West Point Cemetery

Two Hour Cemetery Tour

West Point Cemetery
Our 2 hour tour includes all the sites you see on the one hour and 15 minute tour. The additional time includes a tour of the West Point Cemetery and Old Cadet Chapel, built in 1837. This tour delves into the lives and contributions of some of the US Military's and West Point's most notable figures laid to rest on this hallowed ground. Learn more about George Custer, Ed White II, George Goethals, David "Mickey" Marcus, Norman Schwarzkopf, Sylvanus Thayer, and many more.

​This tour requires moderate walking and visitors spend a​pproximately 1 hour and 20 minutes off the bus at the various stops, most of which is outdoors. Some pathways may be unpaved and the ground uneven. Please wear appropriate clothing and footwear. We encourage guests to bring water and take measures to protect themselves from the elements. This tour is seasonal. It is offered weekends only from April to May and daily from Memorial Day to October. In November, it is offered weekends only as well as Veterans Day and the Friday after Thanksgiving.​ While a rare occasion, this tour can be re-directed due to an unforeseen funeral or ceremony.​


Your online paid reservation confirms your seat. Tickets are issued on the day of upon check in with proper ID at our ticket booth in the Visitor's Center. Information regarding checking-in, and the type of ID required, are on the homepage of this website under Where to Start and on your emailed confirmation.

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Adults (12 and older)

Children (ages  2-11) 
Children (under 2)
no charge but must sit on a lap if a full bus

West Point Tours strives to accommodate all guests of all abilities. Contact our office if you have specific questions, or read more about our ADA information here.

NOTE:  US Military Security requires everyone 17 years old and above to bring government issued photo ID (such as a US Driver's License or passport)for admittance to the Academy grounds. Foreign Nationals should bring their passports.