytime an American Soldier loses his life. This memorial is just an other reminder of the what is bought home from all wars! *Take the time to...More

Thank Vargasjohna
Reviewed 17 September 2015

Located in a nice park with the statue standing out amongst the vegetation as it should. Thank you..

Thank David R
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