Arlington National Cemetery

(703) 607-8000 | View Website

214 McNair Rd, Fort Myer, VA | Directions   22211

38.876452 -77.079713

Open Hours

April-Sept. 30 8am-7pm

October-March 8am-5pm

 
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Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

MOST SOMBER SITE IN D.C. – IF YOU DON'T GET VERY SOMBER AND FULL OF CHILLS IN THIS PLACE, THERE IS SOMETHING WRONG WITH YOU !! THIS IS THE FINAL RESTING PLACE OF MANY GREAT AMERICANS, THE GUARDS AT THE TOMB OF THR UNKOWNS IS UNBELIEVABLE !!!

Recommends
over a year ago

Visit the final resting place of American presidents and luminaries. – Overview
As the burial site of presidents, military figures and other national heroes, Arlington National Cemetery is the closest thing the United States has to a pantheon. Perched on a hillside on the Virginia side of the Potomac River, the site also provides a commanding view of Washington's landmarks and monuments.

The Experience
Among memorials too numerous to list are the gravesite of President John F. Kennedy, the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and a monument to the victims of the Space Shuttle Challenger. With its acres of white headstones--many belonging to casualties of military conflicts--the site is at once sobering and inspiring.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Arlington National Cemetery – I went there and it was such a touching and wonderful place! I recomend it to anyone...

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

An amazing experience! – Arlington was the most unbelievable site. The cemetery was not extremely busy but if you are looking for a more personal experience I recommend arriving there early in the morning to miss some of the crowds. A day trip. Visiting the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a must. I recommend walking around all of the tombstones and wandering off the path. I remember one in particular. They were two brothers who were buried next together. On their stones each of them had four engraved stars representing that they were four-star generals. They were among the thousands of heroes resting in peace there. If you do go to Arlington please respect that it is a cemetery and that many of us have family members resting there. It is not a place for your children to run around.

 

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