- Experience moonlit views of Washington D.C's historical landmarks and monuments
- Learn about the great people who shaped the U.S. from a professional guide
- See breathtaking views of the U.S. capital, flooded with lights
Washington DC is remarkable after dark, and this combined shuttle/walking tour brings you a unique, breathtaking experience of the U.S. capitol city, flooded with night lights. You tour guide will hop off with you at each attraction and share important details of the monuments. Throughout the evening, you will learn about the memorials of famous American leaders who helped shape the United States. Many of the architectural landmarks in Washington, D.C. commemorate important chapters in American history.
On this tour, you will spend three hours visiting monuments and memorials including the breathtaking Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, the unprecedented Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Martin Luther King Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, and the inspiring Marine Corps War Memorial. In addition, stop by to view the White House and the US Capitol Building.
- Starting point: U.S. Navy Memorial
- US Capitol Building
- White House
- World War II Memorial
- Jefferson Memorial
- Martin Luther King Memorial
- Korean War Memorial
- Lincoln Memorial
- Vietnam Memorial
- Ending point: U.S. Navy Memorial
- Children (3-12yr)
701 Pennsylvania Ave NW, Washington, DC 20004, USA
Please meet your guide at the United States Navy Memorial
- Daily 7.30pm-10:30pm
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