See the moving Changing of the Guards at the Tomb of the Unknowns on a guided walking tour of Arlington National Cemetery. You'll be perfectly placed for good views of the moving ceremony, then continue to some of the cemetery's most important grave sites and memorials, including places dedicated to John F. Kennedy, the USS Maine, Second World War soldier Audie Murphy, and more, learning the fascinating history of the cemetery as you walk.
Walking tour of Arlington National Cemetery
Watch the Changing of the Guard
Visit important grave sites from politicians to war heroes
See the former home of Robert E. Lee
Group size limited to 15 to ensure personal service
Liam was so knowledgeable. I'm so glad that we did a guided tour instead of just walking around on our own. Liam had so many interesting stories and set us up for a great viewing of the Changing of the Guard. We also lucked out that it was only the 4 of us in the group so Liam could answer all of our questions, including those from the younger kids in my family.
Very informative and interesting. Well worth it! Liam our tour guide was amazing. Got to see the changing of the guards at the tomb of the Unknown Soldier, JFK’s eternal flame, and several other points of interest. Highly recommend.
Our tour guide Liam was awesome! He is extremely knowledgeable and shows you places other tours will never go! If you want a memorable tour -- ask for Liam! He put us in the right spot to see the changing of the guards and shared his experiences with the group! Wear comfy shoes as we covered a lot of ground! Taking the Metro to and from DC was so easy as well!!! Lines once you arrive goes quickly!!! A must see when visiting DC!!! Thank you for the great experience!!!
Our tour guide was very informative. he took us to the best location to watch the changing of the guards at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. I felt like he gave us a little more behind the scenes information and my 12 year old enjoyed it very much. I would recommend this tour.
Very informative and knowledgeable tour. Tour guide was excellent (I believe his name was Liam, but he had no name tag and never introduced himself) . Everything else about tour was very good. We saw all the famous grave sites and were told interesting stories about each one. Also, the changing of the guard ceremony excellent to see.
An excellent 2 hour tour - our guide Liam was very knowledgeable, personable and answered all our questions. He shared many interesting facts which made the tour interesting. He paced the tour for the slowest walker so no one was left behind. He knew exactly the right spot for us to watch the changing of the guard, away from the main crowd - thanks Liam!