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Technically, tickets to visit the Washington Monument are free, unless you opt for pre-ordered tickets, which carry a $1.50 per ticket reservation fee. You can get a ticket by reserving one in advance, which we recommend, especially on weekends and any day of the week during the summer months.How many stones are at the Washington Monument?
A unique feature of the Washington Monument is the 193 memorial stones installed on its east and west interior walls. Starting in July 1848, the Washington National Monument Society invited States, cities, and patriotic societies to contribute memorial stones to build the monument.What is inscribed at the top of the Washington Monument?
On the aluminum cap atop the Washington Monument are inscribed the words Laus Deo, that is to say, “Praise be to God!” At a height of 55-feet, 5 and one eighth-inches, the monument to the father of this nation overlooks the 69 square miles which comprise the District of Columbia, capital of the United States of America.What's inside the Washington Monument?
What is inside the Washington Monument? Inside the ground floor lobby, there is a statue of George Washington . An elevator provides transportation to the top floor, the 500' observation deck at the base of the pyramidion. The observation deck provides views out two windows on the north, south, east, and west sides of the pyramidion.