The Grand Tour of Washington DC is the premier comprehensive Washington DC Tour that takes you to all the landmarks, monuments, museums and attractions in Washington DC. You get treated to 4 hours of live narrated tour with an experienced and knowledgeable tour guide who will take you to a journey through history with stop to the landmarks that tell the story of this great city, this great nation. We initiated the sightseeing tour in DC and still we are the best at it. Dr Zohery, with his over 25 years experience helping tourists rediscover the city, will make sure that it’s not only an ordinary bus trip to the places to visit in DC, but rather, an educational tour in which you witness history unfold under your very eyes. Don’t forget to bring your camera along because we’ll take you close to many stops where you can snap pictures of the Capitol building, the white house, the Lincoln Memorial, the Martin Luther King Memorial, to name a few…
The Grand Tour of Washington DC is the ultimate tour great memories are made of. Come aboard and be a part of history.
Adult Fare $39.00, Child Fare $19.00 (Age 3-11) Approx. 3 – 4 hours, Departure Time: 9AM from Hyatt Regency Hotel- 400 New Jersey Ave, NW, Washington, DC 20001(3 blocks from Union Station Metro) Ask us about hotel pickup and return availability and time from your Hotel.
* Union station * U.S. Capitol *Senate Office Building * Holocaust Museum * Washington Monument * Tidal Basin * Cherry Blossoms Trees * Patrick Henry Memorial * Watergate * Arlington National Cemetery * Georgetown* Old Executive Office Building * Blair House * White House * Treasury Department * Ellipse * National Christmas Tree * Zero Mile Stone * General Sherman Memorial * Freedom Plaza * General Pershing Memorial* Federal Triangle * General Pulaski Memorial * Fords Theater * Department of Commerce * National Archives * Old Post Office, The Pavilion * Navy Memorial * Evening Star Building * FBI* Trade Commission * U.S. Federal Court *Senators Offices * Reserve Officers Association * Supreme Court * Methodist Building * Library of Congress * Representatives Offices * U.S. Botanic Garden * Garfield Memorial * U.S. Grant Memorial * U.S. Capitol Reflecting Pool * Federal Mall * Smithsonian Museums * Air and Space Museum* Natural History & American History Museums* State Department * Albert Einstein Memorial* Bureau of Engraving and Printing * Kennedy Center for Performing Arts * Department of Interior* Federal Reserve * Organization of American States* Daughters of American Revolution Organization* Headquarter of American Red Cross
Step off and visit
White House (outside South Front for pictures)
Franklin Roosevelt Memorial
Martin Luther King Memorial
Lincoln Memorial (The same stop includes visiting Korean War Memorial, Vietnam Memorial and the Nurses Memorial)
Iwo Jima Memorial