We did the tour and it was worth it. We really wanted to see the changing of the guards and we weren't disappointed. By doing the tour, we were able to save some walking because the place is huge.
About Arlington National Cemetery
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The size of the site and the number of gravesites is overwhelming, but it is truly a beautiful location. They have done a great job of creating a beautiful place where so many of our country's heroes have been laid to rest. I especially found...More
We had a short stay here due to time constraints so had a quick list of what we wanted to see. Some specific grave sites, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and changing of the guard. There is a lot of ground to cover at this...More
The visit was a somber one, even though I don't have any family buried here. I enjoyed watching the guard at the Tomb, and was surprised to see a military funeral procession that occurred just a short ways from the Tomb.
This week our family visited Arlington National Cemetery to visit the grave of our mother and mother in law. She is buried there. She was a military wife, and was buried there just 1 year ago. Arlington is s solemn place where the heroes of...More
Stopped in to visit my paternal grandparents gravesite. I had to stop at the information center to retrieve a temporary pass in order to drive up to their gravesite. The staff were very professional, and kind, which under the circumstances makes this sort of visit...More
Finally got the computer to print out location of gravesite. Waited for bus to take us and dropped us off at Row where grave was located. Took a bit of searching to find grave because numbering system is a bit weird. Have to call driver...More
Visiting these hallowed grounds brings forth many emotions. One is humbled as you ride the tram passed rows and rows of pure white grave markers. At the same time you feel a sense of pride as you honor those who laid down their lives for...More