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New York Vietnam Veterans Memorial Plaza, New York City

Categories: Historic Walking Areas, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.9/5 based on 50 reviews on the web
The Memorial and the surrounding plaza provides and maintains a valuable and overdue tribute to the men and women who served in the Vietnam War.

Visitors can view letters, news clippings, photos, honor plaques and diaries of those who fought in Vietnam as well as spend time near the Reflecting Fountain
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  • Too many young peole! This should never happen again. Does not seem to be a popular place for tourists but I think it is must to see it! 
  • The memorial is located close to stone street, so you can do both together. It's incredible how young most of the soldiers who fought in that war were. There's a nice fountain in the memorial, and you...  read more »
  • The Vietnam Vet memorial next to 55 Water is beautiful. It's done tastefully and provides a good open space in the a crowded concrete jungle. 
  • In the midst of an apparent restoration. This memorial is more of a park for office drones than anything, but it has a beautiful fountain and some educational plaques and so forth. It is a great place to sit and enjoy a snack not to mention contemplate the sacrifices of thousands of service men and women.
  • Went here on a quiet but hot Saturday afternoon and was pleasantly surprised at hot cool it was. No sun gets in and it's breezy. Nice view of the helicopters landing and taking off. Very nice memorial of the Vietnam soldiers.
  • Nice break from the hustle and bustle. Not to mention a NJ skyline view.
  • Get you cart food, u have a nice place to sit and eat your lunch. Of course only on summer/spring/fall...
  • Nice place, but I would wish that there is a appeal for pacifism. The Americans began this cruel war and the soldiers did not need to die.
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