Virtual Tour

See Arlington House as it appeared in 1861, when Robert E. Lee resigned his commission from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers after 32 years of honorable service.

Choose a room on the floorplans below to learn more about how the Lee family lived:

 

First Floor

 
Arlington House First Floor Floorplan North Slave Quarters Museum Exhibit Miss Judy's Quarters Portico Bath and Water Closet Outer Hall Pantry Inner Hall Dining Room Store Room White Parlor Hunting Hall Conservatory School Room Morning Room Family Parlor Guest Chamber Custis Bedchamber Center Hall Office and Studio Selina Gray's Quarters Summer Kitchen / George Clark's Quarters South Slave Quarters museum exhibit Smokehouse
 
 
Arlington House Second Floor Floorplan Small Chamber Lee Girls' Dressing Room Upper Hall Miss Mary's Chamber Lee Boys' Room Colonel and Mrs. Lee's Bedchamber Mrs. Lee's Dressing Room Lee Girls' BedchamberSmall Chamber Lee Girls' Dressing Room Upper Hall Miss Mary's Chamber Lee Boys' Room Colonel and Mrs. Lee's Bedchamber Mrs. Lee's Dressing Room Lee Girls' Bedchamber
 
 

Cellar

 
cellar Basement Hall Winter Kitchen Wine Cellar Dairy / Drywell
 

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Last updated: June 17, 2021

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Mailing Address:

Arlington House, The Robert E. Lee Memorial
700 George Washington Memorial Parkway
c/o Turkey Run Park

McLean , VA 22101

Phone:

703 235-1530

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