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We offer City Tours Daily
7 days a week, 365 days Year Round!


The tour will begin at The White House Official Residence of the United States President Duration, you will have the chance to get down throughout the tour and also learn about many buildings/museums along the way: Pass By: Smithsonian Institution Building The Smithsonian Institution Building, located near the National Mall in Washington, D.C. behind the National Museum of African Art and the Sackler Gallery, houses the Smithsonian Institution's administrative offices and information center. FBI Headquarters The building received its official name, the J. Edgar Hoover F.B.I. Building, through Public Law, 92-520, which President Richard Nixon signed May 4, 1972, two days after Director Hoover’s death. President Gerald Ford dedicated the building on September 30, 1975. Old Post Office Pavilion View the District of Columbia Mayor's Building, FBI Federal Building, and United States National Archives. National Gallery of Art The National Gallery of Art, and its attached Sculpture Garden, is a national art museum in Washington, D.C., located on the National Mall.  The National Archives Museum The National Archives Building is home to more than three billion records in total, including the three most important documents in American history: the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights. Stop At: The U.S. Capitol Take pictures at the United States Capitol Building, President Garfield, General Ulysses S. Grant and Peace Memorials! Pass by The National Museum of the American Indian- a museum in the United States devoted to the culture of the indigenous peoples of the Americas. National Air and Space Museum-a museum in Washington, D.C., US. It was established in 1946 as the National Air Museum and opened its main building on the National Mall near L'Enfant Plaza in 1976. Stop At:  National World War II Memorial Iconic outdoor Memorial Honoring the 16 million Americans who served during World War II. Washington Monument 555 Ft tall landmark located on the National Mall to honor the United States first President! You will be in front of the Washington Monument to step down while exploring the WW2 Memorial. Pass By:   Jefferson Memorial Columned rotunda in the style of Rome's Pantheon on the man-made reservoir known as the Tidal Basin. Stop At:   Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial with views of the Thomas Jefferson Memorial and the Tidal Basin. Stop At:   Lincoln Memorial Parthenon-inspired tribute to Abraham Lincoln with a 19-ft. Marble Statue, murals & reflecting pool. Stop At:   Vietnam Veterans Memorial Monument to Vietnam War Service, featuring a wall with over 58,000 names of dead & missing soldiers. Stop At: The Korean War Veterans Memorial Outdoor Memorial commemorating people who served in the Korean War through lifelike statues. Stop At:  The Arlington National Cementary- John F. Kennedy Grave Site Walk up hill to visit the Kennedy's Grave, as well as Robert, Edward and Joseph Kennedy. You need to bring your ID or Passport to pass through security to enter.  Admission Ticket Included Stop At:   The Marine Corps Memorial - Statue Honoring U.S. Marines in World War II, depicting the iconic scene from Iwo Jima from 1945.  Pass By:   Air Force Memorial the United States Air Force Memorial honors the service and heritage of the men and women of the United States Air Force. The three stainless steel spires reach a height of 402 feet above sea-level. It is adjacent to the Arlington National Cemetery and overlooks the Pentagon. Pass By: The Pentagon Immense, five-sided Headquarters of the United States Defense Department.

World War II​ Memorial

Iconic outdoor Memorial Honoring the 16 million Americans who served during World War II.
Abraham Lincoln Memorial

4 years of Presidency and 4 years of Civil War. The end of slavery.
Thomas Jefferson Memorial

Principal author of the Declaration of Independence.​
U.S. Capitol
Meeting place of the U.S. Congress.
The White House

The home and workplace of all Presidents of the United States, except for George Washington, because the White House was under construction when he became President.
Library of Congress(Thomas Jefferson Building)

One of the largest Libraries in the World, the Gutenberg Bible can be found inside this library.
The Washington Monument

It was built to commemorate George Washington - the first American President. The World's tallest Obelisk (169.294 m). 555 feet and 5" tall.
Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

A Heroic Leader that fought for the Civil Rights in the United States, inspired by Mahatma Gandhi.
Arlington National Cemetery

A Military Cemetery, established during the American Civil War, formerly the estate of Confederate General Robert E. Lee and his wife, Mary Anna Lee.
Marine Corps War Memorial

A Memorial made of Bronze in Honor and Memory of the American Marine Corps that fought against the Japanese Empire on an Island called Iwo Jima almost at the end of World War II.
The Pentagon

The Headquarters of the United States Department of Defense, considered the world's largest Office Building.
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