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Visiting the 9-11 Pentagon Memorial is an emotional experience, especially for those of us alive on that day and witnessing on TV the horrendous events as they occurred. Portions of the wreckage of the attack are shown in context to the renovated portion of the...More
I've lived in DC for over 10 yrs and I have never been to this memorial until today. My boyfriend was visiting from Australia and when he saw the pentagon sign at the metro he was eager to stop off at this stop to check...More
The Pentagon Memorial is a poignant reminder to all of us in Washington DC on that bright sunny morning after we saw the planes hitting the towers in New York on live television. The air was full of rumors about more planes headed towards Washington...More
I don't think many people will forget where they were that particular day nor the events they watched unfolding on the news. The memorial is beautifully done and leaves you with a great feeling of gratitude for all those who constantly fight in order to...More
We all remember the tragic events that happened on that fateful day of 9/11. Having seen coverage of the terrorist attack on the Pentagon on TV at home back in the UK, I wanted to come and see the memorial and pay my respects and...More
This is a beautiful and sobering memorial to the 9/11 victims lost at the Pentagon. It is very well laid out and I was able to quickly find the bench of a college friend who was on the plane. We went on a weekend but...More
A solemn tribute to those who died when the plane crashed into the Pentagon on September 11, 2001. Each person is honored with a bench, tree and water feature. The memorials are organized by the age of the deceased. It is a very quiet place...More
The easiest way is to get onto the Metro (if I remember correctly, there’s a blue line right there at that hotel) and get off at the Pentagon stop. From there, exit the station and follow the signs around the Pentagon... More
The easiest way is to get onto the Metro (if I remember correctly, there’s a blue line right there at that hotel) and get off at the Pentagon stop. From there, exit the station and follow the signs around the Pentagon building to the memorial. The memorial is on the opposite side of the building from the WMATA Metro station. It’s a short walk from the train and well worth it. It’s also a fairly short ride from the Crystal City stop to the Pentagon stop.