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Been looking forward to see this impressive monument. Have seen on tv and movies. Seeing in person was even more inspirational. The statue was huge and it was well-done as lots of details! Lots of readings, historical stories; reading his famous speeches and his wording...More
The Lincoln Memorial , an American national monument , is built to honor the 16th President of the United states, Abraham Lincoln. Located on the western end of the National Mall in Washington, D.C., across the Washington Monument , the monument has always been a...More
There are less people hanging out at night. During the day, a lot of people sit on the stairs to overlook the pond. It's also a great place to watch the sunset because it lights up the Washington Monument.
Being at the Lincoln Memorial is my favorite place to be in DC. Not only is it a memorial to a great president during the darkest time in American history, the actual memorial is historic in its own right. Sitting on the memorial steps looking...More
You got to spend at least 20 minutes at c each monument to absorb it. You should be able to cover all 4 monuments in 2 hours. I am including the walk time too and assuming that you will start at Vietnam memorial... More
You got to spend at least 20 minutes at c each monument to absorb it. You should be able to cover all 4 monuments in 2 hours. I am including the walk time too and assuming that you will start at Vietnam memorial. Please do visit the world War memorial too which is on the way only. Once you are at Washington Monument you can really pace up to walk towards Capitol. You can add another 20 minutes for the white house if you want to start from there.