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Arlington National Cemetery Guided Walking Tour

Highlights
  • Walking tour includes Changing of the Guard and tour of Robert E. Lee’s home
  • Explore with a guide: The cemetery’s vast size makes it easy to get lost
  • Small group size of 15 or fewer ensures a tailored experience
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Arlington National Cemetery Guided Walking Tour
US$30 per adult
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All fees included
8 am Tour
2 hour tour of Arlington Cemetery starting at 8:00 am
US$30.00 per adult
3 pm tour
2 hour tour of Arlington Cemetery starting at 3:00 pm
US$30.00 per adult
12 pm Tour
2 hour tour of Arlington Cemetery starting at 12 pm
US$30.00 per adult
Overview
Make the most of your trip to Arlington National Cemetery on this 2-hour walking tour. A guide ensures you don’t get lost in the cemetery’s vast grounds, and points out tombstones that most visitor miss if exploring on their own. During the tour, view the Changing of the Guards ceremony from the best vantage point, and learn history you won’t find in the guidebooks.
What to Expect

Meet a guide outside the main gates of Arlington National Cemetery at your choice of 8am, 12pm, or 3pm. A group size capped at 15 people ensures full attention from the guide and opportunity to ask questions throughout the tour.

As you pass through green fields dotted in white tombstones, stop at the final resting places of former U.S. presidents. The guide ensures you don’t get lost in the cemetery’s 624 acres, and points out tombstones many people miss if visiting on their own.

Next, make your way to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. The tour is timed so that you are able to view the incredible precision of the Changing of the Guards ceremony. Afterwards, follow the guide to the former home of General Robert E. Lee.

When the tour ends 2 hours later, pay respects in solitude, or take a walk across the Arlington Memorial Bridge back to the National Mall.

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1 - 5 of 15 reviews

Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
The Price of Freedom

Our first day in DC and we booked this tour for 3PM. Met our guide Liam at the gate and proceeded through security and into the cemetery. We were given an in depth tour where we were able to get details regarding various service men...More

1  Thank Kathy S
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Emotionally Charged

this ceremony is a must see when in Washington DC..they also did the changing of the wreath afterward...this was emotionally charged when the soldier started playing taps....

Thank pam h
Reviewed 10 June 2018 via mobile
Liam is the BEST!

As the last day of our week long trip, we had this WALKING tour scheduled. Liam was so informative and so patient with our son who asked tons of questions! Even used them as points to share with the group. We had the perfect spot...More

Thank stanleyx32002
Reviewed 1 June 2018
DO NOT book this tour! They will cancel and not notify you!!

We had a tour booked for May 23rd for the Guided Walking Tour and we arrived and had to call the number on our reservation to find out that they didn't have a tour available for that day. How could I have booked it if...More

1  Thank Mary Jo Z
Reviewed 28 May 2018
Fabulous Tour

With Viator tours! We had a private tour and it was so informative a pure joy! Would do it again in a heart beat. So very happy we chose it...Wonderful!!!

Thank sterlingcarting
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Mattswedding
9 July 2018|
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Response from Kathy S | Reviewed this property |
I would say no as we did a lot of walking through the cemetery on the grass and not on the paved roads.
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Mattswedding
9 July 2018|
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Response from Craig C | Reviewed this property |
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Scoggin J
7 June 2018|
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Response from Karen5053 | Reviewed this property |
Most definitely yes. It was raining all the time when we went but this didn't hinder the trip at all as the route is all paved. Take a brolly and comfortable shoes as its quite hilly. Even in the rain it seemed far better... More
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