Washington DC Grand Tour

 
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Washington DC Grand Tour
Detail This is a 2 day combination tour. DC in a Day is 7 hours on a double decker bus. Mount Vernon and Arlington National Cemetery tour is 9 hours on a luxury motorcoach.
Detail Photo stops at select monuments throughout the tour.
Detail Appropriate for All Ages
Detail Handicap Accessible
Detail Both Cameras and Video Cameras are Permitted
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On the Washington DC Grand Tour, guests will be whisked off on an adventure to see some of the best sights in the city. This enthralling adventure allows guests to get unique views of DC's best hotspots. You'll meet your bus at the Union Station office at 50 Massachusetts Ave. NE in DC. From there, you'll board the immaculate Gray Line bus, which will set you off on your journey through the nation's capitol.

As you drive along and see the memorials, museums, and more, your tour guide will treat you to live narration and information. You'll learn all the little-known facts and intricacies of the city, and you'll leave feeling like a local DC'er.

The tour also includes a guided tour of the US Capitol Building, a photo opportunity at the White House, and a tour of Mt. Vernon, former president George Washington's home. With so many things to see and do along the way, this journey is bound to be a favorite among all who visit the city.

Detailed Tour Itinerary
Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, DC
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For those who wish to learn about history while paying respects for those who shaped it, a visit to the Arlington National Cemetery can be a life-changing experience. The cemetery stretches along 624 acres and features burial sites for soldiers in the American Civil War and on. Some notable gravesites include that of John F. Kennedy, William Howard Taft, and John J. Pershing.
MLK memorial
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See the Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial in Washington, DC. Martin Luther King Jr was a prominent figure in the Civil Rights movement in America, and this memorial pays respect to his work and memory.
Ford Orientation Center and Donald W. Reynolds Museum and Education Center at Mount Vernon near Alexandria, VA
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Learn something new among all of the great exhibits at the Ford Orientation Center and Donald W Reynolds Museum and Education Center. It is a great place to stop and learn about area history.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial in Washington, DC
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See the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial to pay your respects to this late and great president. This memorial gives insight into his life and his legacy in an informative and respectful way. It's a beautiful monument and a testament to his work.
George Washington's Mount Vernon near Alexandria, VA, Presidential
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Constructed by George Washington himself, the Mount Vernon estate near Alexandria, VA is included in this tour. The estate is comprised of an amazing 500 acres, featuring the main home with original furnishings and historic pieces. There are also many different outbuildings. Explore plantation life and get a glimpse into the life of former President George Washington with an unforgettable visit.
Korean War Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC
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Located in West Potomac Park, the memorial is located just south of the Reflecting Pool. It was created to serve as a memorial to those who served in the Korean War. Its notable features include the Mural War, 19 stainless steel statues featuring a platoon on patrol, the United Nations Wall, and the Pool of Remembrance.
Lincoln Memorial in Washington, DC
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Erected to pay homage to the late president Abraham Lincoln, the Lincoln Memorial features a seated sculpture of Lincoln himself. The popular memorial features a Greek Doric temple and includes inscriptions of The Gettysburg Address and the Second Inaugural Address inscribed into the statue's base.
U.S. Capitol in Washington, DC
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The US Capitol is a must-have stop because it truly gives insight into the foundation of American government. Here, you can admire the beautiful building and learn about history. Just the grounds themselves are gorgeous, but of course there are many exhibits and displays inside the capitol building as well.
Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, DC
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Honoring US veterans who served in the Vietnam war, the memorial is a harrowing look into the history. Though the Vietnam war was one of the most controversial in US history, its memorial still stands as a tribute to those who fought in Southeast Asia. The memorial is comprised of three separate parts, The Soldiers' Statue, Vietnam Women's Memorial, and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall.
Stops may change due to traffic, weather, maintenance, etc.

Do not miss out on the opportunity to see the best of the best in Washington, DC. Explore the vast history, pay homage at the memorials, and get to know the nation's capital on an intimate and fun journey with the Washington DC Grand Tour! 


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