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Tour Stops 

Explore each of these Iconic Washington DC Attractions for 15 - 25 minutes.  Perfect opportunity for amazing photos.

US Capitol

The United States Capitol is the home of the United States Congress and the seat of the Legislative Branch of the U.S. Federal Government.

Ford's Theatre

Ford's Theatre is a historic theater located in Washington D.C. that is most famous for being the site of President Abraham Lincoln's assassination in 1865.

Jefferson Memorial

The Jefferson Memorial is a presidential memorial in Washington D.C. dedicated to Thomas Jefferson, one of the most important founding fathers of the United States and the third President of the country. The memorial is located on the south bank of the Tidal Basin, near the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument.

Korean War Veterans Memorial

The Korean War Veterans Memorial is a national memorial located in Washington D.C. dedicated to the service members who fought in the Korean War.

Lincoln Memorial

In a city of icons, the inspiration for the back of a penny stands out in the crowd.

Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial

The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial is a monument in Washington D.C. dedicated to the civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. The memorial features a statue of Martin Luther King Jr. standing with his arms crossed, carved into a large block of granite. Inscriptions of quotes from King's speeches are also featured on the walls of the memorial.

National Mall

The National Mall is from the Lincoln Memorial to the US Capitol Building. Most of our stops are on the National Mall

Reflecting Pool

The Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool is a large rectangular pool located in Washington D.C., between the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. It is one of the most iconic landmarks in the city and a popular spot for tourists and locals alike.

Tidal Basin

The beautiful Tidal Basin actually serves a practical purpose, flushing the adjacent Washington Channel. Two Tour Stops (Jefferson Memorial and Martin Luther King, Jr) are on the Tidal Basin.

Vietnam Veterans Memorial

The Vietnam Veterans Memorial has over 5 million visitors each year. This memorial site is on the National Mall, along the popular Reflecting Pool. The memorial conveys a quiet, reflective mood.
You can visit the memorial 24/7.

Washington Monument

The Washington Monument is an obelisk-shaped monument located in Washington D.C., on the National Mall. It was built to honor George Washington, the first President of the United States and one of the country's founding fathers.

White House

The White House is the official residence of the President of the United States. It has been home to every president since John Adams in 1800 and serves as a symbol of the American people and their government.

World War II Veterans Memorial

The National World War II Memorial is a national memorial in Washington D.C. that honors the 16 million people who served in the Armed Forces of the United States, the more than 400,000 who died, and all who supported the war effort from home during World War II.

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