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ANC remains open only to family pass holders during the Memorial Day weekend. You must be in possession of a both a face covering and a valid family pass to enter. Access is for gravesite visitation only, no touring.
With their large pink petals, long bloom time and rich sweet fragrance, Memorial Day roses are a favorite of Arlington National Cemetery visitors and staff.
The sweetgum tree (Liquidambar styraciflua) may have a bit of a bad reputation, but our first president must have thought highly of it when he gave thirteen saplings of this North American native to Alexander Hamilton, his treasury secretary.