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Fort Myer

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Arlington Blvd., Arlington, VA 22211
+1 703-696-3944
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US Army and Pentagon Tour in Washington DC
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An important post of the Army's Signal Corps since the Civil War, Fort Myer is home to the Army Chief of Staff and the Army's oldest active infantry regiment and was the site of the first military test flight.
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  • Average10%
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Arlington Blvd., Arlington, VA 22211
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Reviewed August 1, 2016

Recently attended a wedding here at the Old Post Chapel. Security was tight, we had to give ID info with the wedding response and all ID's were checked before being granted admittance. Beautiful venue for a wedding. Groom was a marine which gave them access....More

Thank allisonsma
Reviewed July 24, 2016

While the fort is basically closed to the public, being an active military base, during the Summer they have a production called the Twilight Tattoo. Almost every Wednesday during the Summer there is a military show with lots of music, singers, troops from different eras,...More

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Reviewed July 11, 2016

Fort Myer remains an active US Army installation, thus only active duty, reservists, and retirees may access the base. The possible exceptions being for those attending military funerals being held at the base chapel. The final walk/funeral procession often starts from the base chapel and...More

1  Thank Traveler O
Reviewed June 27, 2016

Although some local groups have access, like a Fife and Drum Corps, and you can plan a funeral and a wake for a military relative here, most of this base are out of bounds for civilians. The base itself has a rather small Post Exchange,...More

Thank NavyJunior
Reviewed June 26, 2016

The history of the United States Army in one hour. Soldiers march out onto the field in uniforms of the great battles in United States history from the Revolution to the Middle East. Get there early as you do have to go thru a security...More

Thank Zman911
Reviewed June 24, 2016

Fort Myer is a wonderful installation that is rich in history. It is also an active military installation with Soldiers living and working here. As such, will require additional time and coordination if you would like access. Be prepared to be searched...and impressed by some...More

Thank majshanman
Reviewed June 14, 2016

Fort Myer is a Military installation very close to DC. I've been here for a funeral and a retirement ceremony.

Thank FoodGuyWineGuy
Reviewed April 27, 2016

For those with strong gung ho feelings. Fort Myer is a nice little stop Well, okay, not so small. It is a most historical Army base. Here there are more than just soldiers marching around. Here you will find Brucker Hall where the Army's finest...More

Thank Manay
Reviewed April 25, 2016

Pardon but I am a bit biased as I married a soldier who was serving here 3rd US Infantry Old Guard, Honor Guard. These men of the Old Guard are the the masters of ceremony- caisson to drill team. My husband of 30 years still...More

Thank BarelyThereArl
Reviewed April 16, 2016

It is squeaky clean and reflecting the solemnity of its mission from the moment you enter the gates. It honors our fallen!

Thank john4ns
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William C
I was in the old guard in 1960 co d i would like to visit the base how do i get on the base
January 16, 2017|
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Response from 1991KEB | Reviewed this property |
I was stationed there also in the 1980's. I just went to the gate, showed my military ID, and had no problem getting in. If you do not have an ID, just ask for a pass at the gate and they can issue you one for the day. I... More
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Carol G
I am holding a memorial luncheon at the Ft. Myers O club. What do I tell those attending the service at Arlington how to get on base. The guests will be both military and civilian.
September 5, 2015|
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Response from wildswanDelaware | Reviewed this property |
Carol, sorry for your loss... you mention Arlington service & a luncheon. I'm sure folks you're coordinating with at Arlington will give you necessary details to get on this historic (and secure) post. However, because of... More
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Weslie G
I visited this base a few years ago with a brother-in-law and we were able to tour the horse barns and visit with the 3rd Infantry. I was awed by your base. I am now bringing my own family to DC over spring break. My husband was on the Mpls PD color guard for 25 years and I KNOW he would love to take a tour. Do you allow civilians to take tours of your base?
January 11, 2015|
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Response from Msnick1954 |
Do you allow scout troops to stay overnight?
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