Jefferson Memorial, Washington, District of Columbia

15th St NW at the Tidal Basin, Washington, District of Columbia 20418

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Address: 15th St NW at the Tidal Basin, Washington, District of Columbia 20418

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Phone: 202-426-6841
Hours: Open 24 hours. Rangers on site 9:30 am - 11:30 pm.
Price: Free

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Submitted by: Marlon T.

I thought this monument was alright. It was not high yield on the places that I wanted to visit. There was construction when I was here so that takes away from a good expe...

Submitted by: Craig H.

Visited here with my son and about 75 Boy Scouts on our way to the Boy Scout National Jamboree. Scouts spent q...

Submitted by: Archie G.

This was the fourth tourist stop in D.C. for my uncle, dad, and myself. And without a doubt, it was well worth it even if it was one super long walk to check it out. Note to self: do not walk several miles in Chucks. Your feet, legs, and back will hurt afterwards. Thomas Jefferson was a great architect, philosopher, and politician. His political philosophical writings still resonate with people today. The idea that "all men are created equal" and the "separation of church and state" have helped make the United States what it is today. And most importantly, he was the man behind the "Louisiana Purchase," which helped give the U.S. one of the greatest parties ever, "Mardi Gras" in the heart of New Orleans. Sur...

Submitted by: Theresa C.

The Jefferson Memorial will hold a special place in my heart. My first mental image of DC will always be that of sharing a cab with a college kid who reeked of alcohol and then being whisked away (70+mph) to Alexandria, VA from Union Station at 1 in the morning. As we zoomed by, I saw a glimpse of this magnificent memorial. Even at the death de...

Submitted by: phong-lan h.

Thomas Jefferson our Third President From the Mall it took us about 20min to get over here (fast NYer's now) and en route, noticed the Japanese Cherry Blossom Trees without it's blooms (Fall now) but come April '09 --I'm sure to mark my calendar to see the flowers along the Potomac River Tidal Basin... just picturesque. Marble, Bronze TJ and his words from The Declaration of Independence --all powerful. In between the columns you can see the Washington Monument which is a cool shot.   The Gift Shop is reasonably priced:  tees, rulers, plates, buttons and nic-nacks of Presidents past.  And, of course The Obama Family images where strongly present!   All in all, It was fun and really didn't mind revisiting thi...

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