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February 2018 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Wednesday, February 14
    Valentine's Day in Washington D.C
    There are many romantic things to do in the DC area for you and your sweetie, including romantic activities and luxurious hotels to bathe your special someone in diamonds and pearls.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington, D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Old Town Trolley Tour of Washington + Arlington National Cemetery Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Bike the Sites Guided Bike Tour of Washington, DC
    Explore the sights and sounds of Washington DC with the  Monuments Tour, Capital Sites Tour, or Sites at Night where you bike from 4-8 miles with your guide explaining the importance and fun facts of the different highlighted sites along the way.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Bike and Roll Bicycle Rental - Washington, DC
    Coast through the streets of Washington DC, passing many historic landmarks, monuments, and attractions such as Washington Monument, The Reflecting Pool, the White House and more along your way with the Bike and Roll DC as you view the city at your will without the rigid structure of a tour group.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    After climbing on board the Spirit of Washington Lunch and Dinner Cruise, glide along the historic Potomac Rover and view breath taking sites like the National Harbor, Old Town Alexandria, the Capitol Dome, and the Washington Monument.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises offers you the choice between sightseeing in the morning or the afternoon, and the cruises include sightseeing as well as a meal and live entertainment while traveling along the Potomac River.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Washington DC Hop On/ Hop Off Tours
    Explore Washington DC from an entirely new perspective in an open top tour bus as an expert guide narrates the most explored sites of the city for a two and a half-hour night tour.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Mangia DC Food Tours
    Mangia in Italian translates to Eat! Enjoy! That is just what the Mangia DC Italian Food Tour is designed to be, a walking tour of food tastings that lasts nearly three hours long that will take you through out the city.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Washington D.C. Explorer Pass
    Save yourself from the hassle of digging for your wallet at the gate by purchasing the Washington D.C. Explorer pass that lets you explore three out of nine famous D.C. attractions and landmarks at a great value.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Sunday, February 11
    Live Theatre at Ford's Theatre
    Seeing a theatrical performance put on has never been this exciting or in such an historical location; the performances put on at Ford's Theatre are definitely memorable experiences, being that they are held in the beautiful theater in which President Lincoln was shot.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    The Gettysburg Heritage Center
    For an unforgettable educational experience in Washington DC, head to the Gettysburg Heritage Center; this amazing museum is sure to be a wonderful addition to any visit to DC.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Madame Tussauds Washington DC
    Madame Tussauds' in Washington DC is a great place to take your whole family for your next big trip to Washington DC, with so many different wax sculptures of famous people such as presidents,


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    Washington DC Guided Bus Tours
    To experience some of the most amazing landmarks and more in the Washington DC area, embark upon one of the Washington DC Guided Bus Tours.


  • Thursday, February 1 - Wednesday, February 28
    The Wharf Water Taxi
    Wehn you are in the Washington DC area, there is no better way to get from one tourist destination to the other than one of these magnificent water taxis.


March 2018 Greater Washington DC Area Events

    On-Going March Events:
  • Thursday, March 1 - Monday, April 30
    'A Christmas Carol' at Ford's Theater in Washington, DC
    Join the historic Ford's Theater for an annual Washington DC tradition!


  • Thursday, March 1 - Monday, April 30
    Spring Break in Washington, DC
    Spring is the perfect time and weather for outdoor recreation, parks, nature and bike trails.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Monday, April 30
    Spring Break at Six Flags America, Washington DC
    Spend your Spring Break at Six Flags America in Washington, D.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington, D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Old Town Trolley Tour of Washington + Arlington National Cemetery Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Bike the Sites Guided Bike Tour of Washington, DC
    Explore the sights and sounds of Washington DC with the  Monuments Tour, Capital Sites Tour, or Sites at Night where you bike from 4-8 miles with your guide explaining the importance and fun facts of the different highlighted sites along the way.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Bike and Roll Bicycle Rental - Washington, DC
    Coast through the streets of Washington DC, passing many historic landmarks, monuments, and attractions such as Washington Monument, The Reflecting Pool, the White House and more along your way with the Bike and Roll DC as you view the city at your will without the rigid structure of a tour group.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Spirit of Washington Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    After climbing on board the Spirit of Washington Lunch and Dinner Cruise, glide along the historic Potomac Rover and view breath taking sites like the National Harbor, Old Town Alexandria, the Capitol Dome, and the Washington Monument.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises
    DC Odyssey Lunch & Dinner Cruises offers you the choice between sightseeing in the morning or the afternoon, and the cruises include sightseeing as well as a meal and live entertainment while traveling along the Potomac River.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Washington DC Hop On/ Hop Off Tours
    Explore Washington DC from an entirely new perspective in an open top tour bus as an expert guide narrates the most explored sites of the city for a two and a half-hour night tour.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Mangia DC Food Tours
    Mangia in Italian translates to Eat! Enjoy! That is just what the Mangia DC Italian Food Tour is designed to be, a walking tour of food tastings that lasts nearly three hours long that will take you through out the city.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Washington D.C. Explorer Pass
    Save yourself from the hassle of digging for your wallet at the gate by purchasing the Washington D.C. Explorer pass that lets you explore three out of nine famous D.C. attractions and landmarks at a great value.


  • Saturday, March 10 - Saturday, March 31
    Live Theatre at Ford's Theatre
    Seeing a theatrical performance put on has never been this exciting or in such an historical location; the performances put on at Ford's Theatre are definitely memorable experiences, being that they are held in the beautiful theater in which President Lincoln was shot.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    The Gettysburg Heritage Center
    For an unforgettable educational experience in Washington DC, head to the Gettysburg Heritage Center; this amazing museum is sure to be a wonderful addition to any visit to DC.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Madame Tussauds Washington DC
    Madame Tussauds' in Washington DC is a great place to take your whole family for your next big trip to Washington DC, with so many different wax sculptures of famous people such as presidents,


  • Sunday, March 11 - Saturday, March 31
    Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours
    Plan the best vacation to date when you take one of these amazing Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours in the Washington DC area, where you can see multiple sites and monuments around the city to complete your trip!


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    Washington DC Guided Bus Tours
    To experience some of the most amazing landmarks and more in the Washington DC area, embark upon one of the Washington DC Guided Bus Tours.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Saturday, March 31
    The Wharf Water Taxi
    Wehn you are in the Washington DC area, there is no better way to get from one tourist destination to the other than one of these magnificent water taxis.


April 2018 Greater Washington DC Area Events

    On-Going April Events:
  • Thursday, March 1 - Monday, April 30
    'A Christmas Carol' at Ford's Theater in Washington, DC
    Join the historic Ford's Theater for an annual Washington DC tradition!


  • Thursday, March 1 - Monday, April 30
    Spring Break in Washington, DC
    Spring is the perfect time and weather for outdoor recreation, parks, nature and bike trails.


  • Thursday, March 1 - Monday, April 30
    Spring Break at Six Flags America, Washington DC
    Spend your Spring Break at Six Flags America in Washington, D.


  • Tuesday, April 3 - Saturday, April 28
    Mount Vernon and Old Town Alexandria Tour
    This tour tells history of this region through the eyes of George Washington. First, his stately home, the outbuildings, slave quarters, kitchen, greenhouse, and the four exquisite gardens. Also, the Pioneer Farmer Site, a recreation of Washington's 16-sided trading barn.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington, D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Monday, April 2 - Monday, April 30
    Gettysburg Tour
    Explore the battlefield of Gettysburg, seeing where the soldiers fought and viewing a military diorama that is one of the most detailed in the country, including lights and sound effects.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Old Town Trolley Tour of Washington + Arlington National Cemetery Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Bike the Sites Guided Bike Tour of Washington, DC
    Explore the sights and sounds of Washington DC with the  Monuments Tour, Capital Sites Tour, or Sites at Night where you bike from 4-8 miles with your guide explaining the importance and fun facts of the different highlighted sites along the way.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Bike and Roll Bicycle Rental - Washington, DC
    Coast through the streets of Washington DC, passing many historic landmarks, monuments, and attractions such as Washington Monument, The Reflecting Pool, the White House and more along your way with the Bike and Roll DC as you view the city at your will without the rigid structure of a tour group.


  • Tuesday, April 3 - Saturday, April 28
    Washington DC Grand Tour
    On the Washington DC Grand Tour, guests will be whisked off on an adventure to see some of the best sights in the city.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Washington DC Hop On/ Hop Off Tours
    Explore Washington DC from an entirely new perspective in an open top tour bus as an expert guide narrates the most explored sites of the city for a two and a half-hour night tour.


  • Wednesday, April 4 - Friday, April 27
    Mangia DC Food Tours
    Mangia in Italian translates to Eat! Enjoy! That is just what the Mangia DC Italian Food Tour is designed to be, a walking tour of food tastings that lasts nearly three hours long that will take you through out the city.


  • Tuesday, April 3 - Saturday, April 28
    Mount Vernon and Arlington National Cemetery Full-Day Tour
    The Mt Vernon/Arlington Tour offers Washington DC visitors a rich look into the history of our nation as you explore over a dozen landmarks throughout Mt Vernon, Arlington, and DC.


  • Monday, April 2 - Monday, April 30
    Live Theatre at Ford's Theatre
    Seeing a theatrical performance put on has never been this exciting or in such an historical location; the performances put on at Ford's Theatre are definitely memorable experiences, being that they are held in the beautiful theater in which President Lincoln was shot.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    The Gettysburg Heritage Center
    For an unforgettable educational experience in Washington DC, head to the Gettysburg Heritage Center; this amazing museum is sure to be a wonderful addition to any visit to DC.


  • Monday, April 2 - Monday, April 30
    Madame Tussauds Washington DC
    Madame Tussauds' in Washington DC is a great place to take your whole family for your next big trip to Washington DC, with so many different wax sculptures of famous people such as presidents,


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours
    Plan the best vacation to date when you take one of these amazing Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours in the Washington DC area, where you can see multiple sites and monuments around the city to complete your trip!


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    Washington DC Guided Bus Tours
    To experience some of the most amazing landmarks and more in the Washington DC area, embark upon one of the Washington DC Guided Bus Tours.


  • Sunday, April 1 - Monday, April 30
    The Wharf Water Taxi
    Wehn you are in the Washington DC area, there is no better way to get from one tourist destination to the other than one of these magnificent water taxis.


May 2018 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Monday, May 28
    Memorial Day in Washington, D.C.
    Memorial Day in Washington D.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Mount Vernon and Old Town Alexandria Tour
    This tour tells history of this region through the eyes of George Washington. First, his stately home, the outbuildings, slave quarters, kitchen, greenhouse, and the four exquisite gardens. Also, the Pioneer Farmer Site, a recreation of Washington's 16-sided trading barn.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington, D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Thursday, May 3 - Thursday, May 31
    Gettysburg Tour
    Explore the battlefield of Gettysburg, seeing where the soldiers fought and viewing a military diorama that is one of the most detailed in the country, including lights and sound effects.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Old Town Trolley Tour of Washington + Arlington National Cemetery Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Bike the Sites Guided Bike Tour of Washington, DC
    Explore the sights and sounds of Washington DC with the  Monuments Tour, Capital Sites Tour, or Sites at Night where you bike from 4-8 miles with your guide explaining the importance and fun facts of the different highlighted sites along the way.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Bike and Roll Bicycle Rental - Washington, DC
    Coast through the streets of Washington DC, passing many historic landmarks, monuments, and attractions such as Washington Monument, The Reflecting Pool, the White House and more along your way with the Bike and Roll DC as you view the city at your will without the rigid structure of a tour group.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Washington DC Grand Tour
    On the Washington DC Grand Tour, guests will be whisked off on an adventure to see some of the best sights in the city.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Washington DC Hop On/ Hop Off Tours
    Explore Washington DC from an entirely new perspective in an open top tour bus as an expert guide narrates the most explored sites of the city for a two and a half-hour night tour.


  • Wednesday, May 2 - Thursday, May 31
    Mangia DC Food Tours
    Mangia in Italian translates to Eat! Enjoy! That is just what the Mangia DC Italian Food Tour is designed to be, a walking tour of food tastings that lasts nearly three hours long that will take you through out the city.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Mount Vernon and Arlington National Cemetery Full-Day Tour
    The Mt Vernon/Arlington Tour offers Washington DC visitors a rich look into the history of our nation as you explore over a dozen landmarks throughout Mt Vernon, Arlington, and DC.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Saturday, May 12
    Live Theatre at Ford's Theatre
    Seeing a theatrical performance put on has never been this exciting or in such an historical location; the performances put on at Ford's Theatre are definitely memorable experiences, being that they are held in the beautiful theater in which President Lincoln was shot.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    The Gettysburg Heritage Center
    For an unforgettable educational experience in Washington DC, head to the Gettysburg Heritage Center; this amazing museum is sure to be a wonderful addition to any visit to DC.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Madame Tussauds Washington DC
    Madame Tussauds' in Washington DC is a great place to take your whole family for your next big trip to Washington DC, with so many different wax sculptures of famous people such as presidents,


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours
    Plan the best vacation to date when you take one of these amazing Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours in the Washington DC area, where you can see multiple sites and monuments around the city to complete your trip!


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    Washington DC Guided Bus Tours
    To experience some of the most amazing landmarks and more in the Washington DC area, embark upon one of the Washington DC Guided Bus Tours.


  • Tuesday, May 1 - Thursday, May 31
    The Wharf Water Taxi
    Wehn you are in the Washington DC area, there is no better way to get from one tourist destination to the other than one of these magnificent water taxis.


July 2018 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Wednesday, July 4
    4th of July in Washington, DC
    The Fourth of July Washington D.


  • Tuesday, July 3 - Tuesday, July 31
    Mount Vernon and Old Town Alexandria Tour
    This tour tells history of this region through the eyes of George Washington. First, his stately home, the outbuildings, slave quarters, kitchen, greenhouse, and the four exquisite gardens. Also, the Pioneer Farmer Site, a recreation of Washington's 16-sided trading barn.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington, D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Monday, July 2 - Monday, July 30
    Gettysburg Tour
    Explore the battlefield of Gettysburg, seeing where the soldiers fought and viewing a military diorama that is one of the most detailed in the country, including lights and sound effects.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Old Town Trolley Tour of Washington + Arlington National Cemetery Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Bike the Sites Guided Bike Tour of Washington, DC
    Explore the sights and sounds of Washington DC with the  Monuments Tour, Capital Sites Tour, or Sites at Night where you bike from 4-8 miles with your guide explaining the importance and fun facts of the different highlighted sites along the way.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Bike and Roll Bicycle Rental - Washington, DC
    Coast through the streets of Washington DC, passing many historic landmarks, monuments, and attractions such as Washington Monument, The Reflecting Pool, the White House and more along your way with the Bike and Roll DC as you view the city at your will without the rigid structure of a tour group.


  • Tuesday, July 3 - Tuesday, July 31
    Washington DC Grand Tour
    On the Washington DC Grand Tour, guests will be whisked off on an adventure to see some of the best sights in the city.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Washington DC Hop On/ Hop Off Tours
    Explore Washington DC from an entirely new perspective in an open top tour bus as an expert guide narrates the most explored sites of the city for a two and a half-hour night tour.


  • Wednesday, July 4 - Friday, July 6
    Mangia DC Food Tours
    Mangia in Italian translates to Eat! Enjoy! That is just what the Mangia DC Italian Food Tour is designed to be, a walking tour of food tastings that lasts nearly three hours long that will take you through out the city.


  • Tuesday, July 3 - Tuesday, July 31
    Mount Vernon and Arlington National Cemetery Full-Day Tour
    The Mt Vernon/Arlington Tour offers Washington DC visitors a rich look into the history of our nation as you explore over a dozen landmarks throughout Mt Vernon, Arlington, and DC.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    The Gettysburg Heritage Center
    For an unforgettable educational experience in Washington DC, head to the Gettysburg Heritage Center; this amazing museum is sure to be a wonderful addition to any visit to DC.


  • Monday, July 2 - Tuesday, July 31
    Madame Tussauds Washington DC
    Madame Tussauds' in Washington DC is a great place to take your whole family for your next big trip to Washington DC, with so many different wax sculptures of famous people such as presidents,


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours
    Plan the best vacation to date when you take one of these amazing Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours in the Washington DC area, where you can see multiple sites and monuments around the city to complete your trip!


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    Washington DC Guided Bus Tours
    To experience some of the most amazing landmarks and more in the Washington DC area, embark upon one of the Washington DC Guided Bus Tours.


  • Sunday, July 1 - Tuesday, July 31
    The Wharf Water Taxi
    Wehn you are in the Washington DC area, there is no better way to get from one tourist destination to the other than one of these magnificent water taxis.


September 2018 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Monday, September 3
    Labor Day in Washington, District of Columbia
    Labor Day in September may be a quiet one in many cities and towns across the union, but not in Washington DC.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Saturday, September 29
    Mount Vernon and Old Town Alexandria Tour
    This tour tells history of this region through the eyes of George Washington. First, his stately home, the outbuildings, slave quarters, kitchen, greenhouse, and the four exquisite gardens. Also, the Pioneer Farmer Site, a recreation of Washington's 16-sided trading barn.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington, D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Saturday, September 29
    Gettysburg Tour
    Explore the battlefield of Gettysburg, seeing where the soldiers fought and viewing a military diorama that is one of the most detailed in the country, including lights and sound effects.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Old Town Trolley Tour of Washington + Arlington National Cemetery Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Bike the Sites Guided Bike Tour of Washington, DC
    Explore the sights and sounds of Washington DC with the  Monuments Tour, Capital Sites Tour, or Sites at Night where you bike from 4-8 miles with your guide explaining the importance and fun facts of the different highlighted sites along the way.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Bike and Roll Bicycle Rental - Washington, DC
    Coast through the streets of Washington DC, passing many historic landmarks, monuments, and attractions such as Washington Monument, The Reflecting Pool, the White House and more along your way with the Bike and Roll DC as you view the city at your will without the rigid structure of a tour group.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Saturday, September 29
    Washington DC Grand Tour
    On the Washington DC Grand Tour, guests will be whisked off on an adventure to see some of the best sights in the city.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Washington DC Hop On/ Hop Off Tours
    Explore Washington DC from an entirely new perspective in an open top tour bus as an expert guide narrates the most explored sites of the city for a two and a half-hour night tour.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Saturday, September 29
    Mount Vernon and Arlington National Cemetery Full-Day Tour
    The Mt Vernon/Arlington Tour offers Washington DC visitors a rich look into the history of our nation as you explore over a dozen landmarks throughout Mt Vernon, Arlington, and DC.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    The Gettysburg Heritage Center
    For an unforgettable educational experience in Washington DC, head to the Gettysburg Heritage Center; this amazing museum is sure to be a wonderful addition to any visit to DC.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Saturday, September 29
    Madame Tussauds Washington DC
    Madame Tussauds' in Washington DC is a great place to take your whole family for your next big trip to Washington DC, with so many different wax sculptures of famous people such as presidents,


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours
    Plan the best vacation to date when you take one of these amazing Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours in the Washington DC area, where you can see multiple sites and monuments around the city to complete your trip!


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    Washington DC Guided Bus Tours
    To experience some of the most amazing landmarks and more in the Washington DC area, embark upon one of the Washington DC Guided Bus Tours.


  • Saturday, September 1 - Sunday, September 30
    The Wharf Water Taxi
    Wehn you are in the Washington DC area, there is no better way to get from one tourist destination to the other than one of these magnificent water taxis.


November 2018 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Sunday, November 11
    Veterans Day in Washington DC
    Honoring the brave On Veterans Day, the United States honors those men and women who bravely fought in wars throughout American History.


  • Thursday, November 22
    Thanksgiving Feast & Wine Tasting at the Garden Kitchen in Occoquan, VA
    Wine Tasting and 4 Course Meal at The Garden Kitchen.


  • Thursday, November 22
    Thanksgiving Parades and Activities in Washington, DC
    Parades come to mind automatically during Thanksgiving, and Washington DC provides an exceptional time during this holiday including parades, events, tours, and local dining.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Mount Vernon and Old Town Alexandria Tour
    This tour tells history of this region through the eyes of George Washington. First, his stately home, the outbuildings, slave quarters, kitchen, greenhouse, and the four exquisite gardens. Also, the Pioneer Farmer Site, a recreation of Washington's 16-sided trading barn.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington, D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Old Town Trolley Tour of Washington + Arlington National Cemetery Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Bike the Sites Guided Bike Tour of Washington, DC
    Explore the sights and sounds of Washington DC with the  Monuments Tour, Capital Sites Tour, or Sites at Night where you bike from 4-8 miles with your guide explaining the importance and fun facts of the different highlighted sites along the way.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Bike and Roll Bicycle Rental - Washington, DC
    Coast through the streets of Washington DC, passing many historic landmarks, monuments, and attractions such as Washington Monument, The Reflecting Pool, the White House and more along your way with the Bike and Roll DC as you view the city at your will without the rigid structure of a tour group.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Saturday, November 24
    Washington DC Grand Tour
    On the Washington DC Grand Tour, guests will be whisked off on an adventure to see some of the best sights in the city.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Washington DC Hop On/ Hop Off Tours
    Explore Washington DC from an entirely new perspective in an open top tour bus as an expert guide narrates the most explored sites of the city for a two and a half-hour night tour.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Saturday, November 24
    Mount Vernon and Arlington National Cemetery Full-Day Tour
    The Mt Vernon/Arlington Tour offers Washington DC visitors a rich look into the history of our nation as you explore over a dozen landmarks throughout Mt Vernon, Arlington, and DC.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    The Gettysburg Heritage Center
    For an unforgettable educational experience in Washington DC, head to the Gettysburg Heritage Center; this amazing museum is sure to be a wonderful addition to any visit to DC.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Madame Tussauds Washington DC
    Madame Tussauds' in Washington DC is a great place to take your whole family for your next big trip to Washington DC, with so many different wax sculptures of famous people such as presidents,


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours
    Plan the best vacation to date when you take one of these amazing Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours in the Washington DC area, where you can see multiple sites and monuments around the city to complete your trip!


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    Washington DC Guided Bus Tours
    To experience some of the most amazing landmarks and more in the Washington DC area, embark upon one of the Washington DC Guided Bus Tours.


  • Thursday, November 1 - Friday, November 30
    The Wharf Water Taxi
    Wehn you are in the Washington DC area, there is no better way to get from one tourist destination to the other than one of these magnificent water taxis.


December 2018 Greater Washington DC Area Events

  • Tuesday, December 25
    Christmas in Washington DC
    Love is in the air, even in the city of politics!


  • Monday, December 31
    New Years Day in Washington DC
    If you really want to celebrate the New Year, do it right by attending New Years Day in Washington DC.


  • Monday, December 31
    New Year's Eve in Washington, DC
    New Year's Eve offers a large array of events and activities to choose from, whether it's a First Night celebration or a popular sports bar and grill.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Saturday, December 29
    Mount Vernon and Old Town Alexandria Tour
    This tour tells history of this region through the eyes of George Washington. First, his stately home, the outbuildings, slave quarters, kitchen, greenhouse, and the four exquisite gardens. Also, the Pioneer Farmer Site, a recreation of Washington's 16-sided trading barn.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Saturday, December 29
    DC After Dark
    See Washington, D.C. from a different angle after dark, by taking a walking guided tour, a trolley car ride, a guided bike tour, or a Segway tour, and see from a different perspective all of Washington, D.C.'s landmarks lit up at night.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    Old Town Trolley Tour of Washington + Arlington National Cemetery Tour
    This guided tour is one that takes you along the streets of Washington while hopping on and off the trolley at different points, giving time to take pictures and learn about the buildings.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    Monuments by Moonlight Trolley Tour
    On this 2.5 hour tour, the night visit provides a new look at the monuments. The guide will provide plenty historical information and other stories, such as the ghost stories of the various spirits that call the nation's capital home.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    Hazy Center IMAX at the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center - Chantilly, VA
    The Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, location of the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum's extended collection, presents three films about mankind's explorations of the limits of air and space for you and all aviation buffs in your family to enjoy.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    Lockheed Martin IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    If you are looking for a way to visually immerse yourself in the wonders of space and space travel, be sure to catch one of the many entertaining and educational films playing at the Lockheed Martin Imax at the National Air and Space Museum.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    Einstein Planetarium IMAX at the National Air & Space Museum
    Explore space like you have never seen it before at the Einstein Planetarium, sitting in chairs that tilt at just the right angle so that as you look up at the screen, you feel like you are floating among the stars and planets.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    Bike the Sites Guided Bike Tour of Washington, DC
    Explore the sights and sounds of Washington DC with the  Monuments Tour, Capital Sites Tour, or Sites at Night where you bike from 4-8 miles with your guide explaining the importance and fun facts of the different highlighted sites along the way.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    Bike and Roll Bicycle Rental - Washington, DC
    Coast through the streets of Washington DC, passing many historic landmarks, monuments, and attractions such as Washington Monument, The Reflecting Pool, the White House and more along your way with the Bike and Roll DC as you view the city at your will without the rigid structure of a tour group.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    Washington DC Hop On/ Hop Off Tours
    Explore Washington DC from an entirely new perspective in an open top tour bus as an expert guide narrates the most explored sites of the city for a two and a half-hour night tour.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    The Gettysburg Heritage Center
    For an unforgettable educational experience in Washington DC, head to the Gettysburg Heritage Center; this amazing museum is sure to be a wonderful addition to any visit to DC.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    Madame Tussauds Washington DC
    Madame Tussauds' in Washington DC is a great place to take your whole family for your next big trip to Washington DC, with so many different wax sculptures of famous people such as presidents,


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 10
    Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours
    Plan the best vacation to date when you take one of these amazing Bike and Roll Guided Bike Tours in the Washington DC area, where you can see multiple sites and monuments around the city to complete your trip!


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    Washington DC Guided Bus Tours
    To experience some of the most amazing landmarks and more in the Washington DC area, embark upon one of the Washington DC Guided Bus Tours.


  • Saturday, December 1 - Monday, December 31
    The Wharf Water Taxi
    Wehn you are in the Washington DC area, there is no better way to get from one tourist destination to the other than one of these magnificent water taxis.


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