The D.C Circulator bus, costs $1 per ride, takes you in a circle around the national Mall. The disadvantage? You’ll take in the sights through regular bus windows, and the drivers don’t narrate your tour ... More info ›
The D.C Circulator bus, costs $1 per ride, takes you in a circle around the national Mall. The disadvantage? You’ll take in the sights through regular bus windows, and the drivers don’t narrate your tour. However, ourDay tour of Washington D.C takes you to all the monuments, museums and memorials in the Capital city. The tour is made for those who want to get the full picture of D.C. in 4 hours of live narrated bus trip with a skilled and informed tour guide. so, prepare for a trip through history with stops to the milestones that tell the story of this city.
The itinerary includes many attractions and land marks of Washington D.C, some of them you will be watching from your panoramic window some you will have a chance to step off the bus and take your photo,Step off from the Bus and visit :
The White House : It was the second president John Adams who lived in the white house after he was elected 1796 however the construction started during the time of the president George Washington in 1792.
The white house went under several renovations under the leadership of Thomas Jefferson who become president in 1801, he added several compartments and changed some of the structural design.
FDR memorial: Franklin Delano Roosevelt leads a reform in the civil rights, labor relations, banking and civil service.
The great efforts he leads creates the administration of the social security 1935.
1939 World War II breaks out in Europe. In 1941 the USA enters the war, FDR lunches nationwide war efforts sending more than 16 million troops to the war.
1944 Franklin Delano Roosevelt was elected for 4th yearn of presidency.
Martin Luther King, Jr. memorial : remembering the year, the Civil Rights Act Of 1964 became law. The memorial’s official adherence date is August 28, 2011, the 48th anniversary of the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.
The Lincoln Memorial : over the Reflecting Pool, attached to the western end of the National Mall. The best way to view the memorial is from the east, by the Washington Monument and the National World War II Memorial.
(The same stop includes visiting Korean War Memorial, Vietnam Memorial and the Nurses Memorial)
The Tour also includes the view of Washington D.C Highlights such as :
Union station - U.S. Capitol - Senate Office Building - Holocaust Museum - Washington Monument - Tidal Basin - Cherry Blossoms Trees - Patrick Henry Memorial - Watergate - Arlington National Cemetery - Georgetown - Old Executive Office Building - Blair House
White House - Treasury Department - Ellipse - National Christmas Tree - Zero Mile Stone - General Sherman Memorial - Freedom Plaza - General Pershing Memorial - Federal Triangle - General Pulaski Memorial - Ford’s Theater Department of Commerce - National Archives - Old Post Office, The Pavilion - Navy Memorial - Evening Star Building - FBI - Trade Commission - U.S. Federal Court - Senators Offices - Reserve Officers Association - Supreme Court - Methodist Building - Library of Congress - Representatives Offices - U.S. Botanic Garden
Garfield Memorial - U.S. Grant Memorial - U.S. Capitol Reflecting Pool - Federal Mall - Smithsonian Museums - State Department - Albert Einstein Memorial - Bureau of Engraving and Printing - Kennedy Center for Performing Arts - Department of Interior - Federal Reserve - Organization of American States - Daughters of American Revolution Organization - Headquarter of American Red Cross