Intersection of Ohio Drive and East Potomac Drive, SW
West Potomac Park
The George Mason Memorial is a memorial to George Mason, one of the founding fathers, commonly referred to as the father of the Bill of Rights. It commemorates the contributions of Mason who wrote Virginia declaration of rights and services served as a delegate to the 1787 Constitutional convention in Philadelphia. The Memorial features a statue of the city Mason sitting with his legs crossed on a bench in front of a circular pool. It was authorized in 1990, commence construction in 2000 and dedicated on April 9, 2002.
Open: Daily 12:00 am – 11:59 pm Admission: Free Metro: Smithsonian
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