Arlington National Cemetery Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley Tour

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Experience Highlights

Learn about a poignant episode in American history by taking this approximately 30-minute, professionally-guided tram tour of Arlington National Cemetery.

You'll visit at your own pace, with free stops at all stations, this quiet, leafy national military cemetery dedicated especially to burying members of the military. Inside you will discover iconic sites such as the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the grave of President John F. Kennedy, commemorated with the "Eternal Flame" monument.

  • Discover the incredible history of Arlington National Cemetery with a private guide.
  • Tour the memorials on a sightseeing tram with free stops
  • Visit the iconic Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the tomb of President John F. Kennedy.

What’s included

  • Sightseeing tram tour of Arlington National Cemetery
  • Free stops
  • Professional guide with historical expertise

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Step by Step

This Arlington National Cemetery tram tour will take you on a historical journey through the military culture of the United States, visiting the graves of soldiers who participated in wars and armed conflicts since the 19th century, buried in this space.

As you board the vehicle, you will learn about the history of the site from a professional guide in an exploration of approximately 30 minutes. You will be able to make free stops at the various memorial stations in the cemetery, including the following:

  • President John F. Kennedy's Tomb: President Kennedy's remains are interred in this cemetery. In his honour, the Eternal Flame monument was created.
  • Arboretum and Horticulture Memorial: amidst towering trees, ornamental plants and rolling green hills, this memorial pays tribute to the fallen soldiers of various wars.
  • Tomb of the Unknown Soldier: in 2021 this monument, the most iconic in the cemetery, turned 100 years old. It is the grave of an unidentified soldier from the First World War.

In addition, you will pass the grand Women in Military Service for America Memorial, a beautiful hemicycle dedicated to the women who served in the United States armed forces.


· 576 Reviews
  • M
    (0 Reviews)
    The stories narrated by the guide were all very interesting, I even felt like staying an extra time chatting with him alone about some historical events in the United States. The cemetery is much bigger than I expected. A recommendable tour, although the price seems a bit high to me.
  • S
    (0 Reviews)
    Good tour.
  • K
    (0 Reviews)
    A cemetery with a great history behind it. It is worth to visit it, it is a place that imposes a lot.
  • A
    (0 Reviews)
    An experience that gave me a lot of food for thought.
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