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Arlington History Museum reopens on July 4, 2021! A flag raising ceremony will begin at 1:00 and continue with speeches by: -- Matt de Ferranti: Chair of the Arlington County Board -- Patrick A. Hope: Delegate from the 47th District, Virginia General Assembly -- Cathy Bonneville Hicks: President, Arlington Historical Society -- Dr. Mark E. Benbow: Director, Arlington Historical Museum Inside the museum AHS will launch its newest exhibit on the many layers of history on Upton's Hill. Visitors can tour the museum and all of its local history exhibits from Native Americans to 9/11. Visitors will also get an opportunity to tour "behind-the-scenes" in the museum to learn more about what's next in AHS plans to preserve and improve the museum for all visitors. Outside the museum, we will have a Civil War encampment with reenactors who will show how Union soldiers lived in Arlington during the Civil War and how they prepared for future battles. Traditional Independence Day foods like hot dogs and apple pie will also be provided to celebrate this special occasion.
  • Start:July 04, 2021
  • End:July 04, 2021
  • Recurring
  • Where:1805 S Arlington Ridge Rd, 1805 South Arlington Ridge Road,, Arlington County, Virginia, United States, 22202
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  • Event Type: Other
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