Brucker Hall is located across the street from the Old Post Chapel and next to the JBMHH Headquarters Building at the intersection of McNair Road and Gorgas Street. A large public parking lot is located directly across the street.
The Fort Myer Old Post Chapel is located across from Brucker Hall, adjacent to the Arlington National Cemetery Gate, near the intersection of McNair Road and Lee Avenue.
The Fort Myer Memorial Chapel is located across from the Fort Myer Post Exchange on McNair Road.
Fort Myer is centrally located in Arlington, Virginia, adjacent to Arlington National Cemetery, and near the Pentagon Reservation. It is easily accessible from I-395, I-66, and the George Washington Memorial Parkway.
The best option for visitors to Fort Myer and Brucker Hall is to enter through the Hatfield Gate (open 24 hours), located at 2nd Street South and Washington Boulevard. For the most up-to-date directions and gate hour information, please visit the Joint Base Myer Henderson Hall website.
See this map for directions on group drop-off and bus parking. Tri-Service Parking Lot Bus Parking
A valid drivers license (or official Department of Defense (“DoD”) photo ID) is required to gain access to Fort Myer.
If an individual in the vehicle does not have the proper identification documents, (i.e., family member not old enough for an ID card, someone forgot a form of ID, etc.) the individual can be sponsored by a DoD cardholder in the vehicle or from the sponsoring activity. Juveniles age 16 or older must have a valid identification to enter the installation. The desk Sergeant may be contacted and may grant access, but any variations from this procedure will require a memorandum to the Chief of Police outlining the names, addresses, and reasons for violation of this procedure. Records of violations of this procedure will be kept and forwarded to the Director of Emergency Services and the Garrison Commander on a monthly basis.
For person(s) who do not have a drivers license, all states in the area will provide a valid identification with picture commonly refered to as a “walkers identification.”
Note: In the National Capital Region there are dozens of security badges. Security badges are designed for an individual to gain access into a building not an installation. Installations will not accept security badges as a sole identification document. The security badge must be used in conjunction with another form of identification. With the exception of a photo and person’s name, security badges lack sufficient data to identify the bearer. Also, security badges are not linked to a central database that can be cross-referenced by law enforcement.