Arlington is perhaps best known for its National Cemetery, where the public can visit the graves of U.S. soldiers dating back to the Civil War. The town has lots more to offer than just its famous cemetery, though. Arlington is home to monuments honoring 9/11, the U.S. Marine Corps, the Air Force, and Women in Military Service, but it’s the small museums that really stand out. While Washington D.C. hosts massive monuments and spectacular museums like the Smithsonian, this town across the river offers many intimate, approachable attractions and U.S. historical sites.
Drug Enforcement Agency Museum
Did you know that the War on Drugs has its own museum? The DEA Museum is right across the parking lot from the Pentagon in a neighborhood loaded with hotels and other amenities. The museum houses lots of information and memorabilia related to both legal and illegal drug use and the law enforcement efforts