This program is sold out.
Please call us at (202) 633-3030 to get on the Wait List. Additional tickets may become available or additional sessions may be added.
Adams Memorial (Grief) by Augustus Saint-Gaudens, 1891
This tour is also available on:
If you are interested in Arlington National Cemetery, those tours are available on Oct. 15 at either 10 a.m. or 1 p.m.
This is the final resting place of such locally and nationally renowned figures as Alice Roosevelt Longworth; Alexander “Boss” Shepherd, second and last governor of the District; author Upton Sinclair; Evalyn Walsh McLean; and notable names in Washington commerce including banker Elisha F. Riggs, department store founder Julius Garfinkel, and brewer Christian Heurich. The cemetery is known for Augustus Saint-Gaudens and Stanford White's memorial marking the graves of Marian Hooper “Clover" Adams and her husband Henry Adams, featuring a statue often referred to as “Grief,” as well as other elaborate monuments.
Washington historian and guide Jeanne Fogle leads this historic cemetery tour.
The tour is approximately 2 hours long. No infants, children, or pets.
Tour meets at inside entrance gates to
cemetery at Webster St and Rock Creek
Church Rd NW. Parking available.