This, much like the Scottish Memorial, is a quaint, small, quiet memorial that's overshadowed by another, in this case the Vietnam Memorial. It's very intimate and touching, which is nice for a place as empty as this.
This is a great memorial to the Korean War. It is in the Penn Landing's area and just walking around, you are surprised to see it there. You can take 15-20 minutes and examine this memorial. It is beautiful and they did a great job honoring those who served in this war.
This memorial is very close to the Vietnam war memorial. As part of your visit to Penn's Landing, include it as part of the stroll, The walk was featured in our guide book, and very well done. After the visit, we went to the Irish Memorial, then turned in a few blocks to find many eateries, pubs, and taverns for... 更多
No matter where you come from, a veteran or just a protected citizen. This is a wonderful tribute to the hero's from the Korean war. Tall pillar structures make this quit a display, The location is lovely! Park benches with shade trees and gardens everywhere. Parking seems easy in that area. The river front is only a stones throw away,... 更多
Visitors to this small but tastefully presented memorial will see a representation of the trials that faced our brave soldiers and marines in this often overlooked and little understood war. It is worth the time to visit and appreciate their efforts,
Among bustling city of Philadelphia- a nice place to reflect/ unwind.- dotted with flowers and historic black and white photos you have a chance to see history up close. Benches are nearby- and waterfront is a 2 minute walk. The bridge over to New Jersey lights up every hour at night.- Boats are of every size and a walkway is... 更多
TripAdvisor indicates the Korea War Memorial is at 1609 Snyder Avenue. I visited another two blocks south of Market Street,... 更多
When walking from Old City Philadelphia (with historic landmarks, restaurants and movie theaters) toward the lively nightlife promenade of South... 更多