Visit the graves of service members, military commanders, and American leaders on a small-group walking tour of Arlington National Cemetery. Pay your respects to President John F. Kennedy and General Sheridan, and see memorials to lost space shuttles, unknown soldiers, the U.S.S. Maine, and Robert E. Lee.
Make your own way to Arlington National Cemetery, where you’ll meet a guide and group for this small-group tour, limited to eight people for a more personal experience of the site.
Walk between the gravestones of the more than 400,000 service members and their families in Arlington, and learn the stories behind the cemetery’s most famous tombs. See the final resting place of President John F. Kennedy and visit the graves of General William Sheridan, the renowned boxer Joe Louis, an Audie Murphy, one of America's most decorated soldiers.
Visit the memorial to the space shuttles Columbia and Challenger, then see the mast of the U.S.S. Maine, which sank in the Havana Harbor during the Cuban revolt. If possible, you’ll have the chance to watch a Changing of the Guard ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Before leaving the cemetery, visit the Arlington home of Robert E. Lee, which eventually grew into the 624-acre (253-ha) site that’s still used today.
Throughout the tour of Arlington National Cemetery, the guide will share stories about the site’s history and traditions, for a unique glimpse of United States heritage. This tour concludes at Arlington National Cemetery.
Reviews by Viator travelers
Walking tour with Jennifer
, Apr 2019
Jennifer was amazing! So friendly, knowledgeable and a great communicator! We learned so much! She also went out of her way to help us find the grave of a special veteran who died during WW2. It was a wonderful, meaningful tour and we highly recommend Jennifer!
This walking tour with a very knowledgeable guide was well worth it or we would have roamed aimlessly. He got us to the changing of the guard with front row viewing at the Tomb of the Unknown soldier and we were honored enough to see two wreathe presentations. Thank you Gary! He then told us how to take the metro and move on to the Iwo Jima statue.