All buildings at Arlington House are free and open to the public. No tickets are required. Thank you for your patience as we manage capacity and distancing to ensure a safe visit for all.
Arlington House is located in Arlington National Cemetery. Please visit their website to learn more about current conditions and how to enter the cemetery.
Take a self-guided tour through the first floor of Arlington House. While passing through Robert E Lee’s office, the family parlors, and the center hall, you will view museum exhibits and period furniture and objects associated with Mr. and Mrs. Lee, George Washington, and George Washington Parke Custis.
Due to operations under COVID-19 no group tours are being allowed at this time.
No Ranger Programs at this time.
The Museum at Arlington House contains exhibits and artifacts about Robert E. Lee and his family. Included are original objects from the Lee and Custis families.
The two slave quarters are located on the North and South ends of Arlington House and help to tell the story of those enslaved at Arlington House.
Last updated: December 30, 2021