Washington D.C.: Our Nation's Seat

Someone once said that our nation’s capitol was designed and built to intimidate other heads of state. One only needs to visit to see how this was accomplished. Washington, D.C. is a must see for anyone but especially for students. Beautiful monuments, inspiring tours, museums, historical and government buildings bring our nations history to life.

Sample Itinerary

Day 1 :Morning/Afternoon: Transfer from the airport and board a chartered bus for a guided tour including stops at the White House, Holocaust Memorial, U.S. Capitol Building, Grant Memorial, Albert Einstein Monument and Vietnam Memorial.
Night tour including stops at the Jefferson, Lincoln, Korean, Nurses and Vietnam Memorials.

Day 2 :Morning: Guided tour including visits to Haines Point and Arlington Cemetery.
Afternoon: Smithsonian Institute.
Evening: Night tour of Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and Iwo Jima Memorial.

Day 3:Morning/Afternoon: Guided tour including visits to the Bureau of Engraving and Printing, Ford Theater, Peterson House, the Archives Building and the Roosevelt Memorial.

This is a sample itinerary only. Groups By Design can customize this trip in any way necessary to meet the needs of your group.

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Washington D.C. Facts

Official Website
Travel Guide

Package Includes

Round-trip airfare

Bus transportation and transfers in Washington D.C.

Hotel accommodation


Day trips

Guides and entry fees.

Optional trip insurance is highly recommended and is available at an additional cost.

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