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C. School Trip - Washington D.C. - 3 Days Back

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Smithsonian Museum of African American History and Culture
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A three day itinerary gives your school group a wonderful opportunity to see not only the best of our Nation's Capital, but to include supplementary destinations such as Baltimore's Inner Harbor or Kings Dominion.

 

In Washington, we can recommend:

The Smithsonian Museums: 
     African American History and Culture (all new), Air and Space,
     American History, and Natural History

City Tour with a Local Step-on Guide featuring
     the Lincoln Memorial, King Memorial (The "Stone of Hope"),
     Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, FDR Memorial,
    
and The White House lit up at night.
Mt. Vernon
The White House*
US Capitol
The Pentagon
Arlington Cemetery with a special wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns
NEWSEUM
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
United States Marine Corps Memorial Musuem
National Archives
National Science Engagement
Bureau of Engraving and Printing
National Zoo
Voice of America
Kennedy Center
Potomac River Dinner Cruise with DJ and Dancing
National Cathedral
Shrine of the Immaculate Conception
"Standing with the Presidents" and Scavenger Hunt (Madame Tussaud's)
Operation Spy (International Spy Musuem)

Vouchered meals at the Ronald Reagan Building and Union Station

* Arrangements for these attractions must be made through your Congressman or Senator.

 

In Baltimore we can recommend:

Ft. McHenry
National Aquarium
Inner Harbor
USS Constellation
Maryland Science Center

 


Sample Daily Itinerary:
Day 1
Your school trip to Washington departs early in the morning
Tour George Washington's Mt. Vernon
Check in to your hotel
Spend the evening on an Illuminated Monument Tour with a local step-on guide featuring visits to the Lincoln Memorial, the King Memorial ("The Stone of Hope"), Jefferson Memorial, the FDR Memorial, and an illumintaed White House.
Day 2
Breakfast at the Hotel is included
After breakfast your students travel to Arlington Cemetery and a moving wreath-laying ceremony
Followed by a walking tour of the White House Area
and the Capitol Building
The afternoon will be spent at the Smithsonian Museums
Lunch is on your own today at the Smithsonian Cafeterias
After the Museums close have dinner via voucher at the Old Post Office Pavilion, the Ronald Reagan Building, or Union Station
This evening your school attends a Royal Feast with entertainment at Medieval Times.
Day 3
Breakfast at the Hotel
Today you have a choice of visiting the Washington attractions you may have missed on the first two days including the Bureau of Printing and Engraving, the Holocaust Memorial, the International Spy Museum, the Voice of America
OR
you can stop on your way home in Baltimore with such attractions as Ft. McHenry, the Inner Harbor, and the National Aquarium.
Your Washington school trip returns home late this evening
Tour Highlights:
Mt. Vernon
Arlington Cemetery
U.S. Capitol Visitor Center
Smithsonian Air and Space Museum
Holocaust Museum
Tour of the Monuments with a Local Step-on Guide
U.S. Supreme Court
Pentagon
NEWSEUM
National Science Engagement
National Archives
Smithsonian Museum of American History
Smithsonian Museum of American History
African American Museum of History and Culture
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Optional Inclusions:
Attraction Options:
Baltimore Inner Harbor - Newseum - Kennedy Center Performance - Bureau of Engraving and Printing - Ford's Theatre and Lincoln Museum - Busch Gardens - Frederick Douglas Historic Site - National Archives - Pentagon - Union Station
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