In the capital city of the United States of America, Washington, D.C., museums highlight history, nature, art and space, monuments commemorate amazing people, difficulties and atrocities, and visitors are welcome to experience, see and feel it all.
An experienced tour director will guide your group through some of the city’s famous spots, historical structures and favorite attractions.
Visit Arlington cemetery where more than 400,000 fallen soldiers have been laid to rest. See the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the changing of the guards who watch over them.
Make a stop at Ford theatre, the site of the assassination of President Abraham Lincoln and home to many brilliant stage performances.
Take in history, nature, art and atrocities at the Museums of Natural History, American History, Air and Space Museum, American Indian Museum, Holocaust Museum, and the National Art Gallery.
Take some time to relax and have a little fun with a popular movie and an evening of bowling.
Make a visit to the official residence and work place of the president of the United States; the White House and see where decisions that affect us all are discussed and negotiated.
Take a walk down memory lane as your group visits the Lincoln memorial, the Jefferson memorial, and the FDR memorial, created to honor some of America’s finest presidents.
Pass your fingers over the names of fallen heroes at the monuments of World War II, the Korean War, and the Vietnam War.
Your stay at an outstanding hotel close to all the action includes night security for that extra piece of mind. Experience great food and fine dining for your breakfasts and two dinners at some of Washington’s finest restaurants.
As you wrap up your trip to Washington, D.C. you will be left with memories and wisdom of a great city and abundant history.
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