Arlington National Cemetery Tour for Small Groups

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Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes
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Experience Highlights

Visit and learn about the history of Arlington National Cemetery, where famous personalities such as President John F. Kennedy and his brother Robert are buried.

You will walk through the cemetery, in small groups of no more than eight people, a place dedicated essentially to honouring the memory of the soldiers who died in battle in different wars and who served the United States.

Accompanied by an expert guide, you will explore the most emblematic monuments of the site for approximately two and a half hours and witness a changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.

  • Walk through Arlington National Cemetery for approximately two and a half hours in small groups of up to eight people.
  • See the tomb of President John F. Kennedy and his brothers Robert and Ted.
  • Experience the unmissable changing of the guard of the 3rd US Infantry Regiment.

What’s included

  • Arlington National Cemetery Tour
  • Tour in small groups of maximum eight persons
  • Professional guide with historical expertise
  • Changing of the guard experience at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier

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Step by Step

This tour of Arlington National Cemetery is one of the best ways to explore many monuments and graves of historic American personalities in one visit.

You will have a reflective experience of approximately two and a half hours, walking through the cemetery in small groups of up to eight people, ensuring you get the best attention.

You will be accompanied by a professional guide, an expert in history, who will tell you the essential facts and details to understand the importance of this legendary space in American culture.

In addition to serving as the final resting place for the remains of the soldiers who served the United States, it has a number of priceless areas dedicated to honouring the memory of the soldiers.

You will have the opportunity to visit monuments such as the Eternal Flame of John F. Kennedy, where the 35th president of the United States is buried.

In the vicinity of this tomb are also those of his brothers, Edward "Ted" Kennedy and Robert F. Kennedy, as well as that of his wife, First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis.

Among the cemetery's most iconic sites, you'll gain access to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, where a World War I soldier was buried who, like many others, was never identified.

There you will also witness the famous changing of the guard of the 3rd US Infantry Regiment, which escorts the monument daily in one-hour shifts.

If you prefer to do the tour exclusively with your group, you can request the private tour option at the time of booking.

Reviews

4.3
· 249 Reviews
  • E
    Emily
    5
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    Excellent experience.
  • L
    Luke
    5
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    It was a good experience, I had some great surprises.
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    Ivan
    5
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    A historic cemetery that everyone should visit at some point. I found it to be a very interesting place with a lot of weight in the United States. A good experience.
  • R
    Rosario
    4
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    I learned a lot thanks to this semi-private tour. The guide was very helpful at all times, I was able to solve many doubts I had about the place. Highly recommended for everyone, although the price is a little high.
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