2 Day Washington DC Educational Tour

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2 Day Washington DC Educational Tour

2 day Washington DC Educational Tour

For those groups who have a limited amount of time but want to experience as much of Washington DC as possible, our 2-Day Washington DC Educational Tour is perfect. Beginning with the White House, you will have the opportunity to visit many of the most-popular sites and attractions that DC has to offer.

You will enjoy a tour of Capitol Hill and the Supreme Court, see the monuments and memorials, visit the National Archives. experience the world-famous Smithsonian and Museums and much more. Plus, this tour may be customized to meet the needs of your group!

As with all of our tours, you may request a Customized Washington DC Educational Tour itinerary. We are happy to substitute sites and attractions in order to meet the needs of your group. In the event that weather conditions warrant, your tour guide will make the necessary changes to your itinerary to facilitate your group.

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2 Day Washington DC Educational Tour Detailed Itinerary


White House Photo Stop - Begin your two day tour with an exciting stop at the White House. See the home of the President of the United States. Be sure to take plenty of photos of the "Most-Famous Residence in the World".White House Tours

World War II Memorial - One of the newer memorials in Washington DC, the WW II Memorial commemorates the lives of those who fought bravely during the war. Both the campaigns in Europe and in the Pacific are remembered in this fitting tribute to "America's Greatest Generation".WW II Memorial

Jefferson Memorial - Visit the Memorial which honors the life of the original architect of the Declaration of Independence and the Third President of the United States, Thomas Jefferson.Jefferson Memorial

FDR Memorial - He was the one man American families looked to during the Great Depression and World War II. Franklin D. Roosevelt was also the only man who was elected as President of the United States for Four Terms.FDR Memorial

Capitol Hill Tour - The United States Senate and the House of Representatives reside in the U.S. Capitol Building. Before their Current home was constructed, the Supreme Court also resided in the Capitol Building.Capitol building

Supreme Court - The Highest Court in America is in session from the First Monday of October through early Summer. Experience a live Session Monday thru Wednesday or learn more about how the Court decides cases and more.Supreme Court of the United States
Library of Congress - The Library of Congress is the Largest Library in the World. It contains millions of books, photographs, manuscripts, maps and much more.Library of Congress in Washington DC

MLK Memorial - The MLK Memorial pays tribute to one of the Greatest African Americans to ever live. Martin Luther King, Jr. dedicated his life so that others could enjoy a better life and equality.MLK Memorial
Lincoln Memorial - Elected as the sixteenth President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln guided our nation during its darkest days - the Civil War. Two of his most-famous speeches are found within the Memorial on opposite walls.Lincoln Memorial
Vietnam Veterans Memorial - Thousands of brave men and women paid the ultimate price as they fought for the for those in South Vietnam. You will see their names inscribed on this wall.Vietnam Memorial
Korean Veterans Memorial - Sometimes called the "Forgotten War", the Korean War was fought to stop the spread of Communism into South Korea. This unique memorial remembers those who fought to preserve the freedoms of others.Korea War 2
Marine Corp Memorial - During the Pacific Campaign of World War II, the United States Marines raised our flag atop Mt. Suribachi on the Island of Iwo Jima during the battle in 1945.Marine Corps Memorial



Arlington National Memorial - Experience the moving ceremony known as the Changing of the Guard, visit the grave site of JFK, and see much more at Arlington Cemetery.Arlington
Fords Theater - On April 14, 1865, President Abraham Lincoln was watching a play at Ford's Theatre. See the place where this tragedy happened as well as the place where Lincoln died early the next morning.Ford's Theatre Washington DC
National Archives - Gaze upon the most-important documents in United States History at the National Archives. See the Constitution, the Declaration of Independence and a lot more.National Archives
Smithsonian Museums - Choose from the most-popular museums in the world at the Smithsonian. Choose from the Museum of Natural History and see the Hope Diamond or visit the Air and Space Museum to see the Spirit of St. Louis, the plane that Charles Lindberg flew in the first Trans-Atlantic flight.


What's Included

Professional Tour Guide Services
Customized Group Itinerary
Hotel Lodging (1 or 2 nights)
Breakfast at the Hotel
Lunch Daily 
Nightly Dinner (1 or 2)
All Entry Fees

Available Options
Additional Attractions

Basic Itinerary

Day 1
White House picture stop
World War 2 Memorial
Jefferson Memorial
Roosevelt Memorial
Tour Capital
Supreme Court
Library of Congress
Night tour
King Memorial
Lincoln Memorial
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Korean Veterans Memorial
Marine Corp Memorial

Day 2
Arlington National Memorial
Fords Theater
National Archives
Smithsonian Museums

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