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Through May 21, the Tomb plaza will be closed for preservation. Visitors will still be able to see the changing of the guard ceremony.
Arlington National Cemetery announces the Department of Defense’s Tomb of the Unknown Soldier centennial commemoration.
A one-stop resource for official news and information regarding the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier centennial commemoration.
As part of ANC's gradual reopening under improved COVID-19 conditions, tour buses and tour groups are now permitted at the cemetery.
We are pleased to announce a limited public reopening of the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
Magnolias, cherry trees and more are now in bloom at the cemetery.
In our Medal of Honor Day educational video, Gen. Mark Milley, Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Robert Foley and Vice Air Marshall Mick Smeath explain the history of the Congressional Medal of Honor and its connections to the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
The Arlington Cemetery Metro station is closed until mid-May. A shuttle between Rosslyn and Pentagon will stop at the cemetery. Click below for a map.
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.
McPherson Drive is now closed for construction. Click below for more information and a map.
Tram tours at Arlington National Cemetery have resumed, with enhanced health protection procedures.
Arlington National Cemetery is now open to the public daily from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
ANC has more Spanish-American War memorials and gravesites than any other place in the United States. See why – and learn about the history and legacy of this war.
Arlington National Cemetery requires 100% ID checks at all entrances.
Funeral attendance has been increased to 100 or fewer individuals at gravesite.
Join us as we celebrate the 100th anniversary of the dedication of Memorial Amphitheater.
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