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Capital City Tours provides All-Inclusive customized tour packages for the Washington Metropolitan Area. Whether you're a motor coach operator, a school group or a social organization looking for assistance with a special event, you can trust us to create a Washington program with care.
The information below are merely samples of what Capital City Tours can provide. We understand your group is unique and we will customize an itinerary to suit your groups needs and budget.
Introduction to Washington
Arrive in Washington and meet your Capital City Tours representative who will assist with check in to your hotel. After you get settled into your room, depart for a delicious dinner at a well known Washington restaurant, followed by our Washington by Moonlight tour.
After the breakfast buffet at the hotel, you'll depart to meet your tour guide for a full day of touring to include the U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress, Supreme Court, followed by lunch at Union Station. After lunch, you'll drive down Embassy Row and have plenty of free time to explore the Smithsonian Museum of your choice. To end the day on a perfect note, enjoy a spectacular dinner cruise along the Potomac River.
After the breakfast buffet at the hotel, you'll check out and meet your tour guide for this morning's sightseeing to include the Bureau of Engraving & Printing, the Ford's Theatre/Museum along with the Peterson House. Continue with a tour of Arlington National Cemetery before you head home.
An Educational Experience for Students
Arrive in Washington and meet your Capital City Tours representative who will assist with check-in. After you get settled into your room, you'll depart for dinner at one of Washington's themed restaurants followed by the Washington by Moonlight tour.
After enjoying breakfast at your hotel, you will meet your tour guide for a full day of touring to include the U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress & the Supreme Court followed by the Bureau of Engraving & Printing. Lunch will be at a local food court. Finish the afternoon by walking the National Mall stopping along the way to visit one of the Smithsonian Museums. For dinner, enjoy an evening of entertainment at one of the local dinner theatres.
After breakfast at the hotel, board your coach and this morning we will visit the National Record Keeper, the National Archives. An independent agency created by statute in 1934, the National Archives safeguards records from all three branches of the government. The group will have the opportunity to view the original Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
is the Ultimate "living classroom", a field trip destination that is sure to captivate your students! Excite your students by experiencing government and politics in action at the U.S. Capitol, the White House and the Supreme Court. Give the students a chance to stand in the shadow of our most famous Presidents and pay their respects to American's who have fallen in war.