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Booked this trip around the pentagon in April for a June visit. Told to arrive an hour before our allocated time, which we did, but this wasn't necessary as all we did was sit around for an hour & people arrived 15 minutes before allocated...More
This is a beautiful memorial to remember those from 9/11 at the pentagon and on the plane. Each bench represents a person that lost their life. It starts with the youngest to the oldest. Very moving and touching. A must see
You can schedule a tour online. Arrive via metro @ pentagon stop & pass through security. Tour takes about an hour & required walking over 1 mile. The corridors were lined with exhibits but couldn’t really be appreciated as we were walking too fast. The...More
Non US citizens are allowed to take the Pentagon tour, subject to security checks of course - apply in advance via their website. Our guide was great, a young naval officer, full of facts and information all delivered while she walked backwards facing the group....More
We were honor to be on a tour with our Taps family! All the guides were very respectful to our group! It was fun to watch the active duty soldier which was our tour guide to walk backwards! The pentagon has a lot of deep...More
After seeing so many times the movie No way out with Kevin Costner (the only movie filmed at Pentagon) I was really looking forward to see the inside of this building (the only one still allowed to visit if you are a foreigner as the...More
Crossing the Potomac from central Washington you’ll see this squat building on your right and from a distance it’s hard to get an understanding of just how large it is. Driving across the bridge planes fly low overhead to and from Reagan airport and you...More
We went here with our family, after giving them all of our personal info and getting approved. It is difficult to get to the physical entrance, unless you take the train. We ended up parking in a lot across the highway near the Pentagon Mall...More
No, there are no lockers. You can carry smaill purses (they will be searched on arrival) - details of prohibited items are on the tour page website. I notice the answer above states you cannot tour the building - this is... More
No, there are no lockers. You can carry smaill purses (they will be searched on arrival) - details of prohibited items are on the tour page website. I notice the answer above states you cannot tour the building - this is nonsense, you apply for a tour of the building through the Pentagon website.