The Indiana War Memorial records all the wars in the United States from 1848 to 9/11, including the Vietnam War, the First World War, the Korean War (the forgotten war), the Afghanistan War and the 9/11 events.
The memorial is free to visit. When I walked in, I wasn't sure if I could just look around. The police guarded the door and asked. He enthusiastically said where to start the tour, taking special care not to miss the Shrine Mausoleum upstairs.
The holy mausoleum must be seen, it is very shocking. Go up the golden stairs, and all the names of the dead are engraved on it.
It takes about 1.5 hours to stroll around the memorial hall. There is parking at the door, and the meter can be paid by credit card. It costs 1 dollar an hour. If you exceed it, you need a tow truck. Be careful.
A monument records the history of the past and the heroes who have left traces in history. The monument is in the center of the city. It is the soul of the city. Americans value their history and their heroes.
A good place for military fans, it covers almost all wars in the history of the United States, up to the recent war in Afghanistan!
Remembering the martyrs and looking back at history, this niche attraction is not worth missing! This attraction is actually very small. It is a monument, but this monument records the cruelty of war and the cruelty of history. When we went there, we felt very heavy, because we saw this monument showing the names of dead soldiers. I feel very painful, so it is not recommended for sentimental people, because it will really arouse people’s reflection on history, and it has not aroused people’s inner fear and sorrow, and inspires people to look to the future better. It is suitable for the company’s team building, or a certain scenic spot for student summer camps, because this is a good enlightenment that people should look back at history, cherish the present, and look forward to the future. It is also very helpful to encourage people to work hard to show their life value In any case, this attraction is still very few people go to, and it is free to enter. If you have free time, you can go there and take a look if you have a chance! ! I will come next time! ! ! Address: 100 South Capitol Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46225 (Downtown Indianapolis)(Downtown Indianapolis)
Indiana War Memorial, a good place for military fans, is a good place for military fans. Here, it almost includes detailed introductions of wars in American history, including the war in Afghanistan in recent years. If you want a comprehensive understanding of the war and the United States, Indiana War Memorial is a good place not to be missed. Landscape introduction We walked to the city center of Indiana, and we could see a tall monument, very spectacular, with the names of heroes engraved on it. This shows the Americans’ worship and respect for national heroes. It can be said that this monument is not only the hero’s name, but also the inner soul of the city of Indiana. Passing the Monument to Soldiers and Sailors and heading north, my friends and I saw the war museum from a distance, which was very grand and magnificent. Go up the steps and look back at the city center. You can see the beautiful view of downtown Indianapolis. The exhibits in the museum are very interesting, detailed records, explaining the relics left over from previous wars, and many interesting stories and photos about wars. Tour Tips In this place, you can learn a lot of history, humanities and Taoism: read thousands of books and travel thousands of miles! Few people go to this attraction, and it's free, so it's worth visiting in Central America.