Military Tours of the National Capital Region

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 Private Arlington Cemetery Tour

Experience the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns at Arlington Cemetery

Arlington Cemetery is our favorite venue to share with our clients. It is a safe outdoor experience. We can make a visit to a friend or a loved one on our Private Arlington Cemetery Tour. We will begin the day with pickup by luxury SUV at your hotel.

The highlight of a visit to Washington is the observation of the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns. After observing the change, we will visit the National Amphitheater to reflect on the history and heritage of the Guard.

The renovated Custis-Lee Mansion is a special historic treat! We will have an opportunity to explore the inside of the mansion house. From the mansion steps, there’s the most spectacular natural view of Washington City. Afterwards, Mrs. Lee’s flower garden is a lovely spot to stop.

We will visit the resting place of President John F. Kennedy and Jacqueline Kennedy. Steps away from President Kennedy, we will remember past American icons at Supreme Court Hill, where former Justices are traditionally laid to rest.

If desired, the onsite trolley can be accessed for an additional small fee. Book this uniquely American experience today!

Discover Arlington Cemetery

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Discover Arlington Cemetery

Fun Fact!: Out of all 24 presidents that have served in the military, George Washington was the highest-ranking member of the armed forces, having been posthumously promoted to General of the Armies of the United States in 1976. Next in seniority is General of the Armies, John J. “Blackjack” Pershing, who is buried at Arlington.

Another Fun Fact!: More than ten years after General Lee’s death, the Supreme Court ruled that the U.S. government had seized his wife’s estate without due process and ordered it returned to the family in the same condition as when it was confiscated. This ruling could have resulted in the exhumation of all of Arlington’s dead. Instead, Lee’s son sold the property to the United States for $150,000 in 1883.

Another Fun Fact!: President William Howard Taft is also buried at Arlington. As the only man to serve as both President and Chief Justice he’s the only man to both take and give the Oath of President of the United States.