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The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier was dedicated on November 11, 1921 with the burial of an Unknown from World War I.
Our richly illustrated commemorative guide tells the story of the Tomb's creation, history and significance.
In honor of National Native American Heritage month, we highlight Chief Plenty Coups' role in the dedication of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Our blog post highlights one individual who played a key role in the WWI Unknown's 1921 burial ceremony: Army bugler Frank Witchey.
Several roads in the cemetery are closed for necessary construction. Safety is our main priority for our family pass holders and guests. Please click below for more information.
Lesson plans, student materials, walking tours and more explore the history and meanings of ANC's most iconic memorial, which turned 100 years old this November.
Timed tickets are now required. Pease click below to reserve your space.
Learn how to use the resources of ANC's new Education Program—and get an in-depth look at the "African American History at Arlington National Cemetery" module.
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