Women in Military Service for America (WIMSA) Memorial

The WIMSA Memorial at Arlington National Cemetery honors women's service in the military. The Women's Memorial is a unique, living memorial honoring all military women - past, present and future - and is the only major national memorial honoring women who have served in our nation's defense during all eras and in all services.

The Women's Memorial is located at the Ceremonial Entrance to Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington, VA, and is directly across 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, the heart of the Memorial, a computerized Register containing 250,000 women's stories. Admission to the Memorial is absolutely free.


Women in Military Service for America Memorial Foundation
Dept. 560
Washington, DC 20042-0560
Phone: 703-533-1155 Toll Free: 800-222-2294

United States Army Women's Museum

Museum to honor women's service in the U.S. Army, with permanent and visiting exhibits.


U.S. Army Women's Museum
2100 A Avenue
Fort Lee, VA 23801

Women Protecting U.S. Exhibit at Battleship Cove

Women Protecting U.S. is an exhibit at Battleship Cove that presents a view of women in wartime. The purpose is to highlight women's contributions in history, and create a place of honor as a memorial to their service. The exhibit opened in March 2008.


Women Protecting U.S.
Battleship Cove
Five Water Street
P.O. Box 111
Fall River, MA 02722-0111
(800) 533-3194 New England only
(508) 678-1100 outside New England

Women at Work Museum

While honoring the achievements of women throughout history and around the world, the Women at Work Museum provides educational programs that promote leadership, economic independence, and expertise in math, science, engineering, and technology for people of all ages.


Women at Work Museum
P.O. Box 355-35 County Street
Attleboro, MA 02703