Washington And Arlington Tour

Please bring along comfortable walking shoes.

Departure: 8:00 am

Pickup: In front of the Arlington Metro station


adults $119.99

children (3-11) $109.99

About this tour

  • Guests are required to meet us in front of Arlington Metro Station no later than 7:45 am
  • Full day, 8 hour narrated tour with live Tour Guide
  • Potomac River Cruise (Mar-Sep)
  • Set price for adults and children
  • Tour includes lunch break at Pentagon Mall (Oct-Feb) Georgetown (Mar-Sep)
  • You step off and visit sites with a live Tour Guide
  • You get free water during the tour
  • Ponchos are provided in case of rain

Places you will visit

These are actual stops where you can actually visit. You step off the bus with the tour guide for a narrated exploration of the place.

What you will see

These are important landmarks that you will see during the tour. You will be able to snap pictures from the bus but they’re not actual stops.

The Capitol Building

See the United States Parliament building where our laws are made under the United States Constitution. The place where our Senators and House Of Representatives work.

  • Washington Monument
  • J. Edgar Hoover Building

Martin Luther King Memorial

See the newest memorial to the great civil rights leader Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Situated along the Tidal Basin and overlooking the cherry trees. Walk through the Mountain of Despair, read Dr. King’s famous speeches, and gaze upon the Stone of Hope.

  • National Archives Building
  • Grant Memorial
  • Washington National Cathedral

Korean War Memorial

See this haunting and realistic tribute to our Korean War Veterans. This engaging memorial of granite, stainless steel and juniper is sure to engage and capture your attention.

  • The Kennedy Center
  • Japanese Cherry Trees
  • Peace Monument

Arlington Cemetery

Visit America’s hollowed grounds and see the resting place of our 35th President JFK, the Tomb of the Unknowns and the Changing of the Guard ceremony.

  • Taft memorial
  • Freedom Plaza
  • National Mall

World War II Memorial

Situated near the center of the National Mall, see this fitting tribute to our WII veterans (The Greatest Generation). Gaze upon the Freedom Wall (wall of stars), stand beneath the Atlantic and Pacific Pavilions and locate your state’s pillar.

  • District of Columbia War Memorial
  • Holocaust Museum
  • National Gallery of Art

Lincoln Memorial

Visit Washington’s Greek Temple and National Memorial to our 16th President Abraham Lincoln. See the statue of President Lincoln, read the Gettysburg Address and see the National Reflecting Pool.

  • Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum
  • Bureau of Engraving & Printing
  • Jefferson Memorial

The White House

See the home of our President and one of the oldest buildings in our Nations Capital, Lafayette Square, the West Wing and the Blair House. Find out how the White House got it’s name and learn it’s history!

FDR Memorial

Walk through a park of history, follow a chronological timeline of our 32nd President’s four (4) terms in office, see the Breadline, Fala (FDR’s Dog), and two statues of President Roosevelt.

Vietnam War Memorial Wall

Walk along the memorial wall and see the names of those who sacrificed and served our nation, in one of our most moving and fitting tributes. See the Statue of the Infantry Men and learn the story of the Vietnam War.

Nurses Memorial

Learn the story of our Nurse’s tremendous service and sacrifice and you gaze upon the Women’s Vietnam Memorial.

Jefferson Memorial

Read the Declaration of Independence, see ionic columns, a massive dome, and a statue to one of our nations founding fathers, Thomas Jefferson. See the White House, cherry trees, and the Tidal Basin from the steps of the memorial.

Air Force Memorial

See this soaring tribute to the United States Air Force as your eyes are drawn to the sky by Freed’s massive and impressive design. See the Pentagon and Arlington National Cemetery.

Potomac River Cruise

Enjoy a beautiful, relaxing and live narrated tour along the Potomac River. See the monuments from the river. You’ll see the Kennedy Center for Performing Arts, the Watergate Hotel and many more…