The Bataan Corregidor Memorial in Kissimmee
Created by Kissimmee’s Filipino-American community along with Osceola County officials, the Bataan Corregidor Memorial is a tribute to the American and Filipino servicemen who died during World War II, mostly at Bataan and Corregidor in the Philippines, as well as those of civilian men and women whose heroism was notable.
Situated in Lakefront Park on the corner of Lakeshore Drive and Monument Avenue in Kissimmee, the memorial is directly across from Lake Tohopekaliga and the Lake Shore area, where visitors can take a stroll or bike ride down the path and to the playground area. Downtown Kissimmee is also close by and offers shopping and restaurant choices. Additionally, tourists can check out the nearby Osceola County Library as well as other monuments in the area.
The landmark is open daily and admission is free. For more information, call (407) 846-6131.