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I wasn’t sure what to expect before arriving, however most travelers said it was worth the visit. I wouldn’t go out of my way to visit this site, and it wasn’t the reason for me to visit the Arlington National Cemetery. I spent less than...More
Having just visited the JFK museum in Boston this was more meaningful than on my last visit. If you collect a map on your way in to the cemetery you can locate it quickly - it is actually quite close to the main entrance, which...More
The grave site is unique as was our President Kennedy. Those who designed this memorial knew the power and elegance of his speech now engraved in stone. These words bring life to this touching memorial. It is worth seeking it out at your visit.
The John F Kennedy grave site is one of the six specific stops on the Hop-On/Hop-Off trams that travel through the Arlington national Cemetery.
JFK is buried with the eternal flame located a few feet away from his grave marker.
Jacqueline is also...More
We were actually surprised to find that Jackie was buried with him. The eternal flame was beautiful and brought an air of reverence to the spot. If you walk just a little further down, you can see Robert and Edward’s grave as well.
It is a 10-15 minute walk to President Kennedy's gravesite, but it well worth it. Seeing the gravesites of family members there as well is very impressive and moving. Great way to honor a great president.
Depending on where you are staying you can take a cab or other means of public transportation. There is a shuttle that you can get tickets right at the main entrance. It is a HOHO set up and they provide more than enough... More
Depending on where you are staying you can take a cab or other means of public transportation. There is a shuttle that you can get tickets right at the main entrance. It is a HOHO set up and they provide more than enough time to get off and roam. Changing of the guard is something you do not want to miss