The Old Town Trolley Tour of Washington & Arlington National Cemetery Tour is something for the whole family to do together. Not only will it give your family something fun to do while they are on vacation, but it will give them a history lesson at the same time. Washington is the control center for our country and it’s where every major decision is made and new laws are passed. It’s also the where the President and his family lives while he is in office. This tour will last about six hours and it’s appropriate for all ages of your family or group.
Your trip to Washington, DC will be filled with tons of history but be sure to include African American history because African Americans have had a vital role in the making of our country. Take your family to this historical four-hour tour, where you will get to visit very important sites that were key to our nation's history and get access to the Museum of African American History and Culture. You and your family will also get to see sights like the African American Civil War Memorial, the home of Frederick Douglass and more. A key stop you will see is the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, where you will get to walk the grounds where historical figures have stood.
The Boomerang Party Yacht Cruise is a cruise that restricts the people who can participate. You have to be over twenty-one in order to enjoy this almost two-hour cruise. It can be found in Georgetown and takes place on the Potomac. Cameras can be used while enjoying the sights that can be seen on this cruise. This is a nighttime cruise, and the whole thing is a giant party to be enjoyed with friends or by yourself. The cruise takes place on the Boomerang Pirate Ship, and it has two open decks for partying the night away with great music and drinks.
The Boomerang Pirate Ship Family Fun Treasure Hunt Sightseeing Cruise takes place in Georgetown, Washington D.C. As the name says, this cruise takes place on a pirate ship, and the cruise lasts about an hour. It is a family-friendly expierence that can be enjoyed by people of all ages, including the handicapped. Cameras can be used during the cruise in order to have souvenirs of the experience. The cruise takes place on the Potomac River, and you will see the Lincoln Memorial, Kennedy Center, Washington Monument, Watergate, and Georgetown University while on this cruise. The entertainment aspect of this cruise is all about defending the capital from other pirates.
America's capital is one of the most beautiful places that can be seen and enjoyed. This cruise allows you to see it in a whole new way by going down the Potomac River. The cruise lasts only forty-five minutes, but it can be enjoyed by people of all ages. You can have your camera with you while you are enjoying this cruise in order to have some souvenirs of your time. Some of the sights that can be enjoyed while enjoying this cruise are the Kennedy Center, the Key Bridge, Roosevelt Island, the Memorial Bridge, the Washington Monument, the Jefferson Memorial, the US Capitol, and the Lincoln Memorial.
Comedy Walks Washington D.C. is a great cruise that allows you to enjoy the nation's capital in a new and exciting way. This is a walking tour and lasts for about one hour and thirty minutes. The tour takes place in less than a mile journey from the starting place of the tour. You can bring your cameras in order to capture pictures of all the sights you see on this tour. Some of the sights that will be seen on this tour are the White House, the DAR Consitution Hall, the Washington Monument, the WWII Memorial, the Martin Luther King Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, and the Vietnam Memorial.
On your visit to Washington D.C., be sure to check out the DC Twilight Tour for a unique and enchanting view of some of the most famous sites throughout our nation's capital! Stops include Union Station, the Jefferson Memorial, the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial, the Iwo Juma Memorial and the White House. You will also drive by the U.S. Capitol Building, the Kennedy Center, the Washington Monument, Pennsylvania Avenue, and Georgetown University. What makes this three hour guided tour truly unique is that not only do you get to view these wonderful historic sites at night time, but you also get to see them illuminated by the moonlight!