Washington What To Do Top 10 List

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There are plenty of activities available for your enjoyment in DC, whether you're wanting to tour the area monuments or see some of the Civil War memorials and gravestones. Take a sightseeing trip all over the nation's capital to gain new insight on the country.
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If you're looking for a complete tour of every major site and landmark in Washington DC, this will cover it. Begin your tour at the interesting Old Post Office and continue on to the famous U.S. Capitol Building. Later on, you can go to the Washington Monument, surrounded by other sites like the Lincoln Memorial.
Available 222 days between Now & Dec 31, 2015 View Schedule
Discover the fabulous area around our nation's capitol with this guided tour that takes you to such places as Union Station, U.S. Capitol, Supreme Court, and more. The bus stops at 17 different locations, and you can exit or enter at anyone of them with this pass. Examine up close all the intricate details marked on each monument.
Available 217 days between May 25, 2015 & Dec 31, 2015 View Schedule
Take stops at some of the best and most well-known memorials in the entire country with this great tour. Some of the landmarks of the trip include the World War II Memorial, U.S. Capitol building, and even the National Air and Space Museum. Discover the heart of USA patriotism and passion through this great tour.
Available 215 days between May 26, 2015 & Dec 30, 2015 View Schedule
With two and a half hours to explore, sightsee, and listen, this tour is perfect for the young and old. Wait until the sun sets to come aboard the trolley for sights like FDR Memorial, Vietnam Veteran's Memorial, the Korean War Veteran's Memorial, and more. At night, the monuments will light up the sky.
Available 219 days between Now & Dec 31, 2015 View Schedule
The infamous Gettysburg battle is perfectly relived in this informative 10 hour tour that gives visitors a taste of what the Civil War must have been like. You'll be able to see interesting places like Cemetery Ridge, Home of George Washington Shriver, the historical Town of Gettysburg, and much more.
Available 46 days between May 25, 2015 & Sep 7, 2015 View Schedule
This interactive museum allows you to do the things you've always secretly wanted to. Participate in a wild west shootout or handle the tight turns on a high-speed chase. Check out the authentic lie detector, electric chair, jail cell and booking station in this fascinating, interactive museum.
Available 296 days between Now & Mar 16, 2016 View Schedule
A different kind of tour experience awaits you on the DC Ducks tour. You'll climb into an "amphibious" vehicle and take to the sights by land and sea, starting the tour by driving around the area and hearing about locations like Union Station, the National Mall, and other historical sights. Then your vehicle will transform into a boat, and you'll float along the Potomac River for an exciting tour of the area that you don't want to miss!
Available 161 days between Now & Oct 31, 2015 View Schedule
The tour name certainly speaks for itself on this interesting excursion that transports you from one monument to another after the sun goes down. Every DC landmark in the city will light up, from the Lincoln Memorial to the Washington Monument. Start your tour off with a visit to the Old Post Office and make a circular route, ending up at the same area.
Available 206 days between Now & Dec 15, 2015 View Schedule
Top off your DC excursion with visits to places like Union Station, National Museum of Natural History, Capitol Building, and more. Your tour is composed of approximately 25 different stops for you to enter and exit, so you can take as long as you like at any point. The open-air buses make it easy to see in every direction.
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National monuments and historical monuments are all well and good, but sometimes what you really need is a good roller coaster, and there isn't any better place in Washington DC to get that than Six Flags America. With an endless assortment of fun rides, good food and exciting shops, it's easy to see why Six Flags is so popular!
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