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Tours at the United States Military Academy (West Point) and at the United States Naval Academy (Annapolis)?
I want to visit both of these fine service academies, and I've looked at their touring pages, but it confuses me a little bit. Am I supposed to make some sort of a reservation by calling them before I go, or do I simply have to walk into their open visitor's centers and make a reservation for a tour for that day? I would really appreciate any answers that may help me. Thank you!
P.S. - There are 4 people touring total, including me
- MoeSzysLv 49 years agoFavorite Answer
You can do either. Their tours are fairly structured, so you really need to do their tour. I would say call ahead, if you're going to travel all the way there you want to make double sure that you can have a chance to tour.
Check out the Coast Guard Academy too, it's a beautiful campus in New London, Connecticut. It's not too far from West Point
- Anonymous4 years ago
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- TomLv 79 years ago
One hour tour: first come first served; advanced reservations only available for groups of ten or more.
Two hour tours: first come first served; advanced reservations available, no limit on size of group required to book advanced reservations.
Public Tours, no reservations available:
Group Tours, need sixteen or more people in group to book a reservation:
- MrsjvbLv 79 years ago
you must make arrangements ahead of time. you cannot just walk up and get a tour.