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Stop #17 the Portrait Gallery stop will be closed for the upcoming future due to major construction. Guest can walk three blocks west to 10th and E St NW which is stop #1, the Welcome Center to board the trolley. We apologize for any inconvenience and will notify when that stop opens.
Arlington Cemetery Tours will not operate on December 14, 2019 and January 11, 2020. Volunteers from Wreaths Across America will be placing wreaths on the grave sites here on December 14th and removing them on January 11th. The box office at the cemetery will be open on both those days for future tickets sales but no tour will be available.
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Eisenhower Executive Office Building

eisenhower executive office in Washington DC

When walking through the magnificent marble corridors in the Eisenhower Executive Office Building, keep in mind that you are walking the same hallways that were occupied by some of the world’s most prominent people. It’s considered by many to be one of the most beautiful buildings in Washington DC with its granite, slate and cast iron exterior attracting the attention of all who come to visit. Building the Eisenhower Executive Office Building took 17 years and was completed in 1888.

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It was originally constructed for the State, War and Navy Departments and today houses many offices for the White House Staff including the office of the Vice President.

An architectural masterpiece, visitors are awed by its imposing presence, grand rooms, massive wooden doors and dramatic interior details. It’s a place where government meetings that made history took place, including talks between our government and Japanese emissaries after the bombing of Pearl Harbor. An important, historic landmark in our nation’s capital, the Eisenhower Executive Office Building is a thrilling must see while visiting.

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