Freedom Plaza Tours

Freedom Plaza
This popular stretch of pavement once known as the Western Plaza was renamed Freedom Plaza in 1988 after Martin Luther King, Jr. His famous “I have a dream” speech was said to have been crafted nearby this space. Today, Freedom Plaza serves as a gathering spot for political protests and rallies—paying an homage to the words and actions of King. While Freedom Plaza does not offer much in the way of a destination, travelers who come to this iconic square can also see the John A Wilson Building and the National Theater, which are located nearby.

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Freedom Plaza is located at 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue NW at the corner of 14th Street, near the Federal Triangle metro stop, adjacent to Perishing Park.
Address: 1455 Pennsylvania Avenue NW, Washington DC, USA
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