Washington DC After Dark Wonder Tour

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  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 3 hr

DC after dark wonder is a comprehensive tour with the guide directing you to all the monuments and memorials at a wonderful pace while giving you fascinating facts to make every visit a memorable one. You will be totally engaged and entertained while visiting the wonderful attractions under the DC lights. The best pictures are taken on this tour by the design of our special routing of the tour.

Itinerary Details

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Stop At: Loba Tours

Begin your tour with pickup from the Hyatt Regency and hop on either a minibus or van (depending on the amount of travelers) to begin your tour. The tour guide will give you a brief introduction of the itinerary and themselves and then you will head to towards the capitol.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: U.S. Capitol

The Capitol is among the most architecturally impressive and symbolically important buildings in the world. The Senate and the House of Representatives have met here for more than two centuries. Begun in 1793, the Capitol has been built, burnt, rebuilt, extended, and restored; today, it stands as a monument not only to its builders but also to the American people and their government.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Newseum

ch of the seven levels in this magnificent building is packed with interactive exhibits that increase understanding of the importance of a free press and the First Amendment. Visitors experience the story of news, the role of a free press in major events in history, and how the core freedoms of the First Amendment — religion, speech, press, assembly and petition — apply to their lives.

Pass By: FBI Headquarters

FBI Headquarters

Pass By: Old Post Office Pavilion

Historic 1899 building where visitors can go up to the clock tower for dramatic views of D.C.

Pass By: Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

Owned by the U.S. General Services Administration and managed by TCMA (A Drew Company), the building is the first and only federal property designated for public and private use. As the official World Trade Center, Washington, DC, the building features a premier conference and event center, executive office space, attractions and exhibits, retail, parking, dining and community-focused programming and entertainment.

Stop At: White House

Hop off the bus and walk to the front of the White House at 17th and Pennsylvania Ave during which your guise will discuss details about the white house and what can be seen in Lafayette Park.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: National World War II Memorial

Through stone architecture and bronze sculptures, the World War II Memorial recognizes the ways Americans served, honors those who fell, and recognizes the victory they achieved to restore freedom and end tyranny around the globe.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Jefferson Memorial

A 19-foot bronze statue of perhaps the most esteemed founding father sits beneath a columned rotunda in the style of the Roman Pantheon.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Freedom Plaza

Named in honour of Martin Luther King, Jr., and was opened in 1980. It is a Modernist plaza set on a raised terrace platform and separated from the surrounding streets by a series of steps.

Pass By: United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

A living memorial to the Holocaust, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum inspires citizens and leaders worldwide to confront hatred, prevent genocide, and promote human dignity.

Pass By: Corcoran Gallery of Art

D.C.'s largest private art museum has impressive collections of both American and European art.

Pass By: American Red Cross Museum

On exhibit" World War I was a time of phenomenal growth for the Red Cross ultimately helping to define and create the organization we know today. To commemorate this event, a new exhibit, entitled Answering the Call, the American Red Cross in World War I, is on view at the historic Red Cross National Headquarters building in Washington, DC.

Pass By: Washington Monument

Built to honor George Washington, the United States' first president, the 555-foot marble obelisk towers over Washington, D.C. The Washington Monument is currently closed to visitors to allow for modernization of the elevator.
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