Fun Things to do in Washington D.C.

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The silhouette of Thomas Jefferson at the Jefferson Memorial in Washington, D.C.

Speed your way into the U.S. Capitol building and National Archives, plus experience every major site, from the Jefferson Memorial to the FDR, Lincoln and MLK Memorials. In season, a cruise on the Potomac is a highlight. Lunch at the renovated L’Enfant Plaza is included. This is one of our Washington D.C. day tour recomendations. – by Viator.

D.C. by Bike

Trees and headstones at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.

After an expert bike fitting, you’ll join a small group tour for a long but easy (and flat) ride through the National Mall, home to the major sites of D.C. Photo stops are featured, including the White House, Korean and Vietnam War Memorials, WWII War memorial, the Supreme Court and Library of Congress, to name a few. – by Viator.

Ghostly Georgetown

Townhouses in the Georgetown neighborhood of Washington, D.C.

Historic Georgetown is a quaint, much-sought-after part of D.C…. with plenty of lurid tales to tell. Enjoy an easy walking tour that culminates in the steps featured in the horror classic, “The Exorcist.” Spooky and different is how we describe this tour. – by Get Your Guide

Arlington National Cemetery Small Group

Trees and headstones at Arlington National Cemetery in Washington, D.C.

The finest men and women who served their country are buried here. You’ll see Robert E. Lee’s home (Arlington was seized from him at the end of the Civil War) and visit the graves of numerous luminaries of American history. The Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is a given! – by Viator.

Old Town Alexandria and Mount Vernon – George Washington’s Story

George Washington's house at Mount Vernon.

A short ride from D.C. brings you to the quant town of Alexandria. See the Masonic Temple, Christ Church and enjoy a walking tour of George Washington’s home at Mount Vernon. Many clients bring a picnic lunch to enjoy, or there is a food court option available to buy lunch. – by Get Your Guide.

Washington D.C. is 12 square miles bordered by reality.” -Andrew Johnson

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