DC Memorials Tour

 
  Search:
Schedule By Date:
Arrival Date:
 
Length of Visit:
DC Memorials Tour
Detail Activity lasts approximately 4 hours.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Handicap Accessible
Detail Handicap Seating Options Available: Wheelchair Seating, Aisle Seating, Limited / No Stairs Seating
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
Description
DC Memorials Tour Photos (11)

The best way to experience Washington DC is by exploring the history of the United States; with the DC Memorials tour through Gray Line, the city is completely at your fingertips. The tour lasts approximately four hours, giving guests an in-depth look at everything that matters in the area with a specialized itinerary that allows stops at some of the most renown memorials in the city. Plus, the tour is fully narrated and the tour guides offer plenty of great information that will leave you feeling like a DC expert.

Detailed Tour Itinerary
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial in Washington, DC
 Tour Stop at 
 Tour Stop at  
The FDR Memorial pays homage to one of the most celebrated presidents in United States history. The memorial itself features captivating landscaping that takes up a portion of around 7 acres. With water falls, fountains, and plenty of commemorative statues, the memorial is a great way to learn about this beloved leader.
Washington Monument in Washington, DC
 Drive By 
 Drive By  
The Washington Monument is one of the most popular architectural structures in the city. It was built in honor of the first president of the United States, George Washington. The obelisk was completed, fully, in 1888.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC, Vietman War Memorial
 Tour Stop at 
 Tour Stop at  
The Wall at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC is one of the most heart string-pulling memorials in the city. Dedicated to those who fought and died in the Vietnam War, it gives guests the opportunity to pay their respects for the heroes of one of the most infamous wars in U.S. history.
U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial - Iwo Jima Statue in Washington, DC
 Tour Stop at 
 Tour Stop at  
The U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial is home to the Iwo Jima Statue. This famous statue was built to commemorate Marine Corp members who have died beginning in 1775. The famous statue depicts the moment when six soldiers - five Marines and one Navy member- raised the flag on Mount Suribachi. This is one of the most famous military depictions in history.
U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC
 Drive By 
 Drive By  
The U.S. Capitol is home to the legislative branch of the United States government. Atop Capitol Hill, the building is where Congress does most of its work. This neo-classical building is one of the most easily-recognizable places in the country, as it serves as the birth place of all federal laws and regulations.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC, civil rights
 Tour Stop at 
 Tour Stop at  
The Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial was erected to celebrate the life and works of one of the most influential civil rights figures in the world. MLK was responsible for enormous strides in this movement, fighting for equality and desegregation among all races. The memorial spans across three acres and is a great way to pay respect to the historical significance of MLK's efforts.
Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC
 Tour Stop at 
 Tour Stop at  
Known for his role in the Civil War and the enactment of the Emancipation Proclamation, past president, Abraham Lincoln, is eternally remembered as one of the most progressive and iconic U.S. leaders. The Lincoln Memorial was created to pay homage to this great man.
Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC
 Tour Stop at 
 Tour Stop at  
Located in West Potomac Park, the Korean War Veterans Memorial was dedicated by Bill Clinton and President of the Republic of Korea, Kim Young Sam, in 1995 on the anniversary of the armistice. The memorial is comprised of the memorial wall featuring 2,500 photographs of the war, 19 statues, a United Nations Wall, and the Pool of Remembrance.
Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC
 Drive By 
 Drive By  
The Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC was created for Thomas Jefferson, one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. Jefferson was known as the creator of the Declaration of Independence and went onto serve as the third POTUS.
World War II Memorial in Washington, DC
 Tour Stop at 
 Tour Stop at  
The World War II Memorial is dedicated to those who served in WWII.
Stops may change due to traffic, weather, maintenance, etc.


Checkout
Cart
Contact Customer Service at
800-987-9852
Secure Online Payment Options
credit card logos