It was neat to be able to explain some of WWII to our young children and to show them the unknown graves. It's kept very nice, we really enjoyed the experience.
This is beautiful piece of history and the monuments describing the battles and men buried here are incredible. If you have the time on your vacation, take the opportunity to visit, pay your respects and honor the fallen.
You need to drive here... the tour buses are not allowed to stop. If you've read a bit online about "Punch Bowl Cemetary," get out of the car and walk. Look at the young Americans who are at final rest here. The dates, the wars, and the number of unknowns... At the small visitor's center, one can look up individuals... More
Take the time to go. This is a beautiful tribute to our military.
Although we didn't stop in the cemetery, the bus moved very slowly and stopped occasionally as the tour guide, Wes, provided us with great insight and so much information. Good value and fab guide. Well worth the money.
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