Search a wide variety of attractions, things to do, and sightseeing tours in Washington, DC. There is so much to see in Washington DC, and with heavy traffic and extremely limited parking, the best way to see the sights and make the most of your time is with one of our hop on hop off bus tours.

We take you to see it all, from the White House and the Capitol to the Smithsonian and Arlington National Cemetery. We also offer tours to Mount Vernon, Williamsburg, Gettysburg, and more. Most visitors spend several days in Washington DC as there is so much to see. Besides bus tours, there are also a variety of food tours, bicycle tours, ghost tours, photography tours and museum tickets, to name a few.

Washington DC


  • A day in Washington DC
  • Tour of the US Captiol
  • Many options for the day including: Visiting the White House Visitor Center in the Department of Commerce building, Visiting the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Visiting the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Visiting the National Air and Space Museum, Visiting the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and much more
  • Meal voucher for lunch at the Reagan Building Food Court, subject to availability
  • Pizza and buffet dinner at MaGill's, or equivalent restaurant
  • Deluxe motorcoach transportation


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The seventh grade trip to Philadelphia was a wonderful experience for all of our students. While at the Franklin Institute, the students were able to tour the museum and visit those sites that interested them the most, sites that provided them with opportunities for hands-on learning. At the Constitution Center, students viewed the dramatic presentation of "Freedom Rising", which chronicled our move toward independence and the creation of our form of government under the United States Constitution. The final stops for the students were a walk down the street to view The Liberty Bell, a world-wide symbol of freedom, a …

--homas Kemnitzer

West Hempstead Middle School, Philadelphia Field Trip, May 2008