Plan Your Visit


The Lincoln Memorial is a part of the National Mall & Memorial Parks. The park is decorated with iconic structures in the form of memorials and monuments. Hence, it would be worth your while to know what else is there to see around so you can make a day of it.


Here is a list of sites at the National Park, other than the Lincoln Memorial:

  • African American Civil War Memorial
  • Constitution Gardens
  • District of Columbia War Memorial
  • East Potomac Park
  • Ford’s Theatre National Historic Site and the House Where Lincoln Died
  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial
  • Hispanic Heroes on Virginia Avenue, NW: José Gervasio Artigas Park Simón Bolívar Park José de San Martin Park Bernardo de Gálvez Park Benito Juárez Park
  • Japanese American Memorial to Patriotism During World War II
  • Korean War Veterans Memorial
  • Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
  • National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial
  • Old Post Office Tower
  • Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site and Park
  • Thomas Jefferson Memorial
  • Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • Washington Monument
  • West Potomac Park
  • World War II Memorial

Other than these, there are recreational activities for the whole family, highlighted by the following:

  • East Potomac Golf Course - 972 Ohio Drive, SW, Washington, DC 20024
  • East Potomac Tennis Center - 1090 Ohio Drive, Washington, DC 20024. Phone: (202) 554-5962
  • Tidal Basin Paddle Boats - 1501 Maine Ave, SW, Washington, DC 20024. Phone: (202) 479-2426
  • East Potomac Aquatic Center - 972 Ohio Drive SW, Washington, DC 20024. Phone: (202) 727-6523

And that’s not all, there are more than 150 reservations, circles, fountains, and park spaces in downtown Washington, D.C.

Parking is restricted throughout Columbia between 12:00 AM to 6:00 AM. Also, Washington, D.C. is considered as one of the busiest metropolitan area, so it is always better to make full use of public transport.


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