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Arlington National Cemetery

Free Admission
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Arlington National Cemetery serves as a cemetery and a memorial to America's persons of national importance, including presidents, Supreme Court justices and countless military heroes. The Cemetery was established during the Civil War as a final resting place for Union soldiers on approximately 200 acres of Mary Custis Lee’s 1,100 acre Arlington estate. The property was expanded over the years to encompass more than 624 acres of burial grounds of more than 400,000 American servicemen.

Each year, more than four million people visit Arlington, attending graveside services and special ceremonies to pay tribute to veterans and historical figures.

08:00 - 19:00

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Contact details

  • Name: Arlington National Cemetery
  • Address: - 22211 - Arlington - États-Unis
  • Phone: (1) 877 - 907 8585


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