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Take a guided evening tour of Washington DC’s monuments and memorials -- majestic by day and spectacular when floodlit at night! See the Lincoln Memorial and more from the comfort of a state-of-the-art luxury 30-passenger coach, and discover why Washington DC is considered one of the world’s most beautiful cities at night.
Explore Washington DC’s top landmarks and monuments on a 3- or 6-hour tour by deluxe coach with full narration from an expert guide throughout the tour. Stop at the White House, Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, US Capitol Building, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, FDR Memorial, Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima Memorial) and more. On the 6-hour tour, see more than 30 sights with time to walk around about 12 of them with your guide, who shares the history and little-known facts about the nation’s capitol.
The Washington DC Capital Sites Bike Tour is a safe and enjoyable cycling trip of the most popular sights of Washington. Sites you will see include the Lincoln Memorial, White House, Supreme Court and the Capitol. This three-hour Washington DC Capital Sites Bike Tour combines history, interesting facts, and a love for the city with an easy bike ride.
See DC's historical monuments and landmarks up close and personal on a 3-hour bike tour with an informative guide. Cruise around the National Mall to see some of the most famous sights in Washington DC, and take breaks with your guide to walk around and explore attractions like the Lincoln Memorial. Our Monuments tour does cross streets but there is no street riding making it the perfect option for families and those who may not have ridden a bike in an urban environment.
Explore the famous landmarks, monuments, and neighborhoods of Washington, DC on this guided, this 3-4-hour sightseeing tour. Hop aboard a comfortable van and enjoy an educational and entertaining narrated history of the nation’s capital. See the White House and the United States Capitol, plus the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, the National Mall, and more. It’s a great way to see the DC region and its many attractions.
At the Newseum in Washington DC, immerse yourself in the culmination of five centuries of news history with up-to-date technology and hands-on exhibits. Explore seven levels of galleries, theaters, retail spaces and visitor services in a unique environment that takes you behind the scenes to see how and why news is made.