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Arlington National Cemetery Guided Walking Tour

From US$30.00
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
From US$30.00
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8 am Tour
2 hour tour of Arlington Cemetery starting at 8:00 am
From US$30.00
3 pm tour
2 hour tour of Arlington Cemetery starting at 3:00 pm
From US$30.00
12 pm Tour
2 hour tour of Arlington Cemetery starting at 12 pm
From US$30.00
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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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile
Great tour!!!

Liam was our tour guide and he was amazing ! We only had 6 people in our group so it felt very much like a personal tour. He doesn’t walk too fast, and takes you to all the important areas within the huge cemetery while...More

Thank Jamie O
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Cousins Trip

Liam was outstanding! We were a small group and he moved at our pace. His knowledge is incomparable! He had us where we needed to be when we needed to be without rushing us. It was great walking and talking with him. Would truly recommend...More

1  Thank Golf55
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile
Perfect day. Perfect timing

We met Anne Marie at the gate outside Arlington at 8:00 sharp. She gave us complete comprehensive instructions even before by calling us on the cell phone to let us know that security wouldn’t let us in until 8:00 am. Since we were one of...More

Thank Erik H
Reviewed 9 April 2018
arlington

Liam is awesome. knows his history. it's exactly what you want for 2 hours. he hits all the good spots and stays away from the crowds. keep a 14 yo and 12 yo interested. he sets you up so close to the changing of the...More

Thank Craig C
Reviewed 9 April 2018
best tour ever

This tour was the best way you can see Arlington & the changing of the guard. It was a private tour & the guide [ Ann Marie] was excellent. She took us to all the important sites & made sure we had the best view...More

Thank 25joeyd1
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bixby012
17 May 2018|
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Response from Jamie O | Reviewed this property |
It’s not their gravesite it’s their memorial :) hope this helps
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mindyphilgianna
9 May 2018|
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Response from Craig C | Reviewed this property |
Uber is the best way
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