Enjoy delicious cuisine and live entertainment with a view of Washington, DC on this 4-hour dinner cruise along the Potomac River. On board the elegant Odyssey cruise ship, choose from one of three exquisitely decorated glass atrium dining rooms or head to the open-air observation deck to admire the view. Dine on a delicious 3-course meal, then dance the night away or see the famous sites of the nation’s capital — like the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, Reagan National Airport and much more under a moonlit sky.
See the very best of Washington, DC with a 6-hour combination tour that takes in the city by bus, on foot and with a sightseeing cruise of the Potomac River (in season). Choose a longer tour for plenty of time to snap photos at the White House and U.S. Capitol Building, explore DC’s presidential memorials and moving war memorials and browse for souvenirs at the Pentagon City Shopping Mall. Finish the day onboard a Potomac River boat, which is the perfect way to get unobstructed views of key sites.
See Washington, D.C. light up for the season with a 3-hour, holiday lights sightseeing tour of the city’s most important landmarks. Visit the evergreen ‘People’s Tree’ at the U.S. Capitol, then take in the National Christmas Tree at the White House Ellipse. Walk through the State and Territory trees that celebrate traditions from around the United States, and enjoy a festive atmosphere with a model train village, Santa’s Workshop and holiday music. Finish your tour at the Lincoln Memorial for unforgettable nighttime views of the Capitol Building and Washington Monument.
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!
Let a passionate local foodie be your guide to everything Italian in Washington, DC. This walking tour through Dupont Circle and nearby Logan Circle allows you to discover the area’s history, architecture and culture while enjoying four to five tastings at several culinary gems. Select from two departure times for a 3.5-hour food experience limited to 16 people.
Explore Washington DC on this half-day sightseeing tour led by a knowledgeable driver-guide. Departing from Union Station, the narrated 4-hour loop stops at seven of the city's many memorials with time for you to enjoy each independently. Visit the Iwo Jima Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Korean War Memorial, FDR Memorial, Dr Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial and World War II Memorial. On board the bus, you'll also see additional memorials and attractions like the White House.
Don't waste time standing on a long taxi line. Book your private Washington Dulles airport ride in advance and enjoy complimentary meet & greet service at baggage claim area or outside international Customs.Transfer services are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Choose from a luxury sedan transfer for three people or a VIP sport utility vehicle (SUV) transfer that comfortably carries up to six passengers. Both vehicles feature stylish and spacious interiors and you will be met and escorted by a professional chauffeur.
The private tour of Washington is a tour designed for individuals and small groups who want to tour Washington DC in a private company with the option of choosing the time the itinerary and the monuments and attractions that they want to see. It lasts about 4 hours and can scheduled any day of the week at any time day or night. You will be picked up at your hotel at the beginning of the tour and dropped off at the end of the tour. it's a fully narrated tour in English. if you have special language requirements please call ahead of time to make arrangements.
See where America's 19th-century nouveau-riche built the showstopping mansions that serve as ambassador residences today. The two-hour walking tour of Washington's "Embassy Row" is a feast of architectural grandeur, a springboard for Gilded Age social history, and a window into diplomatic life.
This local food tour invites you on the long standing tradition of happy hour. Learn the history and rapidly growing foodie culture of 14th Street as you make your way to three local stops to explore tasty flavors and drinks that make the area so mouthwatering! You'll learn the stories behind the restaurants, DC history and connect to the community. You'll also be part of DC's First One-For-One Food Tour, where a portion of every ticket goes to feed district residents in need! Come taste the district.
From the Capital of Government to the Capital of Tourism...enjoy a one day trip by rail from Washington DC to New York including sightseeing, dining and shopping.. A double decker bus will wisk you around town to see all the sites NY is famous for while your one price trip includes a 2 course lunch at Hard Rock cafe or Dave and Busters Times Square. Kids will enjoy seeing the Empire State Building, United Nations, Apollo Theater, Rockefeller Center, Battery park with views of the Statue of Liberty and so much more.
This is a personalized service of transportation without the discomfort of taxi lines and the inconvenience stops of a ride sharing shuttle Services. This is a reliable, personalized and convenient service with professional and experienced drivers with luxury cars such as Sedans and SUVs. This service includes meet and greet inside of the airport at the baggage claim area and escorting to the vehicle.
See Washington D.C.'s most memorable sites with knowledgeable and passionate local guides, by night! This 4-hour tour uncovers the beauty of Washington D.C. after the sun sets. We will tour Rosslyn, Georgetown, the Potomac River waterfront, the National Cathedral, Dupont Circle, Chinatown, Downtown, the National Mall, and the magnificent monuments and memorials illuminated by night.
See Washington D.C.'s most memorable sites with knowledgable and passionate local guides! This full-day tour covers a comprehensive look at the intricate history of D.C. and visits to the most iconic landmarks and monuments in the city. The tour includes a guided visit to Arlington Cemetery, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Korean War Memorial, FDR Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, the World War II Memorial, Ford's Theater, Iwo Jima Memorial, Airforce Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr., National Memorial, and the Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Enjoy savings and flexibility with the Washington DC Explorer Pass. This multi-attraction pass, valid for 30 days after your first use, provides admission to your choice of three attractions, tours or activities at one price. Choose from 10 top experiences and things to do, such as a hop-on hop-off bus tour, Mount Vernon, the Crime Museum and a riverboat cruise with prime views of DC monuments. A provided guidebook helps you make the most of your time in the city. Save time with direct entry to attractions on your mobile device – simply show your pass using your smartphone!
See Washington D.C.'s most memorable sites with knowledgeable and passionate local guides! This 4-hour tour uncovers the major sites and attractions in D.C. during the bustling daytime hours. We will tour Rosslyn, Georgetown, the Potomac River waterfront, the National Cathedral, Dupont Circle, Chinatown, Downtown, the National Mall, and the magnificent monuments.
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.
America’s most famous building is also one of its most haunted. The ghostly history of the U.S. Capitol campus is revealed in a two-hour walk led by a licensed D.C. tour guide who is also a local actor.