This half-day tour of Arlington National Cemetery and the monuments of Washington, D.C. highlights some of the nation's capital's top attractions. Witness the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns and visit the grave of John F Kennedy while you listen to informative commentary and get plenty of history and context from your expert guide.
This experience also includes a guided bus tour of the National Mall and stops at major landmarks like the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, White House, State Capitol building and more. This informative tour is the ideal way for first-time visitors to take in the sites and learn about the history, attractions and memorials that make Washington, DC a top destination for travelers from across the globe.
Arlington Cemetery and National Mall Monuments guided tour
See the changing of the guards at the Tomb of the Unknowns
Travel by bus to top landmarks and monuments along the National Mall
Gain insight and understanding from your knowledgeable guide
Perfect for families, history lovers and first-time visitors
Got to see the changing of the guard and the wreath laying ceremony. Quite impressive. May exist - would love just a focused tour of the cemetery by itself. Was a small group so could have really good question/answer session while there. Lots of walking but so worth it!
The tour itself was great. The only complaint would be that when we were to meet our guide at our starting point. we were put in with a group taking an eight hour tour, ours was a five hour tour. We weren't sure how that was going to turn out. The other complaint would be is that we were dropped off at a different location a few miles from where our scheduled drop off was to take place.
The tour of the Arlington Cemetery was great. On our way to the remainder of the tour the company called our tour guide and told him the remainder of the tour was canceled due to the women's march. The company refunded 110 for the part of the tour we didn't get to take so I felt like this was a fair compromise.