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Washington DC Hop On/ Hop Off Tours
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Open Top Washington DC Night Tours - Open Top Trolley
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The Washington DC Open Top Bus Night Tours provides awesome views of the city's sights after dark, and live narration from an expert guide.

The night tour is a fabulous way to see a new perspective of DC, with all the monuments and memorials illuminated for night-time viewing. You'll have amazing photo opportunities from the upper deck. A knowledgeable guide fully narrates the tour to famous sights including the FDR Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Korean War Memorial, Iwo Jima Memorial, The White House, and more.

Detailed Tour Itinerary
Federal Triangle in Washington, DC
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The Federal Triangle in the Pennsylvania Avenue National Historic Site, is bounded by Pennsylvania Avenue, Constitution Avenue, and 15th St. NW. The Triangle is comprised of a group of nationally important buildings which house the Department of Labor, the Federal Trade Commission, The White House Visitors' Center, Internal Revenue Service, Department of Justice and the National Aquarium, and more. The Classically designed buildings feature limestone facades and red tile, hipped rooflines, presenting a unified and dignified appearance.
Washington Monument in Washington, DC
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The most prominent and recognizable figure in Washington D.C., the Washington Monument is a 555-foot marble obelisk that honors the nation's founding father, George Washington. Washington led the Continental Army to victory and then went on to become the nation's first president.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC, Vietman War Memorial
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The Vietnam Veterans Memorial, set in Constitution Gardens is one of the best-loved, most visited memorials in Washington DC. The memorial is comprised of three parts; Three Soldiers Statue, Vietnam Women's Memorial, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, where the names of nearly 60,000 soldiers are etched in reflective stone.
U.S. Marine Corps War Memorial - Iwo Jima Statue in Washington, DC
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The Iwo Jima Statue depicts the scene captured in the famous photograph of five servicemen raising an American flag atop Mount Sirabachi, during World War II. The figures in the sculpture stand 32 feet tall, and are raising a 60 foot flagpole upon which a cloth flag flies 24 hours per day. Originally constructed to honor Marines lost in WWII, the memorial is now a memorial to all US Marines who have fallen in the line of duty.
U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC
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The centerpiece of the United States government, the US Capitol sits grandly upon Capitol Hill. Covering 4-acres of land, the five-story structure boasts 16-acres of floor area, more than 500 rooms and more than 650 windows. The Capitol building houses the US Senate, and House of Representatives.
The White House in Washington, DC, at night
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The White House, admired for its beautiful gardens and extensive offices, serves as home for the United States President and their family. Inside the complex is the Executive Residence, West Wing, East Wing, Eisenhower Executive Office Building, and Blair House, a guest residence.
Old Post Office at night
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Pennsylvania Avenue is a street in Washington DC that joins the White House and the United States Capitol. It is the location of official parades and processions, as well as protest marches. Moreover, Pennsylvania Avenue is an important commuter route and is part of the National Highway System.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC, historical
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Located near the Tidal Basin, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial was opened in the fall of 2011 to honor Dr. King. Although he isn't the first African-American honored with a memorial, his is the first near the National Mall and only the fourth non-President to be memorialized in such a way.
Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC
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An iconic landmark on the National Mall in Washington DC, the Lincoln Memorial is a tribute to President Abraham Lincoln, who fought to preserve the nation during the Civil War. The monument features elegant columns, each an impressive seven feet in diameter at the base, and rising 44 feet. The number of columns is significant, one for each of the 36 states in the Union at the time of Lincoln's passing. Inside the structure, sits a 19-foot tall marble statue of Lincoln.
Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC
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Located in West Potomac Park, the Korean War Veterans Memorial was built to commemorate those who served in the Korean War. This memorial serves as a place of reflection for visitors as they walk through the 19 stainless steel statues that form a squad on patrol.
Outside view of John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
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The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is a performing arts center located on the Potomac River, adjacent to the Watergate complex in Washington, D.C. The Center, which opened on September 8, 1971, produces and presents theater, dance, ballet, orchestral, chamber, jazz, popular, and folk music, in addition to multi-media performances for all ages.
Jefferson Memorial in Washington, DC
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The Jefferson Memorial in Washington DC is one of the most popular sites in the Capitol. The gracefully designed, domed rotunda was built to honor the United States third president, Thomas Jefferson. Beneath the dome stands a 19-foot bronze statue of Jefferson surrounded by excerpts from the Declaration of Independence and other Jefferson writings.
Georgetown University in Washington, DC, sightseeing
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Georgetown University is a private research university in Washington DC. Founded in 1789, it is the oldest Jesuit and Catholic university in the United States. Georgetown's main campus, located in Washington's Georgetown neighborhood, is noted for Healy Hall, a National Historic Landmark in the Romanesque revival style.
US Capitol and Reflecting Pool at night
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The US Capitol Reflecting Pool lies to the west of the US Capitol, and is the westernmost element of the Capitol grounds, and the easternmost element of the National Mall. The Captiol Dome and the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial are reflected in its waters. The pool, completed in 1971, covers six acres, occupying more than half of the area known as Union Square. The plaza wherein it lies includes the Ulysses S. Grant Memorial, a grassy, park-like area, The Capitol, US Botanic Garden, and the museums and galleries along the National Mall.
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For the most comprehensive Washington DC experience, add a night tour to a 24-hour or 48-hour hop-on, hop-off pass on the Open Top bus. You can explore the sights at your own pace during the 9am to 5pm daily tours, and enjoy the shining lights of the night time narrated tour as well.


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