Women in Military Service for America Memorial
The 2018 OWLS and Career Workshop will be held at the Women in Military Service for America Memorial (http://www.womensmemorial.org) located at the Ceremonial Entrance to Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA, and is directly across the Memorial Bridge from the Lincoln Memorial at the end of Memorial Drive. The Memorial houses an Exhibit Gallery, Hall of Honor, Gift Shop, Theater, Upper Terrace, Court of Valor and at the heart of the Memorial, is a computerized Registry containing the stories of over 250,000 military women. Admission to the Memorial is free.The Women’s Memorial continues to gather information and photos for inclusion in their Registry of all military women who have served their country. If you are planning to visit the Memorial, and have yet to include your information, please call their Registration Department IN ADVANCE at 703.533.1155 or 800.222.2294, and they will make every effort to enter your information into the Memorial’s Registry prior to your visit. To view a map and directions to the Memorial on your mobile device, please scan our QR code:
For additional visitor’s information you may contact:
DC Chamber of Commerce
202-347-7201
http://www.dcchamber.org

Washington Convention &
Tourism Corporation
202-789-7000
http://www.washington.org

DC Visitor Information Center
http://www.dcvisit.com

Arlington, VA
Chamber of Commerce
703-525-2400
http://www.arlingtonchamber.org

DIRECTIONS TO THE WOMEN’S MEMORIAL:
Via Metro The Memorial is accessible by the Metro via the Blue Line to the Arlington Cemetery station. The Memorial is located two city blocks from the station.
From Western Maryland (Montgomery and Frederick Counties) Take I-495 south across the American Legion Bridge to Exit 43 George Washington Parkway east toward Washington, DC. Follow the GW Parkway to the exit for Arlington National Cemetery. At the stop sign make a left onto Memorial Drive and the cemetery guards will direct you from there.
From Western Virginia (Northern Fairfax and Loudoun Counties) Take I-495 north toward the American Legion Bridge to Exit 43 George Washington Parkway east toward Washington, DC. Follow the GW Parkway to the exit for Arlington National Cemetery. At the stop sign make a left onto Memorial Drive and the cemetery guards will direct you from there.
From Washington, DC Cross the 14th Street Bridge and follow I-395 south to Exit 8B (Route 110) north toward Rosslyn. Take the exit for Arlington Cemetery. At the stop sign make a left onto Memorial Drive and the cemetery guards will direct you from there.
From Northern Maryland (Northern Prince George’s County and Baltimore) Take I-295 south toward Washington, DC. Take the exit for Route 50 toward Washington, DC. Route 50 will become New York Avenue. Continue on NY Avenue. Once you cross New Jersey Avenue look for the signs for 395 south, you will need to make a left off of New York Avenue toward the exit for 395 south. Then follow the signs to 395 south. Once you are on 395 south, take it to the Exit 8B (Route 110) north toward Rosslyn. Take the exit for Arlington Cemetery. At the stop sign make a left onto Memorial Drive and the cemetery guards will direct you from there.
From Southern Maryland (Southern Prince George’s and Charles Counties) Take I-295 north toward Washington, DC. Take the exit for Pennsylvania Avenue west toward Washington, DC. Stay to the right as you cross the Sousa Bridge and exit onto I-395 south. Once on I-395 south, travel to Exit 8B (Route 110) north toward Rosslyn. Take the exit for Arlington Cemetery. At the stop sign make a left onto Memorial Drive and the cemetery guards will direct you from there.
From Southern Virginia (Southern Fairfax and Prince William Counties) From I-495 take I-395 North toward Washington, DC. Take Exit 8B, Pentagon/Arlington Cemetery/Rosslyn. Take the exit for Pentagon North Parking. Veer right at the stop sign and merge onto Route 110. Take the exit for Arlington Cemetery. At the stop sign make a left onto Memorial Drive and the cemetery guards will direct you from there.
PARKING:
Parking is available for a modest fee at the Visitor’s Center at Arlington National Cemetery (a short walk to the Memorial—about 2 city blocks). For more information, contact Arlington National Cemetery’s Visitor Center at 703.607.8000.