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Washington DC

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The city has reopened.

Plan your summer visit now.

Capacity restrictions have been lifted in DC, and now museums and attractions are reopening across the city. Find out what’s open, how to get tickets, remaining health precautions and what’s coming soon.

Your Flights

Selected Flights – Roundtrip (2) travelers:
 

Sun, Aug 11 to Sat, Aug 18

 

Flight Summary

Delta

6:15am to 11:56am

Delta – 5h 41m

* CIU to IAD 1 stop
* Layover – 3h 4m in DTW

Selected Flights – Roundtrip (2) travelers:
 

Sun, Aug 11 to Sat, Aug 18

 

Flight Summary

Delta

6:40am  to 12:58pm

Delta – 6h 18m

* DCA to IAD – 1 stop

* Layover – 022h in MSP

Your Private Car

Executive Sedan – 3 Passenger

 
 
Trip on Aug 11, 2021 – 01:00pm
 
 
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Your Hotel

Your Truly DC Hotel Front Entrance

Your Truly DC 

Early Check-In $30

Hotel’s Check-In 4:00pm & Check-Out 12:00pm

Recommended Early Check-In Option

In the Downtown area surrounded by shops and eateries, this upscale hotel is a 12-minute walk from Farragut West metro station, and 1 mile from both the landmark Lincoln Memorial and The White House.

Refined rooms with vintage-chic accents offer Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus desks and safes. Upgraded quarters add city views; some include sitting areas.

Your Guided Tours

Walk the path forged by leaders of the free world in America’s spirited capital city. View monuments that commemorate the heroes who have shaped America’s past, including the World War II Monument, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Korean War Memorial.

Wander Mt. Vernon’s beautiful plantation grounds, and tour the beloved home of George Washington. On a guided tour, learn about Ford’s Theatre where President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. Uncover Smithsonian treasures as you explore some of its world-renowned museum collections. The epic story of American democracy comes to life in Washington, D.C.

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Washington DC at Night | Tour of the Pathology Museum | White House and Capital Hill |Arlington National Cemetery

Spotlight on Washington, D.C.

Exploring America’s Capital

 Spotlights

Day 1 - Get to Know Washington, D.C.

White House Visitor Center

Spend time in the White House Visitor Center and see artifacts from the White House collection. Then, it’s your choice! Uncover some of the treasures of the Smithsonian at the National Air and Space Museum, home of the famous Wright 1903 Flyer and the Apollo 11 command module.
 
Or visit the National Museum of American History and see gowns of First Ladies along with the Star-Spangled Banner. Enjoy free time to continue exploring on your own. Gather in the evening for a farewell dinner commemorating the end of your historical journey.

Day 2 - National Museum of Health and Medicine

The museum is currently open Wednesday to Sunday, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; closed Monday and Tuesday. Please follow our COVID visitor guidelines as you plan your visit. For questions, call (301) 319-3300.

Is a museum in Silver Spring, Maryland, near Washington, DC. The museum was founded by U.S. Army Surgeon General William A. Hammond as the Army Medical Museum in 1862; it became the NMHM in 1989 and relocated to its present site at the Army’s Forest Glen Annex in 2011. Wikipedia

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Located in Silver Spring, Maryland
The museum is FREE and open to
the public Wednesday to Sunday
10:00 A.M.-5:30 P.M.

Day 3 - U.S. Capitol Visitor Center

 

Your day begins at the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center with a guided tour of this historic and storied building. Discover the celebrated history of America’s capital on a city tour with a local expert.

Take in views of the White House, National Mall and other monuments and museums. Pause to reflect at the poignant World War II Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Korean War Memorial.

Day 4 - Washington, D.C.

Tour the Washington National Cathedral, which hosted state funerals, Presidential inaugural masses, and MLK’s last sermon. After some free time, continue to Ford’s Theatre* where President Abraham Lincoln was assassinated. Tour the theatre and hear about the events that transpired as John Wilkes Booth’s plan unfolded.
 
Finish at the neighboring Petersen House, where the fatally injured Lincoln took his final breaths. The evening is yours. You may choose to join an optional twilight tour of D.C. with dinner.

Day 5 - Mount Vernon

Arlington National Cemetery

Visit Arlington National Cemetery for a narrated tour that takes you to the Tomb of the Unknowns and the Kennedy gravesites. Continue to Mount Vernon, the beloved home of George Washington. Wander the grounds and tour the home filled with 18th-century artifacts.

Head to Old Town Alexandria, nestled along the Potomac, and enjoy time to stroll the cobblestone streets on your own. This evening, dine at Gadsby’s Tavern, famous for hosting George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other founding fathers.

Day 6 - Tour Ends

 
  •  Breakfast
Washington, D.C. – Tour Ends
 

Your tour comes to a close in Washington, D.C. this morning.

Selected Flights – Roundtrip (2) travelers:

 

Sun, Aug 8 to Sat, Aug 14

 

Flight Summary

Delta

6:35pm  to 10:11pm

Delta – 3h 36m

* DCA to CIU – 1 stop

* Layover – 40m in DTW

Pre or Post Night Options

Need some more time? Ask about adding extra nights to your vacation!

The Jefferson Hotel

Set in a 1926 beaux arts building, this posh luxury hotel is less than a mile from the White House and 1 mile from the Washington Monument.

The sophisticated rooms feature traditional furnishings, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi. Individual touches include 4-poster beds, fireplaces, and free-standing tubs made with hand-cut Italian and Spanish stone and marble. Suites add separate living rooms or living areas. Room service is available 24/7.


Amenities include 24-hour butler service, a fitness center and a spa. There’s also an opulent fine-dining restaurant, a breakfast and lunch venue under a skylight, and an upscale bar with terrace seating.

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The Willard, D.C.

Featuring columns and gilded ceilings, this stately hotel dating from 1850 is a 6-minute walk from the White House, less than a mile from the National Mall and 2 miles from the Lincoln Memorial.

Refined rooms have city or courtyard views, plus 47-inch flat-screen TVs, Keurig coffeemakers and minibars. Wi-Fi is available (fee). Suites add separate living areas; some come with whirlpool tubs, dining rooms and/or foyers.


There’s a high-end restaurant serving seasonal cuisine, a lounge offering high tea, and an acclaimed bar. Other perks include a full-service spa and a fitness center, as well as a business center and parking (fee).

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Yours Truly, D.C.

In the Downtown area surrounded by shops and eateries, this upscale hotel is a 12-minute walk from Farragut West metro station, and 1 mile from both the landmark Lincoln Memorial and The White House.

Refined rooms with vintage-chic accents offer Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs and minifridges, plus desks and safes. Upgraded quarters add city views; some include sitting areas. Suites feature separate living rooms and vinyl players.

A trendy, industrial-chic restaurant/bar serves South American-inspired cuisine and cocktails. There’s also a fitness center and event space. Parking and breakfast are available.

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Contact us

The city has reopened.

Plan your summer visit now.

 

Capacity restrictions have been lifted in DC, and now museums and attractions are reopening across the city. Find out what’s open, how to get tickets, remaining health precautions and what’s coming soon.