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Arlington, Virginia, just across the Potomac River from our nation's capital, has an unlimited number of sites to see and is full of historical genealogy research facilities.

Interesting places to visit

Iwo Jima Memorial Marine Corps War Memorial
The United States Marine Corps War Memorial represents this nation's gratitude to Marines and those who have fought beside them. While the statue depicts one of the most famous incidents of World War II, the memorial is dedicated to all Marines who have given their lives in defense of the United States since 1775.
700 George Washington Memorial Parkway
McLean, VA 22101
Arlington National Cemetery Arlington National Cemetery
The Army National Military Cemeteries, consisting of Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, Virginia and Soldiers’ and Airmen’s Home National Cemetery in Washington, D.C., are under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Army. The Secretary of the Army consolidated authorities and created the Executive Director position to effectively and efficiently develop, operate, manage and administer the program.
Entrance at Arlington Memorial Bridge
Arlington, VA

DAR Library DAR Library
Since its founding in 1896, the DAR Library has grown into a specialized collection of American genealogical and historical manuscripts and publications, as well as powerful on-site databases. The DAR Library collection contains over 225,000 books, 10,000 research files, thousands of manuscript items. Nearly 40,000 family histories and genealogies comprise a major portion of the book collection.
1776 D Street NW
Washington, D.C.
The National Archives The National Archives
We hold permanent records created by the U.S. Congress, U.S. Supreme Court, Federal District Courts in the District of Columbia, and Select Federal Agencies. We also house pre-World War I military service records for U.S. Army and Confederate veterans and Pre-1940 vessel and station log books for the U.S. Navy.
700 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW
Washington, DC 20408-0001
The Library of Congress The Library of Congress
The Library of Congress has one of the world's premier collections of U.S. and foreign genealogical and local historical publications. The Library's genealogy collection began as early as 1815 with the purchase of Thomas Jefferson's library.
101 Independence Ave. SE
Thomas Jefferson Building, LJ 100
Washington, D.C. 20540-4660
Smithsonian National Museum Of Natural History Smithsonian National Museum Of Natural History
Delve into the fascinating story of our planet, from its fiery beginnings through billions of years of transformation, and explore life on Earth through exhibitions and activities, collection objects and research that happens in the lab and in the field.
10th St NE & Constitution Ave NE
Washington, DC 20002
Thomas Jefferson Memorial Thomas Jefferson Memorial
Dedicated by President Franklin Delano Roosevelt on April 13, 1943, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial stands in a straight line with the White House. Architect John Russell Pope, influenced by Jefferson's taste in classical architecture, echoed the style seen in Jefferson's two most famous buildings - Monticello and the University of Virginia.
900 Ohio Drive SW
Washington , DC 20024
Lincoln Memorial Lincoln Memorial
"In this temple, as in the hearts of the people for whom he saved the Union, the memory of Abraham Lincoln is enshrined forever." Beneath these words, the 16th President of the United States sits immortalized in marble as an enduring symbol of unity, strength, and wisdom.
900 Ohio Drive SW
Washington , DC 20024
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