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2.5-Hour U.S. Capitol Building and Capitol Hill Walking Tour

2.5-Hour U.S. Capitol Building and Capitol Hill Walking Tour - Washington, District of Columbia
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Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Washington, District of Columbia

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$35.00

Experience the US Capitol Building and Capitol Hill like never before on a one-of-a-kind small-group walking tour. With your guide, checkout one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Washington, DC, observe stunning architecture, and learn about American history ... More info ›

Experience the US Capitol Building and Capitol Hill like never before on a one-of-a-kind small-group walking tour. With your guide, checkout one of the most beautiful neighborhoods in Washington, DC, observe stunning architecture, and learn about American history. Benefit from reserved access to the US Capitol Building, enjoy a tour inside the Library of Congress, and be a part of the seat of power in the US.

Capitol Hill is one of the most storied and beautiful neighborhoods in Washington, DC. Begin your tour at the most visited site in the whole city, Union Station. From there, you'll take in all the monuments and memorials around Capitol Hill. You'll ascend Capitol Hill, visit the Supreme Court, and then walk inside the stunning Library of Congress Jefferson Building, which boasts some of the most beautiful architecture in the city. 

Later, you'll stroll across the street and visit the United States Capitol Visitor Center. With your tour, you'll get reserved access to the Capitol Building as well as a docent-led tour of the Capitol. Reserved Access can help you save hours in waiting time and will get your right in to the Capitol Building immediately after your neighborhood tour ends. 

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2-Day Grand Tour of Washington DC

2-Day Grand Tour of Washington DC - Washington D.C.
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Duration: 2 days
Location: Washington D.C.

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$135.00

See the most famous landmarks in Washington DC on this 2-day coach and tram tour. Visit top DC attractions including the White House Visitor Center, US Capitol, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, and enjoy in-depth visits to Arlington National Cemetery and Mount Vernon ... More info ›

See the most famous landmarks in Washington DC on this 2-day coach and tram tour. Visit top DC attractions including the White House Visitor Center, US Capitol, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, and enjoy in-depth visits to Arlington National Cemetery and Mount Vernon. Then, take a tram ride to Arlington National Cemetery, and witness the Changing of the Guard ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. Throughout your tour, hear colorful anecdotes and fascinating trivia about Washington DC's many monuments and memorials from your knowledgeable guides.

Begin one day of your tour at Union Station; DC tour departs at 9:30am, Virginia tour departs at 11:30am. You may decide which tour to do first; you don't even have to take the tours on consecutive days.  Please note that tours operate Tuesday through Saturday only.  Tours do not need to be taken on consecutive days.

Arlington Cemetery and US Memorials

You will feel like a VIP as you are escorted around the city in a luxury motor coach. Our guides will enthrall you with colorful stories from the past and little known facts about all the monuments, statues, buildings and locations in and around DC, as well as answer any questions you might have.

Receive a guided tour of the U.S. Capitol Building and stop for a photo opportunity outside the White House. The White House Visitor Center will allow you to see and feel what the interior of the actual White House looks like, without interrupting President Trump's schedule. Experience the beauty and grandeur of the World War II Memorial.

Mount Vernon and Afternoon Tram Tour

At 11:30a, travel by coach from Union Station to George Washington's beloved plantation, Mount Vernon. Tour the mansion and the Donald W. Reynolds Museum and Education Center. You'll want to pay your respects to the soldiers, statesmen and other American heroes buried at Arlington National Cemetery. Visit the Tomb of the Unknowns and be moved as members of the U.S Third Infantry perform the Changing of the Guard ceremony. The lectured Tram ride through Arlington National Cemetery will also stop at the Kennedy Gravesite.

The Grand Tour would not be complete without visits to the Reflecting Pool, the Women in Military Service for America Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Memorial, and the Korean Memorial, and MORE!

Finish your day with another coach tour focusing on Washington DC memorials. Drive by the Pentagon and the Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima), Korean War Memorial and Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

The motorcoach departs Mount Vernon at 3:00pm.

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Abraham Lincoln's Washington Walking Tour

Abraham Lincoln's Washington Walking Tour - Washington, District of Columbia

Duration: 2 hours
Location: Washington, District of Columbia

From USD
$20.00

Take the two-hour Abraham Lincoln's Washington walking tour with Washington Walks and imagine the capitol city as Lincoln would have seen it. Learn about his life in D.C ... More info ›

Take the two-hour Abraham Lincoln's Washington walking tour with Washington Walks and imagine the capitol city as Lincoln would have seen it. Learn about his life in D.C. and the legacy that followed his assassination in 1865. 

As a young man, Abraham Lincoln “feared of achieving nothing that would make men remember him.” A single gunshot ensured that he would never be forgotten. He served as U.S. president during the Civil War, the bloodiest conflict to have occurred on American soil. Washington, D.C. was the crucible in which Lincoln’s momentous years in office were cast.

Although downtown adjacent to the White House has retained little of its Civil War-era character, if you know where to look, the events of Lincoln’s time in the city come to life, whether you are studying a 20th-century office building or a Victorian row house. The busy streets filled with Washingtonians going about their business and slow-moving, congested traffic are not that different today than they would have been in the 1860s, when the president himself made his way–except that 21st-century Washingtonians benefit from sidewalks to upon which to tread and paved thoroughfares on which to drive. In Lincoln’s day it would have been a muddy slog. However you make your way, the climax of the Lincoln’s Washington story was tragic: he was the first American leader to be assassinated.

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Adams Morgan Food Tour

Adams Morgan Food Tour - Washington, District of Columbia

Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes
Location: Washington, District of Columbia

From USD
$62.00

Adams Morgan has been known for its diversity and ethnicity for most of the 20th century.

Adams Morgan has been known for its diversity and ethnicity for most of the 20th century. The turn-of-the-century neighborhood has retained its historic charm while becoming the district's destination for both eclectic cuisine and nightlife.


A gateway for immigrants since the 1960's, the Adams Morgan neighborhood continues to be a home for people of many ethnicities, cultures, races, and religions ... More info ›

Adams Morgan has been known for its diversity and ethnicity for most of the 20th century.

Adams Morgan has been known for its diversity and ethnicity for most of the 20th century. The turn-of-the-century neighborhood has retained its historic charm while becoming the district's destination for both eclectic cuisine and nightlife.


A gateway for immigrants since the 1960's, the Adams Morgan neighborhood continues to be a home for people of many ethnicities, cultures, races, and religions. The diversity can be seen through its numerous restaurants that include Guatemalan, Nepalese, Dutch, Vietnamese, Ghanaian, Brazilian, Peruvian, Israeli, and Eritrean.
On the Adams Morgan Food Tour, we will visit a variety of ethnic restaurants, enjoying specialties from around the world.


Take a journey through the historic and culturally diverse neighborhood to enjoy a variety of foods along the way. Dishes may include the following:


•Hand made, fresh baked empanadas

•Mediterranean favorites like hummus, babaganouj, with fresh made pita.

•Traditional peruvian dishes like Lomo Saltado

•Dessert and Coffee from an award winning bakery


This 3.5 hour neighborhood Food Tour features some of the best this area has to offer while telling the story of how a community lead by example and came together to embrace their diversity.

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Admission to Washington DC Newseum

Admission to Washington DC Newseum - Washington D.C., District of Columbia
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Duration: Varies
Location: Washington D.C., District of Columbia

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$24.27

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.

Immerse yourself in the world’s greatest news stories at the Newseum in Washington DC ... More info ›

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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.

Immerse yourself in the world’s greatest news stories at the Newseum in Washington DC. Try your hand as a photojournalist or reporter in the NBC interactive newsroom, where you can record your own newscast complete with cameras and teleprompters! Test your knowledge of current events at dozens of touch-screen game stations and interactive exhibits.
Stand in the shadow of eight original sections of the Berlin Wall or climb inside a 3-story East German guard tower. See original newspaper front pages showcasing some of the most famous headlines in history, from the 1500s through today. And don't miss a great view of the US Capitol and Pennsylvania Avenue -- ‘America’s Main Street.’
The Newseum offers visitors a fun and interactive way to learn about how and why news is made. With exhibits spanning seven levels, there is something for people of all ages! To learn more about the fascinating permanent exhibits on display, see the Itinerary section below.

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African-American History City Tour with Reserved Museum Entry

African-American History City Tour with Reserved Museum Entry - Washington, District of Columbia
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Duration: 4 hours
Location: Washington, District of Columbia

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$89.00

Washington, D.C. has been a center of African-American history and culture since the creation of this “Federal District.” Visit the sites rooted in our nation’s history thanks to the contributions of freed and enslaved African-Americans ... More info ›

Washington, D.C. has been a center of African-American history and culture since the creation of this “Federal District.” Visit the sites rooted in our nation’s history thanks to the contributions of freed and enslaved African-Americans. Stand where Civil Rights heroes and icons have stood and changed the history of our great Nation! Complete this experience with reserved entry into the National Museum of African American History and Culture.

This tour explores the rich and often untold history of African-Americans in our Nation’s Capitol. Ever since the 17th century, when African-Americans were first brought to the North American colony of Jamestown, Virginia, they have contributed to the creation and flourishing of our Nation’s Capital. This tour highlights several historically significant African-American areas, starting with a drive to Cedar Hill in the historic community of Anacostia. The community was once home to the famous freed slave and abolitionist Fredrick Douglass, a renowned civil rights activist, lawyer and writer.

After taking a glimpse into the past at Anacostia, visit Howard University, one of the oldest black universities in the United States. On the way to Howard University you will drive by Lincoln Park to visit the statue of educator, activist and founder of the National Council of Negro Women, Mary McLeod Bethune.

Following the visit to the beautiful Howard University campus, pass through LeDriot Park, Shaw Neighborhood and historic “U” Street. These areas of D.C. showcase the vibrant and unique local culture that still thrives in these neighborhoods. Home to the largest urban African-American community in the United States in the early 1900s, the areas were known for launching their own “Black Broadway,” a home to entertainment legends from past and present.

Continue your trip by journeying into downtown D.C. to visit site of the national headquarters of the National Council of Negro Women, Freedom Plaza on Pennsylvania Avenue, and the M.L.K. Memorial. As the trip heads downtown, you will also enter Logan Circle where you can see the historic Metropolitan AME Church and the Mary McLeod Bethune Council House.

Finally, you will stand where civil rights heroes and icons stood and changed the history of our great Nation at the temple-like Lincoln Memorial. The Memorial's views across "the Mall," as well as its metaphorical view into our past, provides a glimpse into the rich and intricate pattern that African Americans have brought to the "tapestry" of American history. The tour concludes with reserved entry into the National Museum of African American History and Culture. 

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