Skip the queues for a guided tour of the US Capitol Building before boarding a shuttle for a guided tour of DC’s famous landmarks. Enjoy views of The White House and visit iconic sites including the Washington Monument, Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Lincoln Memorial before a cruise on the Potomac River (Mar 15-Oct 16 only). Enjoy priority entrance into the National Archives Building to see the original Bill of Rights, Declaration of Independence and US Constitution.
Includes: Entrance to US Capitol Building and the National Archives Building, guided tours, cruise on the Potomac River (Mar 15-Oct 16) and lunch.
NB Off-season (Oct 17 to Mar 16), in lieu of boat cruise, you will visit Pentagon City Mall.
Journey through Maryland’s countryside to the historic town of Gettysburg in Pennsylvania. At Farnsworth House experience a taste of life as a soldier during the Civil War in an encampment as you prepare for a day of battle. Follow a soldier to the attic for a sharpshooter’s view of Cemetery Hill and see relics from the battlefield. Visit the museum and the cyclorama, a unique experience featuring a 360-degree painting of the battle’s third day, before a two-hour battlefield tour.
Includes: Guided tour
Buying a Washington D.C. Sightseeing Pass is a good way to see more of the USA's capital. The FLEX Pass lets you pick two, three or four tours, tickets or entry fees to a selection of attractions, over a period of 30 days (from pass activation at the first attraction). With the DAY Pass, you can visit as many attractions as you wish on one, two or three consecutive days. Many attractions such as the numerous Smithsonian Museums are free but the Sightseeing Pass includes plenty of cool things to do and see. Visit the International Spy Museum, see famous monuments on a water taxi ride along the Potomac River, head to Madame Tussauds Washington D.C. or browse the landmarks on a self-guided bike tour. There's also a one day hop-on hop-off bus tour included.