Odd Fellows Monument
Located at the north circle of the cemetery, the Odd Fellows monument is dedicated to the memory of all the unknowns buried in the National Cemetery. The monument was placed and dedicated in October of 1985 by the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and Rebekah Assembly.
Did You Know?
A cell from the Hanoi Hilton (Vietnam War prison) has been re-constructed in the National Prisoner of War Museum. Known also as the Hoa Lo Prison, it was built by the French around 1900 to hold Vietnamese political prisoners. During the Vietnam War, the prison held United States servicemen who faced horrific conditions and torture while imprisoned there.