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Best Senior Class Trips to Washington DC

Choosing the best senior class trip can be a daunting task. But Washington D.C. is an excellent option for those looking for an educational and fun experience all in one place. With so much to see and do, students will never get bored in our nation’s capital! Some of the major attractions include the Lincoln Memorial and the Washington Monument. Wonderful museum tours include Apollo 11, the Columbia command module, and the First Ladies Dress Collection. Most importantly, here are some top ideas for the best senior class trip in Washington, D.C.

Take A Tour Of The Memorials

No visit to D.C. would be complete without a tour of the memorials. Students will be blown away by the history and significance of these landmarks. Plus, it’s a great way to get some exercise while sightseeing!

Do A Night Cruise On The Potomac River

What better way to see the city than from the water? A night cruise on the Potomac River is a must-do while in D.C. You’ll get to see all the monuments lit up against the dark sky- it’s truly a magical experience.

Visit The Smithsonian Museums

There are so many incredible museums to choose from in D.C., but the Smithsonian museums are definitely a must-see. From art and history to science and nature, there’s something for everyone at these world-renowned institutions.

Make Memories That Last A Lifetime

At Four Winds Tours, we specialize in ensuring your group has the best experience possible while visiting D.C. We’ll work with you to create a custom itinerary that hits all the highlights and leaves plenty of time for fun and exploration.

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