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Washington: Cherry Blossom Tour

1. Washington: Cherry Blossom Tour

Experience an engaging 4-hour tour of the beautified region, learning the powerful history behind the city’s renowned monuments and landmarks. Embedded along Washington, DC’s Potomac Tidal Basin is one of the city’s most beloved springtime sceneries. Each year, residents and tourists from around the world visit Washington, DC to get a glimpse of the stunning frenzy of blushing pink petals that redefine the Tidal Basin and National Mall’s formal landscape, elegantly welcoming the long-awaited warmth of spring. Get your eyes, ears, and cameras ready, and prepare yourself to be wowed.

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Washington D.C: Full Day Walking Tour with Private Guide

2. Washington D.C: Full Day Walking Tour with Private Guide

Explore the presidential city of Washington D.C on a private full-day walking tour. See the city's iconic landmarks such as the White House and the Washington Monument. Stop by the many memorials including the Lincoln Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial and the Vietnam Memorial, and the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial. After your morning walking tour, catch a brief taxi ride to an area where your guide will recommend several spots for lunch (the price of lunch is not included). After lunch, join your guide for a tour of one of the Smithsonian Museums, where you will have the opportunity to see the original Star-Spangled Banner.

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Washington DC: Private Night Walking Tour

3. Washington DC: Private Night Walking Tour

See the illuminated monuments and memorials of Washington DC after the sunset. Experience the stunning architecture of DC as you uncover its rich political history. Follow your guide to the Washington Monument, FDR Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Korean Veterans Memorial and World War II Memorial. Once the crowds disperse at night, buildings light up, making it an ideal time to explore Washington DC. On this tour, discover explore the most important national memorials of America's capital, as you understand their place in the country's history. Uncover the monuments dedicated to historical figures such as George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Get the chance to commemorate Vietnam and Korean veterans, as well as those lost during World War II. As you walk, listen to your guide share stories about the circumstances around how the National Mall was built over the centuries, from Dolly Madison and Eliza Hamilton's efforts to build the Washington Monument to the then 21-year-old Maya Lin's design of the Vietnam Memorial.

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Washington D.C: Private Half-Day Walking Tour

4. Washington D.C: Private Half-Day Walking Tour

Explore Washington D.C, the capital of the United States on a half-day private tour. Bring your cameras or phones with you as you'll want to snap the city's most famous landmarks and monuments as you walk around. Start your private tour with your guide at the White House where you'll learn all about American politics. Enjoy the opportunity to take a photo outside the most famous residence in the country. Continue to the US Capitol Building, the famous seat of Congress. Then, visit the Korean War Veterans Memorial and stop at the Lincoln Memorial. Finally, finish the tour at the Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial.

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What people are saying about Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

Very comfortable bus and easy to find pick up location. Enjoyed our guide,Jana. Hard to understand her accent at times but she was very knowledgeable. She seemed a little unsure on the timing but kept tour moving along. She mentioned that some people don’t like too much information on tours; but I would’ve been fine with more information. perhaps some memorable personal stories about famous people we heard about. Having the students and adults look for certain clues at some of the monuments was clever and made us pay attention and search and remember.