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World War II Memorial [DC]

The World War II Memorial is located on the Mall in Washington, DC. The memorial commemorates the contributions of all 50 states and of the American soldiers who fought in the war.

The location is open for tours year-round, and the National Park Service offers daily tours. The website offers access to the World War II Registry, information regarding upcoming events, a brief history of the monument, and visitor information.