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Hotels Near The White House

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Hyatt Place Washington DC/White House, Washington D.C

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Capitol Hill Hotels

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DC Metro Area Hotels

Hotels in the inner city will go fast for the Inauguration.  Consider making a reservation in a nearby city.  Mass Transit can often be utilized for simple access into Washington, DC.  Search these hotels now for the week of the Inauguration.

Distances To Washington, DC

Alexandria, VA.            Arlington,VA              Baltimore, MD          Silver Springs, MD      Springfield, VA        Tysons Corner, VA

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Things To Do In DC

Below you will find some great places to visit and some unique ways to visit them.

Madame Tussauds Washington DC
Madame Tussauds Washington DC

Madame Tussauds Washington DC

Get up close and personal with Hollywood's glamorous glitterati, music legends, historical figures, sports icons, every US President ever, and more - at Madame Tussauds Washington DC - the interactive wax attraction with a pulse!


Monuments by Moonlight
Monuments by Moonlight

Monuments by Moonlight

See DC in an all new light, with an atmospheric Monuments by Moonlight Tour. Hop inside a guided tour bus, and be whisked around Washington to see the iconic National Monuments illuminated against the dark night sky. Abe Lincoln, the Capitol Building and even the Washington Monument, lit up like a beacon of freedom.


Hop-on Hop-off Old Town Trolley Washington, D.C.
Hop-on Hop-off Old Town Trolley Washington, D.C.

Hop-on Hop-off Old Town Trolley Washington, D.C.

With 25 stops to hop on and off at all over Washington DC, this sizzling city stuffed with history is easy to explore! Take the Blue Loop to the Smithsonian, the Capitol, the Supreme Court and more, and hop on the Red Loop for an exclusive tour of the Arlington National Cemetery grounds!


African American Tour & National Museum of African American History and Culture
African American Tour & National Museum of African American History and Culture

African American Tour & National Museum of African American History and Culture

Delve into the history of African Americans in Washington D.C. with this all-encompassing bus tour of the nation's capital. You'll visit historic locations. See the community of Anacostia, as well as Howard University, Freedom Plaza and the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial. Learn about heroes of the Civil Rights Movement like MLK, Frederick Douglass, Mary McLeod Bethune and others as you explore. Your tour concludes with entry to the National Museum of African American History and Culture.


Museum of the Bible: Early Access
Museum of the Bible: Early Access

Museum of the Bible: Early Access

Noah's ark, the burning bush, Passover... we all know bits from the Bible, but if you want the full story behind it, get yourself a ticket to Museum of the Bible! With virtual reality journeys, interactive exhibits, seven floors of awesome artifacts, and state-of-the-art exhibitions, this is the Bible made fun! Experience the Bible like never before and unravel the nearly 3,000-year history of the world's all-time bestseller.


Two Capitals in One Day: Washington and Philadelphia from New York
Two Capitals in One Day: Washington and Philadelphia from New York

Two Capitals in One Day: Washington and Philadelphia from New York

See two U.S. capitals in one day, on a star-spangled road trip of all-American history. This epic day tour will take you to some of America's most important monuments and historic landmarks, in two of the nation's capitals ? the current one, D.C., and its original one, Philadelphia. See the National Mall, the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, the World War II Memorial, the Air & Space Museum, the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and even the Rocky steps!


Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History: Guided Tour
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History: Guided Tour

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History: Guided Tour

This iconic institution boasts nearly 145 million scientific specimens. Even though they're not all on show, it can still a daunting feat to see everything on display. Luckily, this two-hour tour will show you the best displays! A science and history-savvy guide will take you from room to room of wonder and marvel, telling the stories behind awesome artifacts like the Hope Diamond, the Neanderthal skeleton, a 3,000-year-old sarcophagus, and meteor fragments which predate Earth!


Washington, D.C. at Dusk: Guided Bus Tour
Washington, D.C. at Dusk: Guided Bus Tour

Washington, D.C. at Dusk: Guided Bus Tour

This three-hour night tour takes you on an enlightening journey through Washington, D.C. and lively nearby Northern Virginia. A local guide will be on board, regaling you with facts and stories as you take in historic sights. Hop on and off the bus, see the Capitol Building, the Washington Monument, and the panoramic stretch of the Smithsonian Museum. Get up close to the White House, the U.S. Navy Memorial, Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial, Lincoln Memorial and more.


DC Ducks Tour
DC Ducks Tour

DC Ducks Tour

Climb aboard a bright and colorful, fully restored 1942 _Duck_ and let the adventure round Washington DC begin! See the capital's sights on a new, adventurous DC Ducks Tour from the Lincoln Memorial and Washington Monument, to the Smithsonian and more.






Washington Is Beautiful At Night

Washington DC is one of the most exciting cities to visit in the world.  The political power center of the world, monuments, restaurants and sites of the city provide memories that will last a lifetime.

Ten Tips To Visiting Washington, DC

1. Plan Your Trip

Washington, DC can be overwhelming with so many places to visit and things to do in the city.  The best way to have a fun and enjoyable trip is to plan specific places to visit prior to arriving in the city.

2. Visit During The Right Time Of The Year

What may appear to be the wrong time of year for most…may be the best time of year to visit for you if economics are a consideration.  There can be significant savings on hotels and travel during the winter and late summer. 

3. Save Money | Fly In To Baltimore

Check all of the area airports for the best savings on your flights.  You may find that flying into Baltimore (BWI Marshall Airport) sometimes can result in significant savings on your airfare over direct flights to Washington.  Upon arrival at the airport take the shuttle to the train terminal. The airport has free and regular shuttles to the train terminal. The trip to Washington, DC’s Union Station is only around 35 minutes.  Check the price…but recently, it was around $7 one way on MARC.

4. Use The Local Train From Baltimore

The local MARC Train will take you to Union Station in Washington, DC from the Baltimore train terminal and save you money.

5. Stay Close To The Monuments If Possible

If you are following a plan…that may include staying at a hotel close to the sites you are visiting.  This will save you time, money and sore feet

6. Wear Comfortable Walking Shoes

This is no joke…don’t regret leaving your comfortable walking shoes at home.  A relaxing and beautiful vacation can become an instant nightmare when your feet and back are aching.  Unless you are used to walking or running several miles a day, the stress of visiting several monuments and museums over a couple of days can be extremely uncomfortable in the improper clothing (especially footwear).

7. Visit The Monuments In The Early Morning

Avoid the heavy crowds and experience the beauty of the early morning sun rising over one of the monuments.  The morning may be the ideal time to visit your favorite monument for the serenity that will come with the quietness of the beginning of the day and smaller crowds.

Lincoln Memorial

8. Consider Ride Share, Street Buses Or The Metro

Parking at hotel garages can be $40 or more per night.  That doesn’t include the added expenses of street or temporary parking at sites.  Ride share companies, street buses and the Metro can add significant savings to your trip.   Finding locations while driving can often be cumbersome and add loss of time to your trip.  Remember, time is your friend when visiting Washington, you want to save as much as possible for actual tourism…not travel.

9. Prepare For Security Checks At Museums

Pack light when visiting museums…remember this is the 21st Century and you are in the capitol of the United States.  Expect security checks upon entering tourist sites.  Prepare by packing only the essentials in an easily accessible form…and be prepared to wait.

10. Watch Congress Live

Remember, you are visiting the heart of government in the worlds most political city.  Why not witness laws being made and debating in person.  Plan appropriately.





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