Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises
These lunch and dinner cruises are the best way to spend a part of your day in the Washington DC area, providing splendid sightseeing opportunities, as well as some amazing and tasty food to enjoy as you are taken around to explore some of the most popular sites in the greater DC area. Spend some time on one of these cruises and you'll be sure to thoroughly enjoy your day. These cruises are great for any event and any age group! Everyone will have a blast on the ship. Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner cruises provide guests with an unparalleled experience and a uniquely superior way to see Washington DC.
Torpedo Factory: An art center on the shore of the Potomac River. It's home to six galleries and two workshops and attracts 500,000 visitors each year.
Woodrow WilsonBridge: A drawbridge that connects Virginia and Maryland and a portion of the bridge crosses into the District of Columbia. It's the only bridge in the US that crosses the borders of three jurisdictions.
Old Town Alexandria: The historic center of Alexandria, featuring boutiques, theaters, restaurants and more. It's located along the western bank of the Potomac River.
Reagan National Airport: The nearest commercial airport to Washington DC. It's just three miles south of downtown Washington DC.
Fort Lesley J. McNair: A US Army post that has been in existence for more than 200 years.
Jones Point Lighthouse: A lighthouse that was built in 1855. It's listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
US Naval Research Laboratory: The research laboratory for the US Navy and US Marine Corps. It features a large satellite dish visible from the Hudson River.
National War College: This is a school in the National Defense University where many military officers study.
National Harbor: This 300-acre waterfront area is home to shops, restaurants, and hotels.
Gaylord Hotel: This massive facility is the largest non-gaming hotel on the eastern seaboard.
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- What type of seating does Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises have?
There is indoor dining seating.
- What type of parking do you have?
There is paid parking available in the paved parking lot.
- Approximately how long is Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises?
The cruise is approximately 2-3 hours.
- How many decks or levels are there aboard the Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises?
There are 3 decks.
- What lake or river does the Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises cruise on?
The cruise takes you along the Potomac River.
- How many passengers does the boat hold?
The boat holds 440 passengers.
- What is the dress code?
Dress code is smart casual.
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