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  • Washington, DC

    Washington, DC is one of the most famous cities in the world. Quaint neighbourhoods and grand avenues rub shoulders with impressive architecture and imposing monuments.

    • White House

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    • Capitol Building

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    • Cherry Blossom, Jefferson Memorial

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    • Adams Morgan District

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    • Lincoln Memorial

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    • Washington National Cathedral

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    • U Street Shopping

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    • The Phillips Collection

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    • Panda at Smithsonian National Zoo

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    • Smithsonian Castle

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    • Bustling Nightlife at Churchkey

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    • Dupont Circle Farmers Market

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    • Georgetown Harbour at Night

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    • Martin Luther King Memorial

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    • International Spy Museum

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    • Newseum

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    • Fly non-stop with British Airways, Virgin Atlantic and United Airlines

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    Washington, DC is one of the most famous cities in the world. Quaint neighbourhoods and grand avenues rub shoulders with impressive architecture and imposing monuments.

    The Smithsonian Institute is the largest museum cluster in the world.
    With so many landmarks, sightseeing is definitely on the agenda. Tour The White House. Wonder at the Washington Monument. Stroll along the Potomac River or enjoy a sunset picnic on the steps of the Jefferson Memorial.

    Visit the enchanting neighbourhood of Georgetown with its tree-lined streets, old stone buildings and riverside terraces and a plethora of boutiques and restaurants.

    Washington, DC’s shopping scene gives you enough reasons to bring an extra suitcase. From the charming shops in Georgetown to funky finds on U Street to the homegrown vendors at Eastern Market.

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    • Top Tip 1

      Food lovers will be overwhelmed by the choice of restaurants and variety of global cuisines. For great steak, head to Bobby Van's Steakhouse (809 15th Street NW), a favourite of congressmen and visiting dignitaries. If you're looking for a atmospheric lunch, try Gordon Biersch (900 F Street NW) with its own micro-brewery on-site.

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      Parking is very expensive and very limited, so leave your car at the hotel and take advantage of the Metro, which is one of the world’s most convenient, safe and clean subway systems. It is really easy to use - the routes and stops are clearly indicated on station maps and you can choose to purchase a single ticket, unlimited one day ticket or a weekly pass. Be aware that Georgetown doesn't have a Metro stop, the nearest is a pleasant 15 minute walk away.

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      Make sure you include a visit to The Smithsonian institution, the world’s largest museum and research complex boasting 16 museums and galleries. Start at the Visitor Information Center at the Smithsonian Castle where you can map your course - you can see as much or as little as you like and it's all free.

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      Whilst you're in Washington, DC, make a trip to Georgetown. It's the capital's elite region with great boutiques and restaurants. Georgetown also makes a perfect choice for those wanting to enjoy the delights of the city but stay in a more relaxed, slow-paced area. Our favourite hotels in Georgetown are Capella, which has incredible accommodations and offers the utmost in refined, personal service and The Ritz-Carlton Georgetown, a converted historic building featuring exposed brickwork and a soaring smokestack.

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      Even if you don't usually enjoy museums, you should include the International Spy Museum, showcasing the shadowy world of espionage and featuring a '50 Years of James Bond' exhibit, and Newseum, offering an in-depth look at the world of journalism.

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      As you would imagine, Washington, DC is filled with amazing nightlife. The different districts house a variety of styles from casual pubs to high-end wine bars. An amazing array of brewery's are being established, and they have spurred a number of 'Brew Tours' being available for real beer lovers.

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      The National Mall isn’t for shopping! Spanning 2.25 miles from the U.S. Capitol Building to the Lincoln Memorial, it is home to many monuments, memorials and museums. Mainly pedestrianized, the best way to see its many iconic attractions is on either a bike or Segway tour - both of which are tremendous fun!

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  • A Taste of the Capital Region

    Begins in and ends in Washington, DC

    15 Days / 14 Nights

    Departures: April to November

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    Your fly drive includes

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation
    • Accommodation as stated
    • Personalised Road Book
    • Jefferson Memorial

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    • Adams Morgan District

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    • Fort McHenry

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    • White House, Washington DC

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    • Cambridge, Chesapeake Bay Sunset

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    • St Michaels Sunset at Hooper Strait Lighthouse

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    • Baltimore, Maryland Zoo

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    • Charlottesville Vineyards

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    • Jefferson Memorial in Bloom

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    • Lincoln Memorial, Washington Dc

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    Arrive Washington DC

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Washington, DC. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel.

    Hotel: Rouge, a Kimpton Hotel

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    Washington DC

    We’ve allowed two full days for you to experience the vibrant and historical capital city. We suggest visits to the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, the Smithsonians many museums, Arlington Cemetery, the Capitol Building and, of course the White House, which is a must on any visit.

    Hotel: Rouge, a Kimpton Hotel

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    Baltimore

    Next it’s on to Baltimore, affectionately known as ‘Charm City’, which boasts almost three hundred years of history. Take a trip to Baltimore's Inner Harbor, where you can soar 27 storeys into the air at the Top of the World Observation Deck in the World Trade Centre, explore the World War II submarine, Torsk, and visit the National Aquarium.

    Hotel: Hotel Monaco, Baltimore

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    Annapolis

    Annapolis has a laid-back, maritime feel and some of the most stunning scenery on the east coast. The city’s narrow streets feature historic homes and restored buildings, such as Hammond-Harwood House from the 18th century and Maryland State House: completed back in 1779.

    Hotel: Loews Annapolis

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    St Michaels

    Today take the short journey to the beautiful Chesapeake Harbour Town of St Michaels. Known as the ‘town that fooled the British’, it is said that the townspeople hung lanterns in the trees during the War of 1812: causing the cannons to overshoot the houses.

    Hotel: The Inn at Perry Cabin

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    Cambridge

    Heading Southwest today you may wish to visit Tilghman Island, home of Chesapeake Bay’s remaining skipjacks and the small town of Oxford: once a major port and shipbuilding centre. The 1684 port town of Cambridge has many historic homes, buildings and museums.

    Hotel: Hyatt Regency Chesapeake Bay

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    Virginia Beach

    Travel down the Delmarva Peninsula today to the Chesapeake Bay Bridge, where you will travel under and over water! Virginia Beach is the world’s longest beach and, at sunset, it comes alive with people enjoying cocktails and heading to one of the many restaurants for a superb dinner.

    Hotel: Hilton Virginia Beach

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    Williamsburg

    Colonial Williamsburg is the most extensively restored 18th century town in the USA, so it’s well worth a visit. You may also choose to stop by Jamestown Island, where America’s first English settlement was established.

    Hotel: Kingsmill Resort

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    Charlottesville

    You may wish to route via Richmond today to see the White House of the Confederacy and Maymount Plantation. Then it's on to Charlottesville, where you’ll find Montecello, the home of Thomas Jefferson. Sitting atop a mountain in Albermarle, it is described as one of the country’s foremost architectural masterpieces.

    Hotel: Omni Charlottesville

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    Shenandoah National Park

    The most scenic drive of your itinerary, the picture perfect setting of Skyline Drive is quite breathtaking. Shenandoah Valley has over 500 miles of hiking trails, winding through lush forests and valleys filled with wildflowers, trickling streams and waterfalls. Luray Caverns are the largest caverns on the east coast and well worth a trip.

    Hotel: Skyland Lodge

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    Journey home

    Take the short drive back to the capital, return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £2440 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

    Colonial America

    Begins in and ends in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

    15 Days / 14 Nights

    Departures: year round

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    Your fly drive includes

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation.
    • Accommodations as stated
    • Personalised Road Book
    • George Washingtons Mount Vernon

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    • Abraham Lincoln

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    • Philadelphia Skyline

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    • Annapolis Waterfront

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    • Tall Ships in Baltimore

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    Arrive Philadelphia

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Philadelphia. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel. Why not start your trip with dinner at one of the traditional taverns?

    Hotel: Loews Philadelphia

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    Philadelphia

    Welcome to America’s 'Birthplace of Independence’ where many great attractions such as Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Franklin Court and the Betsy Ross House can be found. Dine in some of the country’s best restaurants and discover another great option in the city; tax free shopping.

    Hotel: Loews Philadelphia

    79Mi/131Km

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    Gettysburg

    Leaving the bright lights of Philadelphia behind you’ll discover Penn Dutch Country today, with visits to Kitchen Kettle Village and perhaps an Amish home. Drive through York to Gettysburg, once a battle site in the American Civil War.

    Hotel: Wyndham Gettysburg

    121Mi/205Km

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    Washington, DC

    Today you will be welcomed into America’s capital! Enjoy the famous monuments, the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, Washington Monument and Vietnam Veterans’ Memorial which are best viewed on a bike or Segway tour. Explore the Smithsonian’s many museums, visit Arlington Cemetery, the White House, Capitol Building and much more. This evening, choose a fabulous eatery or take in a performance at the Kennedy Centre or Ford’s Theatre.

    Hotel: Fairmont Georgetown

    105Mi/168Km

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    Richmond

    Richmond remains one of America's most handsome capital cities. Explore over 400 years of history, from Civil War to Civil Rights, magnificent architecture, world-class museums and monument-lined streets. Visit the Edgar Allan Poe Museum and the Museum and White House of the Confederacy, or indulge in Richmond's diverse shopping and dining scene.

    Hotel: Omni Richmond

    62Mi/100Km

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    Williamsburg

    Journey to Williamsburg, Virginia along scenic Route 5, and visit one of the many plantations along the way. Don’t miss Colonial Williamsburg, the most extensively restored 18th century town in the United States, or Jamestown Island, where America’s first English settlement was established. Visit exciting Busch Gardens for a day of fun and entertainment, and don’t miss the famous Williamsburg Pottery Outlet. Your accommodation for the next two nights boats a multi-pool complex and two golf courses.

    Hotel: Kingsmill Resort

    59Mi/94Km

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    Virginia Beach

    Visit Newport News’ impressive Mariner’s Museum or the Virginia Living Museum before travelling to Virginia Beach. Experience the Virginia Marine Science Museum where visitors attempt to predict the weather, or enjoy a simulated journey to the bottom of the sea. Visit nearby Norfolk and stroll through the acres of azaleas, camellias and roses.

    Hotel: Hilton Virginia Beach

    217Mi/347Km

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    Annapolis

    Today your drive takes you north to Annapolis, Maryland’s colonial capital city and now a favourite yachting port. Explore the charming harbour and visit the US Naval Academy.

    Hotel: Loews Annapolis

    30Mi/48Km

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    Baltimore

    A short drive brings you to Baltimore, America’s 'Renaissance City’, with its glittering harbour and National Aquarium. Plan a visit to Baltimore’s Inner Harbour for unique shops, live entertainment and diverse eateries.

    Hotel: Hotel Monaco, Baltimore

    91Mi/150Km

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    Journey home

    Enjoy the diverse scenery en route back to Philadelphia where you return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £2095 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request. 

  • In Freedom's Footsteps: Philadelphia to Washington, DC

    Begins in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and ends in Washington, DC

    11 Days / 10 Nights

    Departures: April, May, June, September and October

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    Your escorted tour includes

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Accommodation for 10 nights as specified
    • 10 breakfasts, 5 lunches & 6 dinners
    • Air-conditioned motorcoach transportation
    • Services of a Tauck Tour Director
    • Classic tour
    • Capitol Building, Washington DC

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    • City of Philadelphia

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    • Washington Monument

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    • Shenandoah National Park

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    • President Jefferson's Hill Top House, Monticello

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    Arrive Philadelphia

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Philadelphia. Upon arrival, a transfer to your hotel, the Sofitel Philadelphia, is included. This evening meet up with your fellow Tauck travellers for a welcome cocktail reception and dinner. 

    Hotel: Sofitel Philadelphia (Dinner included)

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    Philadelphia

    Steeped in history, Philadelphia combines the old with the new. Enjoy a day exploring the many attractions. Begin the morning with an early-opening private tour of the Museum of the American Revolution, followed by a horse-drawn carriage ride through the historic district. Tour Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed, and view the Liberty Bell, before spending the rest of the day as you please.

    Hotel: Sofitel Philadelphia (Breakfast included)

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    Amish Country & Gettysburg

    Travel through rolling Pennsylvania farmland to Lancaster County for a guided tour that reveals the cultural traditions of the Amish. Continue on to Gettysburg National Military Park for a visit to the amazing interpretive center and the Gettysburg Museum of the American Civil War which features 12 exhibit galleries. Following dinner, a storyteller recounts the harrowing experience of civilians trapped in the town of Gettysburg during the ferocious fighting.

    Hotel: The Gettysburg Hotel (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Harper's Ferry & Shenandoah National Park

    A morning drive with a Gettysburg expert takes you through some of the battlefields, viewing pivotal sites and hearing their stories. Travel on to Harpers Ferry, West Virginia, where you’ll visit to the site of John Brown’s failed 1859 raid on the town’s federal arsenal. You'll travel through some of these towns as you continue on this afternoon to Charlottesville, Virginia for a two-night stay.

    Hotel: Omni Charlottesville Hotel (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Monticello & Charlottesville

    Today you travel to Charlottesville for a visit to the third U.S. President Thomas Jefferson’s beloved Monticello, hilltop house. After lunch featuring colonial fare and servers in 18th-century period attire, visit the University of Virginia’s landmark Rotunda and Grounds. You’ll end the afternoon with a private presentation on “Slavery, the Plantation and the Civil War” by Dr. Leni Sorensen. 

     

    Hotel: Omni Charlottesville Hotel (Breakfast and lunch included)

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    Richmond & Jamestown

    Begin the day with a private guided tour of the historic Virginia State Capitol, designed by Thomas Jefferson and French architect Charles-Louis Clérisseau, and modeled after an ancient Roman temple in southern France. Following lunch at a local bistro, enjoy a walking tour of Richmond's historic center led by guides from the city's celebrated 120-year-old history museum, The Valentine. Today’s final destination is Colonial Williamsburg, where you’ll spend the next two nights. 

     

    Hotel: Williamsburg Lodge (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Colonial Williamsburg

    Colonial Williamsburg is yours to explore as you please. Discover the recreated cobblestone streets which bring a bygone era back to life. Encounter local residents, from artisans and tradespeople to militiamen and ordinary citizens. Visit authentically restored buildings such as the Governor’s Palace, Raleigh Tavern and Bruton Parish Church. You’ll enjoy activities and demonstrations throughout the day.

    Hotel: Williamsburg Lodge (Breakfast included)

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    Washington DC

    This morning visit magnificent Mount Vernon, the estate of America’s first president, George Washington. Overlooking the Potomac River, explore the state-of-the-art interactive museum, the 18th century mansion and landscaped grounds. You’ll have a late afternoon arrival in Washington, DC, and dine at a local restaurant.

    Hotel: The Willard Washington, DC (Breakfast, lunch and dinner included)

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    Washington DC

    Today you’ll start with a sightseeing tour of iconic Washington sights, including the White House, Capitol Hill, the National Mall, the Washington Monument and the Jefferson Memorial. On a visit to the Lincoln Memorial, you’ll have an opportunity to see the poignant memorials to those who served in World War II, the Korean War and the Vietnam War. Then it’s on to Newseum, a captivating museum featuring interactive exhibits about the world of media.

    Hotel: The Willard Washington, DC (Breakfast included)

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    Washington DC

    This morning it’s an early admission to the Rotunda of the National Archives for a private viewing of the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. The afternoon is free for you to take in more attractions, or perhaps go shopping. This evening, a memorable week concludes with a farewell reception and dinner.

    Hotel: The Willard Washington, DC (Breakfast and dinner included)

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    Journey Home

    Time for some last minute shopping before you transfer to the airport for your return flight to the UK.

    Prices

    From £4239 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request. 

  • Washington, DC, City Break

    Washington, DC

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    • Washington, DC, City Break

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    • Hotel Rouge, Lobby

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    • Hotel Rouge, Accommodations

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    One of the most enjoyable city's on the east coast, Washington DC affords numerous attractions and museums and offers a wide selection of neighbourhoods each with it's own unique charm. This package includes:

    • Non-stop flights from Heathrow to Washington, DC with Virgin Atlantic (UK connection flights also available)
    • 3 nights at Hotel Rouge, Washington, DC
    Prices

    From £929 per person, based on two adults sharing, travelling in low season.

    Washington, DC, Bike Tours

    Washington, DC

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    • Monuments By Night Tour

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    • Capital Sites Tour

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    • Photo Stop at the Capitol Building

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    Whether you are travelling alone or with family or friends, there is no better way to see Washington DC than on a bike or segway tour. Easy paths allow you to move freely as you embark on your tour be it during the day or a night. With your tour guide narrating, stop by all the sites Washington DC has to offer and take some memorable photos.

    Capital Sites Tour

    The Capital Sites guided bike tour is the best way to start your visit in Washington, DC. Get up close to the monuments and memorials as you Bike the Sites® of Capitol Hill and the National Mall. While you will stay with your bike for the duration of the tour, frequent stops are made for photo opportunities as your guide shares unique facts and history.

    Duration: 3 Hours

    Monuments Tour

    Monuments guided bike tour is the ultimate Washington DC highlights tour. Spend a few hours exploring the monuments and memorials on The National Mall; your guide will share unique facts and history at each stop before allowing a few minutes for exploration and photos. No other tour in DC will get you an up close look to as many sites in the same amount of time. Those on foot will envy you!

    Duration: 3 Hours

    Day Bike Rental

    Explore the Washington DC area on wheels, with your own itinerary and schedule. Take your bike to a Smithsonian museum, cycle along the Potomac River, or head to one of the area’s extensive bike trails. Rentals of comfort bikes, kids’ bikes, and trailer tandems are available daily. 

    Prices

    Capital Sites Tour

    From £34 per adult and £25 per child (aged 12 and under)

    Monuments Tour

    From £34 per adult and £25 per child (aged 12 and under)

    Day Bike Rental

    From £35 per adult and £23 per child (aged 12 and under)

     

    Washington, DC Dining Cruises

    Washington, DC

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    • Spirit of Washington

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    • Spirit of Washington Dining Room

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    Set sail with Entertainment Cruises along the Potomac River and enjoy the sights of Washington, DC, whilst enjoying fabulous food and live entertainment by the onboard DJ.

    Spirit Of Washington Lunch Cruise

    Aboard the Spirit of Washington Lunch Cruise, you’ll be treated to a two hour long onboard historical tour of some of Washington DC’s greatest landmarks while you enjoy creative dishes from the lunch buffet menu. Cruising south, you will marvel at sights like Old Town Alexandria, National Harbor and the Washington Monument. The Spirit of Washington rooftop lounge provides the perfect vantage point for great views of these impressive attractions, whilst music is played on return to the dock adding casual entertainment and ambiance.

    Duration: 2 hours

    Spirit Of Washington Dinner Cruise

    Enjoy impressive Washington DC sights spectacularly lit during an evening Dinner Cruise along the Potomac River. Incredible views of National Harbor, the Capitol Dome and the Washington Monument can be seen from Spirit of Washington’s rooftop lounge or the windows around the climate-controlled decks. A contemporary dinner buffet, cocktails and other beverages are available whist onboard . DJ entertainment is present throughout the evening, playing popular music during the cruise. Dinner cruises run two and half hours to three hours in length and are perfect for a unique night out with friends and family. The atmosphere also suits couples looking for a special night out together.

    Duration: 2.5 to 3 hours

    Prices

    Spirit Of Washington Lunch Cruise

    From £60 per adult and £36 per child.

    Spirit Of Washington Dinner Cruise

    From £98 per person.

    Washington, DC, Segway Tours

    Washington, DC

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    • Visting The Monuments

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    • Exploring By Segway

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    Whether you are travelling alone or with family or friends, there is no better way to see Washington DC than on a bike or segway tour. Easy paths allow you to move freely as you embark on your tour be it during the day or a night. With your tour guide narrating, stop by all the sites Washington DC has to offer and take some memorable photos.

    Sites by Segway

    Explore the National Mall and experience the joy and freedom of riding the most unique vehicle created. After learning how to ride your Segway, you’ll roll right up the center of Pennsylvania Avenue, glide to the monuments and memorials on the National Mall, and visit some fun off-the-mall spots along the way.

    Duration: 2.5 Hours

    Prices

    From £53 per person

    Trolley Tours of Washington, DC

    Washington, DC

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    Explore Washington, DC at your own pace, hopping on and off as you desire and spending as much or little time at each site as you choose. Old Town Trolley Tours visit all the sights of the nation’s capital and are fully narrated.

    Board the orange and green trolley and visit the United States Capitol Building, the Supreme Court and several of the Smithsonian Museums. See for yourself why so many people are in awe of the Lincoln Memorial and learn the touching stories behind the Vietnam Veterans and World War II Memorials.Take your time to stroll through the Museum of American History and learn more about Ford’s Theatre and that fateful night when Abraham Lincoln was assassinated.

    A choice of 25 stops offers access to over 100 of Washington, DC's most incredible attractions and districts. 

    Prices

    From £35 per adult & £27 per child

    DC Ducks Tour

    Washington, DC

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    • See The Sights By Land

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    • Then Take To The Water

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    • Cruise The City

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    First, you'll see many magnificent Washington, DC points of interest. Next, hold onto your seat as you head straight for the Potomac River, and take the big splash!

    The tour is taken aboard an authentic, fully restored DC Duck vehicle. The Ducks were created in 1942 following the attack on Pearl Harbor and became a vital means of transporting supplies from ships to areas that did not have port facilities. Now, they provide one of the most entertaining ways of sightseeing. Your DC Ducks takes you on a journey through the city to see various malls, monuments and museums before heading to the Potomac for a leisurely river cruise. Along the way, expert Conducktors will amuse and enlighten with intriguing facts, historical accounts and tales about the capital city.

    Once in the river, the DC Duck Tour will sail past various spots of interest, including Gravely Point, where you may just glimpse an airplane overhead as it soars in for a landing at the Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. This 90 minute adventure departs every 30 minutes from Union Station.

    Prices

    From £35 per adult & £26 per child

    International Spy Museum

    Washington, DC

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    • International Spy Museum

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    • The World Of Espionage

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    The International Spy Museum is the only museum in the USA which is solely dedicated to espionage and the only one in the world to provide a global perspective on an all-but-invisible profession that has shaped history and continues to have a significant impact on world events.

    The Museum features the largest collection of international espionage artifacts ever placed on public display, many of which are being seen by the public for the first time. These artifacts illuminate the work of famous spies and pivotal espionage actions as well as help bring to life the strategies and techniques of the men and women behind some of the most secretive espionage missions in world history.

    This intriguing museum offers interactive displays and rotating galleries, currently 50 years of James Bond Villains, and is a must see on any visit. 

    Prices

    From £20 per adult & £14 per child

    Newseum

    Washington, DC

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    • Newseum Displays

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    • Newseum Exterior

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    The Newseum, promotes, explains and defends free expression and the five freedoms of the First Amendment: religion, speech, press, assembly and petition.

    Since opening in 2008, more than six million have visited its modern building located on historic Pennsylvania Avenue between the United States Capitol and the White House. The Newseum’s seven levels of interactive exhibits include 15 galleries and 15 theaters. Among the most memorable exhibits are the 9/11 Gallery featuring the broadcast antennae from the top of the World Trade Center, the Berlin Wall Gallery whose eight concrete sections are one of the largest pieces of the original wall outside Germany, and the Pulitzer Prize Photographs Gallery which features photographs from every Pulitzer Prize-winning entry dating back to 1942.

    Considered one of the most interactive museums in the world, the Newseum experience also traces the evolution of electronic communication from the birth of radio, to the technologies of the present and the future.

    Prices

    From £20 per adult & £13 per child