The World War II Memorial does not have a bookstore located on site, but visitors will find numerous World War II related books, postcards, CDs, DVDs, and educational materials available for sale at the nearby Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial bookstore. Ask a Park Ranger about how to visit the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial or click here to view a park map.
The bookstore is operated by Eastern National, a partner of the National Park Service that sells books and other educational materials and operates many other bookstores at national park sites throughout the country. Proceeds from sales support National Mall and Memorial Parks and other National Parks.
Bookstore hours are from 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. daily, except December 25th.
Did You Know?
The enormously popular “Kilroy Was Here” graffiti of the Second World War, likely originated with James J. Kilroy, a ship inspector at the Fore River shipyard in Quincy, Massachusetts, who would sign his completed work with his famous cartoon signature.