This five hour Arlington, VA afternoon tour includes stops at popular sites including the Marine War Memorial, Air Force Memorial, Arlington Mansion/House, Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers and see the changing of the guard, the Eternal Flame at John Fitzgerald Kennedy grave site.
Witness the site of the largest battle ever fought on US soil on this day trip from Washington DC to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Relax on a picturesque drive through the Maryland and Pennsylvania countryside. Learn all about the Battle of Gettysburg through a show featuring narration and a detailed miniature military diorama, and visit Cemetery Ridge ' where President Lincoln delivered his historic Gettysburg Address. Get insights into the civilian experience of the bloody battle by visiting the restored home of George Washington Shriver.' Return to DC and wrap up your day with an evening tour of DC's famous monuments and memorials on a guided, small-group sightseeing tour.
What do Edgar Allan Poe and Benjamin Franklin have in common? Both made Philadelphia their home in their contribution to art and science. Your day trip from Washington DC to Philadelphia includes round-trip train tickets, a hop-on hop-off bus tour and lunch, so grab your family and let's go!
Discover the majesty of Niagara Falls on this self guided day trip from Washington DC! Just an 80 minute flight from DC to Niagara, where you'll enjoy fun-filled sightseeing shopping, dining and touring. Your trip includes lunch, airfare, transfers in Niagara Falls and tickets to the famous Maid of the Mist sightseeing cruise.
On this one-day tour to the city that never sleeps, you will have the opportunity to visit and see many of New York City's famous attractions. You'll visit Times Square, see the Empire State Building, and enjoy an amazing view of the Statue of Liberty and Ellis Island. This trip includes your transfers, lunch and a sightseeing tour.
Take a full-day tour from Washington DC to Mount Vernon and Arlington National Cemetery, two of Virginia's most popular attractions!' tour Mount Vernon, George Washington's home, and explore Arlington National Cemetery, where you'll see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and visit memorials including the Marine Corps Memorial.' End your day with' an evening tour of DC's famous monuments and memorials on this guided, small-group sightseeing tour. Hop on board a motor coach or open-air bus and enjoy an educational and entertaining narrated history of the nation's capital. Visit the famous memorials and monuments, with an illuminated view of the Washington Monument, the White House, the Lincoln Memorial, and many other popular points of interest.