Outdoor Movie Series at the United States Navy Memorial
The United States Navy Memorial is showing Navy-themed films every Thursday evening on its large outdoor plaza as part of its new Movies on the Memorial series.
Movies begin at dusk, at which time guests are invited to lay out their blankets and relax on Memorial Plaza. Concessions are sold inside of the Visitor Center. In the case of rain, movies will begin at 8:00pm inside of the Burke Theater.
Schedule for the Movie on the Memorial series:
7 June | Anchors Aweigh (1945)
14 June | The Hunt for Red October (1990)
21 June | In the Navy (1941)
28 June | Top Gun (1986)
5 July | The Best Years of Our Lives (1946)
12 July | A Few Good Men (1992)
19 July | Action in the North Atlantic (1943)
26 July | Midway (1976)
2 August | The Sullivans (1944)
9 August | Crimson Tide (1995)
16 August | The Caine Mutiny (1954)
23 August | Pearl Harbor (2001)
30 August | Men of Honor (2000)
The Navy Memorial is located at 701 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, just steps away from the Navy Memorial Metro station.
To learn more about the Movies on the Memorial series, contact Robert Parker at email@example.com or 202-380-0723. For more information about the Navy Memorial’s events, visit navymemorial.org.
About the United States Navy Memorial
The Navy Memorial, located at 701 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, consists of a large plaza with a granite map of the world, the iconic Lone Sailor statue, 3,500 square-foot museum area, a 240-person theater, the Ship’s Store which sells Navy memorabilia and the Navy Log, the nation’s largest publicly available data base of sea service veterans. Our mission is to Honor, Recognize and Celebrate the men and women of the Sea Services, past, present and future; and to inform the public about their service. We do that mission with the support of tens of thousands of members and Corporate Partners including USAA, Veritas, CACI, Lockheed Martin, U.S. Money Reserve, DXC Technology, Huntington Ingalls Industry, NewDay USA, Ernst & Young, General Dynamics, Navy Mutual Aid, Pratt & Whitney and Capital Bank. To learn more, please visit navymemorial.org