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The annual Wreaths Across America event will be held at Arlington National Cemetery on Saturday, December 17. Click below for important information.
On Sunday, December 11, from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m., we invite family pass holders to Arlington National Cemetery for Wreaths Across America Family Pass Holder Day.
More than 400 Medal of Honor recipients are buried at ANC. Our three walking tours highlight a selection of their stories, for a visit to the cemetery or for virtual learning.
Several roads in the cemetery, as well as the Marshall Shelter at the columbarium, are closed for necessary construction. Click below for more information and a map.
Our new education module highlights the diverse experiences of those who fought abroad or worked on the homefront during WWII.
Visiting with children or a school group? Explore our Education Program materials, which include lesson plans, walking tours, activities for children and much more.
Our richly illustrated commemorative guide tells the story of the Tomb's creation, history and significance.
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Discover the diverse history of the United States through the unique lens of Arlington National Cemetery. Modules feature topics ranging from United States military history to African American history to the environment. These materials aim to:
Use these materials for classroom lessons (K-12),
for self-guided walking tours of the cemetery, or simply to learn more about
ANC’s history and the remarkable individuals buried here.
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