Korean War Veterans Memorial
From 1950 to 1953, the United States joined with United Nations forces in Korea to take a stand against what was deemed a threat to democratic nations worldwide. At war's end, a million and a half American veterans returned to a peacetime world of families, homes, and jobs - and to a country long reluctant to view the Korean War as something to memorialize. But to the men and women who served, the Korean War could never be a forgotten war.
Plane - Three major airports link Washington, D.C. with the rest of the country and the world. National Airport, Dulles Airport, and Baltimore-Washington Airport all have limousine, cab, or Metro services available that will connect with the National Mall.
PARKING: Parking is extremely scarce in Washington, D.C. Parking is available on city streets during non-rush hour times (9:00 AM until 4:00 PM) during the week. Parking is available along Ohio Drive near the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials.