United States Army and Pentagon Tour
We deliver direct access to US Army sites just steps away from our SUV on the United States Army and Pentagon Tour. Army veterans and enthusiasts will experience a private tour with every possible convenience. Begin the day with a tour of the Pentagon.
Tour the Army forts of Washington, DC. Visit Fort McNair, site of the Industrial College of the Armed Forces. If desired, lunch will be served at either the Fort McNair or Fort Myer Officer’s Club. Explore Fort Myer the home of the “Old Guard” including a visit to the Horse and Caisson Unit for a Soldier docent led tour of their barn and horses. Next see Arlington Cemetery including the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns and President Kennedy’s Gravesite.
Fun Fact!: The National Weather Service originated at Fort Myer. In 1870, General Myer gave the National Weather Service its first name: The Division of Telegrams and Reports for the Benefit of Commerce.
Arrangements are recommended 65 days in advance in order to guarantee entry into The Pentagon during peak tourist season (Feb-Oct.) 45 days in advance otherwise. If entry in the Pentagon cannot be arranged, a stop at the Pentagon 9/11 Memorial can be made.