Friday January, 19th the Arlington tours will end at 2 p.m. On Saturday January, 20th there will be NO TOURS of Arlington National Cemetery. Fri January, 19th Due to the March For Life please expect Delays Starting at 10:30 due to rolling CLOSURES. Following stops will be CLOSED from 1:00p.m. until 4:00 p.m.: STOPS 5,22,23 and 24.

The Red Loop Shuttle service Friday January, 19th will run all day. Saturday January, 20th the shuttle will only run from 2:00 p.m. until 5:00 p.m. Sorry for the inconvenience. Saturday January, 20th expect delays around Constitution Ave. between 10:00 a.m. and 3 :00 p.m. Stop 2 and the Hay Adams Hotel will be effected. We apologize for the delays, but they are beyond our control. Thank for your understanding.

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FDR Memorial

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fdr memorial in washington dc

The FDR Memorial is located along the Western edge of the Tidal Basin, between the Lincoln and Jefferson Memorials. Built in 1997, the memorial is known for its unique design, its tribute to our 32nd President, Franklin Delano Roosevelt, and for the fact that it tells the story of America during the years of FDR’s Presidency. Four outdoor rooms portray the President’s terms in office, each with different statues and quotes. Beginning with a likeness of him riding in a car during his first inaugural speech and ending with him seated in a wheelchair, the memorial traces his twelve years of office as well as the many changes our country went through during that era.

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Murals depicting the New Deal, a statue of a man listening intently to FDR’s Fireside Chat and other intriguing facets of the memorial make it an extraordinary spot.

Visitors from around the world enjoy walking through the vast, open seven and a-half acres, which also includes waterfalls and naturally beautiful scenery.

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