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August 2015 Greater Washington DC Area Events

    On-Going August Events:
  • Monday, June 8 - Saturday, August 1
    Camp Days at Six Flags America
    Six Flags America hosts a festival called Camp Days each summer.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington,D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    DC in a Day Tour
    The DC in a Day Tour is a wonderful tour of Washington DC, and it will allow you and your family to view the numerous famous monuments and landmarks that the city has to offer, like the Smithsonian Museums.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Gettysburg Tour
    Explore the battlefield of Gettysburg, seeing where the soldiers fought and viewing a military diorama that is one of the most detailed in the country, including lights and sound effects.


  • Wednesday, August 5 - Wednesday, August 26
    Monticello - Thomas Jefferson Country Tour
    Guests oe this 11.5-hour tour explore the sights of Charlottesville including the University of Virginia before touring Monticello which Thomas Jefferson built and remodeled over a 40 year time span.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Johnson IMAX at the National Museum of Natural History
    Seeing any one of the beautiful films playing in the Johnson Imax Theater in the National Museum of Natural History creates an entertaining and visually stimulating way to learn about a variety of subjects pertaining to natural history.


  • Wednesday, August 5 - Sunday, August 30
    Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Hanover, MD
    Welcome to a Medieval Times and Tournament in Hanover, Md., where a meal eaten with your fingers awaits one, and an exciting show of Spanish medieval knights who joust on Spanish stallions for an exciting show.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Washington DC Trolley Narrated Hop On/Hop Off Trolley Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    DC Ducks
    DC Ducks is a wonderful tour that will allow you and your entire family experience Washington DC in a way that not many others have, by land and by sea, and the best part is you never have to transfer vehicles.


  • Tuesday, August 4 - Sunday, August 30
    Spirit of Mount Vernon - Mount Vernon Sightseeing Excursion Cruise
    Sail the Potomac River in style aboard The Spirit of Washington, and enjoy the refreshments while enjoying the sights on the way to Mount Vernon to enjoy a three hour tour before returning back to port.


  • Friday, August 7 - Sunday, August 30
    Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    After climbing on board the Spirit of Washington Lunch and Dinner Cruise, glide along the historic Potomac Rover and view breath taking sites like the National Harbor, Old Town Alexandria, the Capitol Dome, and the Washington Monument.


  • Thursday, August 6 - Sunday, August 30
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises offers you the choice between sightseeing in the morning or the afternoon, and the cruises include sightseeing as well as a meal and live entertainment while traveling along the Potomac River.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    DC It All! Tour
    When visiting Washington, DC, the DC It All! Tour is a great choice for you and your family, because it is a guided tour that will allow you to visit and see all of the great and wondrous places offered.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    DC The Lights! Tour
    The DC The Lights! Tour is a wonderful tour that you and your entire family can enjoy while visiting our nation's capital, and it will allow you to see the city's beauty once the lights come on and the moon comes out.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Washington DC Segway Tour
    You will need your camera to capture all of the National Monuments, the White House, the State Capitol, and the many wonderful Museums Washington DC has to offer when you take a Segway tour through out the city.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Crime Museum - History of Crime, Justice, & Forensic Sciences
    This museum is dedicated to educating the public about crime solving techniques. This self-guided tour usually takes up to four hours and is appropriate for all ages. Guests can bring non-flash cameras. The museum is handicap accessible.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    DC The Best! Tour
    The DC The Best! Tour is a tour that will allow you and your family to see a variety of the most popular sites within the city of Washington, DC, and the tour lasts around 3.5 hours in total.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Washington DC Capital City Bike Tour
    Washington DC Capital City Bike Tour provides private, public, informative, and educational tours to you and other visitors come and learn more about the history that makes Washington DC a great place to be.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Mount Vernon, Old Town Alexandria & Arlington Cemetery Tour
    Sight seeing with your own personal tour guide escorting you to every location explaining the history about each location is a must when visiting or going on a tour.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Nation's Capitol Sightseeing Tours
    This guided bus tour drives by and also stops at several important monuments, memorials, and buildings in Washington, D.C., including the Jefferson, MLK, and Lincoln Memorials, Smithsonian Institution, The White House, U.S. Capitol, Washington Monument, and several others.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Bi-Partisan Diplomatic Day Tour
    The Bi-Partisan Diplomatic Day Tour takes visitors aboard a motorcoach to see important buildings and memorials in Washington, D.C., including the National Archives, Navy and Korean Memorials, Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol Building, Washington Monument, WWII Memorial, and many more.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    BiPartisan Epic Evning Tour
    To see Washington on a Bi-Partisan tour would be a wonderful experience but to do it where you feel like you were the only one would be a once in a lifetime opportunity and now you will have the opportunity to feel that way.


  • Saturday, August 8 - Sunday, August 30
    Mangia DC Italian Food Tour
    Mangia in Italian translates to Eat! Enjoy! That is just what the Mangia DC Italian Food Tour is designed to be, a walking tour of food tastings that lasts nearly three hours long that will take you through out the city.


  • Monday, August 3 - Monday, August 31
    Newseum
    See some of the historic news events that have taken place in the United States and the rest of the world, some that have had major impacts on the government and the country.


September 2015 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Monday, September 7
    Labor Day in Washington, District of Columbia
    Labor Day in September may be a quiet one in many cities and towns across the union, but not in Washington DC.


  • On-Going September Events:
  • Saturday, September 26 - Sunday, November 1
    Fright Fest at Six Flags America
    Ghouls and Ghosts will haunt the park this October, chilling and thrilling in varying degrees of scare-tastic frights.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington,D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    DC in a Day Tour
    The DC in a Day Tour is a wonderful tour of Washington DC, and it will allow you and your family to view the numerous famous monuments and landmarks that the city has to offer, like the Smithsonian Museums.


  • Thursday, September 3 - Monday, September 7
    Gettysburg Tour
    Explore the battlefield of Gettysburg, seeing where the soldiers fought and viewing a military diorama that is one of the most detailed in the country, including lights and sound effects.


  • Wednesday, September 2 - Wednesday, September 30
    Monticello - Thomas Jefferson Country Tour
    Guests oe this 11.5-hour tour explore the sights of Charlottesville including the University of Virginia before touring Monticello which Thomas Jefferson built and remodeled over a 40 year time span.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Johnson IMAX at the National Museum of Natural History
    Seeing any one of the beautiful films playing in the Johnson Imax Theater in the National Museum of Natural History creates an entertaining and visually stimulating way to learn about a variety of subjects pertaining to natural history.


  • Friday, September 4 - Sunday, September 27
    Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Hanover, MD
    Welcome to a Medieval Times and Tournament in Hanover, Md., where a meal eaten with your fingers awaits one, and an exciting show of Spanish medieval knights who joust on Spanish stallions for an exciting show.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Washington DC Trolley Narrated Hop On/Hop Off Trolley Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    DC Ducks
    DC Ducks is a wonderful tour that will allow you and your entire family experience Washington DC in a way that not many others have, by land and by sea, and the best part is you never have to transfer vehicles.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Sunday, September 27
    Spirit of Mount Vernon - Mount Vernon Sightseeing Excursion Cruise
    Sail the Potomac River in style aboard The Spirit of Washington, and enjoy the refreshments while enjoying the sights on the way to Mount Vernon to enjoy a three hour tour before returning back to port.


  • Saturday, September 5 - Saturday, September 19
    Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    After climbing on board the Spirit of Washington Lunch and Dinner Cruise, glide along the historic Potomac Rover and view breath taking sites like the National Harbor, Old Town Alexandria, the Capitol Dome, and the Washington Monument.


  • Saturday, September 5 - Sunday, September 6
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises offers you the choice between sightseeing in the morning or the afternoon, and the cruises include sightseeing as well as a meal and live entertainment while traveling along the Potomac River.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    DC It All! Tour
    When visiting Washington, DC, the DC It All! Tour is a great choice for you and your family, because it is a guided tour that will allow you to visit and see all of the great and wondrous places offered.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    DC The Lights! Tour
    The DC The Lights! Tour is a wonderful tour that you and your entire family can enjoy while visiting our nation's capital, and it will allow you to see the city's beauty once the lights come on and the moon comes out.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Washington DC Segway Tour
    You will need your camera to capture all of the National Monuments, the White House, the State Capitol, and the many wonderful Museums Washington DC has to offer when you take a Segway tour through out the city.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Crime Museum - History of Crime, Justice, & Forensic Sciences
    This museum is dedicated to educating the public about crime solving techniques. This self-guided tour usually takes up to four hours and is appropriate for all ages. Guests can bring non-flash cameras. The museum is handicap accessible.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    DC The Best! Tour
    The DC The Best! Tour is a tour that will allow you and your family to see a variety of the most popular sites within the city of Washington, DC, and the tour lasts around 3.5 hours in total.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Washington DC Capital City Bike Tour
    Washington DC Capital City Bike Tour provides private, public, informative, and educational tours to you and other visitors come and learn more about the history that makes Washington DC a great place to be.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Mount Vernon, Old Town Alexandria & Arlington Cemetery Tour
    Sight seeing with your own personal tour guide escorting you to every location explaining the history about each location is a must when visiting or going on a tour.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Tuesday, September 22
    Nation's Capitol Sightseeing Tours
    This guided bus tour drives by and also stops at several important monuments, memorials, and buildings in Washington, D.C., including the Jefferson, MLK, and Lincoln Memorials, Smithsonian Institution, The White House, U.S. Capitol, Washington Monument, and several others.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Bi-Partisan Diplomatic Day Tour
    The Bi-Partisan Diplomatic Day Tour takes visitors aboard a motorcoach to see important buildings and memorials in Washington, D.C., including the National Archives, Navy and Korean Memorials, Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol Building, Washington Monument, WWII Memorial, and many more.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    BiPartisan Epic Evning Tour
    To see Washington on a Bi-Partisan tour would be a wonderful experience but to do it where you feel like you were the only one would be a once in a lifetime opportunity and now you will have the opportunity to feel that way.


  • Saturday, September 5 - Sunday, September 27
    Mangia DC Italian Food Tour
    Mangia in Italian translates to Eat! Enjoy! That is just what the Mangia DC Italian Food Tour is designed to be, a walking tour of food tastings that lasts nearly three hours long that will take you through out the city.


  • Tuesday, September 1 - Wednesday, September 30
    Newseum
    See some of the historic news events that have taken place in the United States and the rest of the world, some that have had major impacts on the government and the country.


November 2015 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Wednesday, November 11
    Veterans Day in Washington DC
    Honoring the brave On Veterans Day, the United States honors those men and women who bravely fought in wars throughout American History.


  • Thursday, November 26
    Thanksgiving Parades and Activities in Washington, DC
    Parades come to mind automatically during Thanksgiving, and Washington DC provides an exceptional time during this holiday including parades, events, tours, and local dining.


  • On-Going November Events:
  • Saturday, September 26 - Sunday, November 1
    Fright Fest at Six Flags America
    Ghouls and Ghosts will haunt the park this October, chilling and thrilling in varying degrees of scare-tastic frights.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington,D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    DC in a Day Tour
    The DC in a Day Tour is a wonderful tour of Washington DC, and it will allow you and your family to view the numerous famous monuments and landmarks that the city has to offer, like the Smithsonian Museums.


  • Wednesday, November 4
    Monticello - Thomas Jefferson Country Tour
    Guests oe this 11.5-hour tour explore the sights of Charlottesville including the University of Virginia before touring Monticello which Thomas Jefferson built and remodeled over a 40 year time span.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Johnson IMAX at the National Museum of Natural History
    Seeing any one of the beautiful films playing in the Johnson Imax Theater in the National Museum of Natural History creates an entertaining and visually stimulating way to learn about a variety of subjects pertaining to natural history.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Sunday, November 29
    Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Hanover, MD
    Welcome to a Medieval Times and Tournament in Hanover, Md., where a meal eaten with your fingers awaits one, and an exciting show of Spanish medieval knights who joust on Spanish stallions for an exciting show.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Washington DC Trolley Narrated Hop On/Hop Off Trolley Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Friday, November 20
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    After climbing on board the Spirit of Washington Lunch and Dinner Cruise, glide along the historic Potomac Rover and view breath taking sites like the National Harbor, Old Town Alexandria, the Capitol Dome, and the Washington Monument.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises offers you the choice between sightseeing in the morning or the afternoon, and the cruises include sightseeing as well as a meal and live entertainment while traveling along the Potomac River.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    DC It All! Tour
    When visiting Washington, DC, the DC It All! Tour is a great choice for you and your family, because it is a guided tour that will allow you to visit and see all of the great and wondrous places offered.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    DC The Lights! Tour
    The DC The Lights! Tour is a wonderful tour that you and your entire family can enjoy while visiting our nation's capital, and it will allow you to see the city's beauty once the lights come on and the moon comes out.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Friday, November 20
    Washington DC Segway Tour
    You will need your camera to capture all of the National Monuments, the White House, the State Capitol, and the many wonderful Museums Washington DC has to offer when you take a Segway tour through out the city.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Crime Museum - History of Crime, Justice, & Forensic Sciences
    This museum is dedicated to educating the public about crime solving techniques. This self-guided tour usually takes up to four hours and is appropriate for all ages. Guests can bring non-flash cameras. The museum is handicap accessible.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Washington DC Capital City Bike Tour
    Washington DC Capital City Bike Tour provides private, public, informative, and educational tours to you and other visitors come and learn more about the history that makes Washington DC a great place to be.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Nation's Capitol Sightseeing Tours
    This guided bus tour drives by and also stops at several important monuments, memorials, and buildings in Washington, D.C., including the Jefferson, MLK, and Lincoln Memorials, Smithsonian Institution, The White House, U.S. Capitol, Washington Monument, and several others.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Bi-Partisan Diplomatic Day Tour
    The Bi-Partisan Diplomatic Day Tour takes visitors aboard a motorcoach to see important buildings and memorials in Washington, D.C., including the National Archives, Navy and Korean Memorials, Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol Building, Washington Monument, WWII Memorial, and many more.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    BiPartisan Epic Evning Tour
    To see Washington on a Bi-Partisan tour would be a wonderful experience but to do it where you feel like you were the only one would be a once in a lifetime opportunity and now you will have the opportunity to feel that way.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Sunday, November 29
    Mangia DC Italian Food Tour
    Mangia in Italian translates to Eat! Enjoy! That is just what the Mangia DC Italian Food Tour is designed to be, a walking tour of food tastings that lasts nearly three hours long that will take you through out the city.


  • Sunday, November 1 - Monday, November 30
    Newseum
    See some of the historic news events that have taken place in the United States and the rest of the world, some that have had major impacts on the government and the country.


December 2015 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Friday, December 25
    Christmas in Washington DC
    Love is in the air, even in the city of politics!


  • On-Going December Events:
  • Thursday, December 31 - Friday, January 1
    New Year's Eve in Washington, DC
    New Year's Eve offers a large array of events and activities to choose from, whether it's a First Night celebration or a popular sports bar and grill.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Wednesday, December 30
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington,D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Wednesday, December 30
    DC in a Day Tour
    The DC in a Day Tour is a wonderful tour of Washington DC, and it will allow you and your family to view the numerous famous monuments and landmarks that the city has to offer, like the Smithsonian Museums.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Johnson IMAX at the National Museum of Natural History
    Seeing any one of the beautiful films playing in the Johnson Imax Theater in the National Museum of Natural History creates an entertaining and visually stimulating way to learn about a variety of subjects pertaining to natural history.


  • Friday, December 4 - Thursday, December 31
    Medieval Times Dinner & Tournament - Hanover, MD
    Welcome to a Medieval Times and Tournament in Hanover, Md., where a meal eaten with your fingers awaits one, and an exciting show of Spanish medieval knights who joust on Spanish stallions for an exciting show.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Washington DC Trolley Narrated Hop On/Hop Off Trolley Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Wednesday, December 30
    Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    After climbing on board the Spirit of Washington Lunch and Dinner Cruise, glide along the historic Potomac Rover and view breath taking sites like the National Harbor, Old Town Alexandria, the Capitol Dome, and the Washington Monument.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises offers you the choice between sightseeing in the morning or the afternoon, and the cruises include sightseeing as well as a meal and live entertainment while traveling along the Potomac River.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    DC It All! Tour
    When visiting Washington, DC, the DC It All! Tour is a great choice for you and your family, because it is a guided tour that will allow you to visit and see all of the great and wondrous places offered.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Tuesday, December 15
    DC The Lights! Tour
    The DC The Lights! Tour is a wonderful tour that you and your entire family can enjoy while visiting our nation's capital, and it will allow you to see the city's beauty once the lights come on and the moon comes out.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Washington DC Segway Tour
    You will need your camera to capture all of the National Monuments, the White House, the State Capitol, and the many wonderful Museums Washington DC has to offer when you take a Segway tour through out the city.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Crime Museum - History of Crime, Justice, & Forensic Sciences
    This museum is dedicated to educating the public about crime solving techniques. This self-guided tour usually takes up to four hours and is appropriate for all ages. Guests can bring non-flash cameras. The museum is handicap accessible.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Washington DC Capital City Bike Tour
    Washington DC Capital City Bike Tour provides private, public, informative, and educational tours to you and other visitors come and learn more about the history that makes Washington DC a great place to be.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Nation's Capitol Sightseeing Tours
    This guided bus tour drives by and also stops at several important monuments, memorials, and buildings in Washington, D.C., including the Jefferson, MLK, and Lincoln Memorials, Smithsonian Institution, The White House, U.S. Capitol, Washington Monument, and several others.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Bi-Partisan Diplomatic Day Tour
    The Bi-Partisan Diplomatic Day Tour takes visitors aboard a motorcoach to see important buildings and memorials in Washington, D.C., including the National Archives, Navy and Korean Memorials, Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol Building, Washington Monument, WWII Memorial, and many more.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    BiPartisan Epic Evning Tour
    To see Washington on a Bi-Partisan tour would be a wonderful experience but to do it where you feel like you were the only one would be a once in a lifetime opportunity and now you will have the opportunity to feel that way.


  • Saturday, December 5 - Sunday, December 27
    Mangia DC Italian Food Tour
    Mangia in Italian translates to Eat! Enjoy! That is just what the Mangia DC Italian Food Tour is designed to be, a walking tour of food tastings that lasts nearly three hours long that will take you through out the city.


  • Tuesday, December 1 - Thursday, December 31
    Newseum
    See some of the historic news events that have taken place in the United States and the rest of the world, some that have had major impacts on the government and the country.


January 2016 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Friday, January 1
    New Years Day in Washington DC
    If you really want to celebrate the New Year, do it right by attending New Years Day in Washington DC.


  • Friday, January 1 - Saturday, January 2
    'A Christmas Carol' at Ford's Theater in Washington, DC
    Join the historic Ford's Theater for an annual Washington DC tradition!


  • On-Going January Events:
  • Thursday, December 31 - Friday, January 1
    New Year's Eve in Washington, DC
    New Year's Eve offers a large array of events and activities to choose from, whether it's a First Night celebration or a popular sports bar and grill.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    Johnson IMAX at the National Museum of Natural History
    Seeing any one of the beautiful films playing in the Johnson Imax Theater in the National Museum of Natural History creates an entertaining and visually stimulating way to learn about a variety of subjects pertaining to natural history.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    After climbing on board the Spirit of Washington Lunch and Dinner Cruise, glide along the historic Potomac Rover and view breath taking sites like the National Harbor, Old Town Alexandria, the Capitol Dome, and the Washington Monument.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises offers you the choice between sightseeing in the morning or the afternoon, and the cruises include sightseeing as well as a meal and live entertainment while traveling along the Potomac River.


  • Friday, January 1 - Sunday, January 31
    Crime Museum - History of Crime, Justice, & Forensic Sciences
    This museum is dedicated to educating the public about crime solving techniques. This self-guided tour usually takes up to four hours and is appropriate for all ages. Guests can bring non-flash cameras. The museum is handicap accessible.


February 2016 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Sunday, February 14
    Valentine's Day in Washington D.C
    There are many romantic things to do in the DC area for you and your sweetie, including romantic activities and luxurious hotels to bathe your special someone in diamonds and pearls.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Johnson IMAX at the National Museum of Natural History
    Seeing any one of the beautiful films playing in the Johnson Imax Theater in the National Museum of Natural History creates an entertaining and visually stimulating way to learn about a variety of subjects pertaining to natural history.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    After climbing on board the Spirit of Washington Lunch and Dinner Cruise, glide along the historic Potomac Rover and view breath taking sites like the National Harbor, Old Town Alexandria, the Capitol Dome, and the Washington Monument.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises offers you the choice between sightseeing in the morning or the afternoon, and the cruises include sightseeing as well as a meal and live entertainment while traveling along the Potomac River.


  • Monday, February 1 - Monday, February 29
    Crime Museum - History of Crime, Justice, & Forensic Sciences
    This museum is dedicated to educating the public about crime solving techniques. This self-guided tour usually takes up to four hours and is appropriate for all ages. Guests can bring non-flash cameras. The museum is handicap accessible.


April 2016 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Monday, April 11 - Friday, April 15
    Spring Break in Washington, DC
    Spring is the perfect time and weather for outdoor recreation, parks, nature and bike trails.


  • Friday, April 1 - Saturday, April 30
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Friday, April 1 - Saturday, April 30
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Friday, April 1 - Saturday, April 30
    Johnson IMAX at the National Museum of Natural History
    Seeing any one of the beautiful films playing in the Johnson Imax Theater in the National Museum of Natural History creates an entertaining and visually stimulating way to learn about a variety of subjects pertaining to natural history.


  • Friday, April 1 - Saturday, April 30
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


May 2016 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Monday, May 30
    Memorial Day in Washington, D.C.
    Memorial Day in Washington D.


  • Sunday, May 1 - Tuesday, May 31
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Sunday, May 1 - Tuesday, May 31
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Sunday, May 1 - Tuesday, May 31
    Johnson IMAX at the National Museum of Natural History
    Seeing any one of the beautiful films playing in the Johnson Imax Theater in the National Museum of Natural History creates an entertaining and visually stimulating way to learn about a variety of subjects pertaining to natural history.


  • Sunday, May 1 - Tuesday, May 31
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


July 2016 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Monday, July 4
    4th of July in Washington, DC
    The Fourth of July Washington D.


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Johnson IMAX at the National Museum of Natural History
    Seeing any one of the beautiful films playing in the Johnson Imax Theater in the National Museum of Natural History creates an entertaining and visually stimulating way to learn about a variety of subjects pertaining to natural history.


  • Friday, July 1 - Sunday, July 31
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


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