Things To Do
Visitors may self-guide through Arlington House using the free site brochure. In addition, your cell phone may be used to access a audio tour of the house, free of charge.
Junior Ranger activity books are available for children.
You can also explore the Arlington House grounds on your own. Take a walk through the flower garden or visit the slave quarters, where you will learn the story of the enslaved families who lived and worked at Arlington.
Did You Know?
Memorial Bridge was built in 1933 as a symbol of reunification after the Civil War. The bridge crosses the Potomac River, the boundary between North and South during the war. It connects Arlington House (the South) and the Lincoln Memorial (the north).