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Flatbush ZOMBiES: See You In Hell 2018 North American Tour

This week Music Hip-Hop/Rap
$25 Thu, May 24th 8pm
Fillmore Silver Spring
8656 Colesville Road
Silver Spring, Maryland
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Walter Beasley

This week Music Jazz
$45 Sat, May 26th 7pm
Birchmere
3701 Mt. Vernon Ave
Alexandria, Virginia
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Reggae Fest

This week Music Reggae
$20 Fri, May 25th 11pm
Howard Theatre
620 T Street, NW
Washington, District of Columbia
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Capitol Steps

This week Arts & Theatre Theatre
$34 Sat, May 26th 7pm
Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center
1300 Pennsylvania Ave NW
Washington, District of Columbia
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The Kooks

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Fri, May 25th 8pm
Lincoln Theatre- DC

Washington, District of Columbia

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Small-Group National Mall Walking Tour in Washington DC

Tours Washington D.C.
$85
Immerse yourself in America's rich history on this small-group guided tour of the country's ‘front yard' – the Washington DC National Mall! Visit dozens of famous buildings, monuments and memorials – like the Washington Monument, Lincoln Memorial and Smithsonian – and learn the significance behind the area from your expert historian guide. Discover how George Washington commissioned architect and civil engineer Pierre L'Enfant to design the new capital city in 1791, and see how his ‘master plan' has evolved into an area now encompassing more than 300 acres (121 hectares)!

Visit some of America's most famous monuments and memorials on this small-group guided walking tour of the National Mall in Washington DC. Meet your group and expert guide at the Botanic Gardens and continue down the National Mall, walking the length of the reflecting pool in front of the Capitol, down to the Lincoln Monument. Some stops may include the Smithsonian Castle, Hirshhorn Sculpture Garden and Washington Monument while listening to your guide illustrate the significance of these sites in the development of the DC area.

Walk around the Tidal Basin to the Jefferson Memorial as you make your way to the deeply moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial. Hear the stories behind these structures and learn how they played a role in the city's revolutionary inception more than 200 years ago. Learn about architect and civil engineer Pierre L'Enfant's city plan for the new US capital, and discover how architect and urban planner Daniel Burnham extended his vision for the Mall into the symbolic urban area we know today.

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Washington DC Segway Night Tour

Tours Washington D.C.
$75

A fabulous way to see Washington D.C. at night! Highlights include: The White House, US Capitol Building, Washington Monument, U.S. Navy Memorial and more! Simply the coolest way to see this historical city.

The Washington D.C. Segway Night Tour is the only way to see DC at sunset and at night. Be part of it and not stuck behind bus windows listening to boring commentary. Instead ride a Segway and you'll see DC as it was meant to be enjoyed!

Your tour begins with a 30-minute training session to learn the basics of maneuvering the Segway scooter. Once under way, visit Washington D.C. highlights, including: the U.S. Capitol Building, the White House, the National Museum of Natural History, Ford's Theater, the Washington Monument, and many more!

Your tour guide also takes you past the National Gallery of Art, the National Museum of American History, and the U.S. Navy Memorial. Throughout the tour, the guide provides both the history and stories surrounding the sites and makes sure plenty of photo opportunities are available.

All tours are limited in size with 1 guide so you can count on a great, intimate experience. Discover what it's like to be a celebrity as everyone turns to watch you glide by!

All riders must be at least 16 years of age to participate.

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Washington DC in a Day Tour

Tours Washington D.C.
$75
Soak up the best of Washington DC on this full-day tour that combines informative narration with free time to explore popular sights. Step off your coach to visit top DC attractions including the US Capitol, White House Visitor Center, Smithsonian museums and World War II Memorial on your own. Drive by other major landmarks including the Washington Monument, Tidal Basin, National Gallery of Art and US Navy Memorial. This tour makes it easy to capture amazing photos and make the most of your time in the US capital!

Begin your daylong tour of Washington DC by boarding your comfortable, air-conditioned coach at Union Station. As you travel the city, listen to your knowledgeable driver share information and anecdotes about the US capital and its many famous sights.

Get off your coach to visit certain landmarks independently. Join a guided tour (reserved for you in advance) of the US Capitol, where the Congress meets, and make the most of your photo stop at the White House South Lawn. At the White House Visitor Center, get a sense of what the White House looks like inside and learn about US presidents. Have lunch (at your own expense) at your choice of several locations; your guide will let you know when to return to the coach.

Pay your respects to the heroes of World War II at the stately World War II Memorial with its lovely fountains. Spend time exploring the vast collections at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum and the Smithsonian National Museum of American History.

In the course of your tour, you'll also see the Washington Monument, FBI headquarters (J Edgar Hoover Building), Federal Triangle, Ellipse, Tidal Basin, National Archives, House and Senate Office Building, US Botanical Gardens, National Gallery of Art, US Navy Memorial and Grant Memorial — so keep your camera handy!

Your 7-hour tour of Washington's best-known sights concludes at Union Station.

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Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Night Tour by Trolley

Tours Washington D.C.
$43

You haven't seen Washington DC until you've seen it at night! On this narrated evening tour, you'll enjoy the sights and sounds of Washington DC, and see first-hand how Washington turns into a different city when the sun goes down!

Onboard your trolley, you'll see 100 of Washington DC's most popular monuments and points of interest, including the Capitol Building, the White House, the Jefferson Memorial and the Washington Monument.

The trolley also makes night-time stops at the FDR Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Korean War Veteran's Memorial, allowing you to see these impressive monuments floodlit by night.

While you tour, your guide provides entertaining anecdotes and historical information about the sights, along with a sprinkling of bewitching ghost stories about the spirits who haunt the nation's capital.

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Washington DC Hop-On Hop-Off Trolley, Guided Tour of Arlington National Cemetery

Tours Washington D.C.
$14

Discover Washington DC at your leisure with a one-day ticket on the Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour. Create your own itinerary to see the most popular sights of Washington DC at your own pace. This includes a shuttle ride to and a tour of the Arlington National Cemetery. Upgrade to the 2-day pass or add the Monuments by Night to your 1-day pass!

The Washington DC Hop-on Hop-off Trolley Tour is the easiest way to get around town. You can hop on and off at any of the 25 stops as often as you like. Trolleys depart every 30 minutes.

With an exclusive foreign language app, you can choose to have the tour narrated in your choice of French, Spanish, German, Portuguese, Italian, Chinese, or Japanese. Once you purchase your ticket, you can download the app and then just sit back, relax, and enjoy every sight and sound of the fully-narrated tour through the Nation's Capital. Earbuds are available for purchase. 

Trolley route:
The Mall, Museums, and Arlington National Cemetery Tour - Blue Loop
Comprised of 25 total stops, includes the Monuments and the mall (15 stops) plus the Red Loop which will be a transfer to the Arlington National Cemetery (10 stops weekdays/7 stops weekends)

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Washington DC Odyssey Dinner Cruise

Food Tours Washington D.C.
$80

Come aboard Washington's premier dining ship! This 2.5-3 hour dinner cruise takes you along the Potomac River for panoramic views of the nation's greatest monuments as you dine on a freshly prepared 3-course dinner.

The boat's unique design allows you to travel beneath the historic bridges spanning the Potomac River, while the glass-atrium dining rooms offer spectacular views.

Dressed in your most festive attire, arrive early and enjoy a cocktail. You'll discover the ship's unique elegance is merely a taste of the experience to come. The Captain and crew will greet you as you step aboard, and the ship's photographer will record the moment for your party. Once on deck, your hostess will greet you and escort you to your private table, where your wait staff will introduce themselves and give you the opportunity to decide how you'd like them to pace your service.

The boat has three climate-controlled dining rooms, an open-air deck to explore and a distinctive atmosphere that's reminiscent of the European canal ships. Be sure to visit the Captain's bridge, open to all passengers throughout most of the cruise.

The menu of creative seasonal starters, entrees and desserts is freshly prepared onboard daily, perfectly complemented by an excellent wine list. With soft piano music, spacious dance floors and live music provided by a five-piece band, the entertainment doesn't end until well after the ship returns to the marina. Dance to everything from classic jazz to contemporary favorites.

As you depart, feeling relaxed and refreshed, you'll find your boarding photo ready for purchase.

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Spirit of Washington DC Sunset Dinner Cruise with Buffet

Food Tours Washington D.C.
$122
Experience the Potomac River on a sunset dinner, dancing and sightseeing cruise, where you'll see Washington DC's famous skyline from a luxury boat. As your journey down the river, you'll enjoy a delicious, all-you-can-eat buffet and an amazing DJ spinning your favorite songs.

Board this sleek, five-deck, luxury cruise ship and cruise for a fun night of dinner, dancing and sightseeing in Washington DC. As you journey down the waters of the Potomac River, you'll be treated to Washington DC's magnificent sunset views.

Enjoy the all-you-can-eat, fine-dining buffet in an elegant dining room while being entertained by an amazing DJ, dance and comedy.

After dinner, feel free to wander the ship's decks and take a romantic stroll to enjoy more of the twinkling DC skyline. Or hit the dance floor as the DJ spins your favorite songs. Along the way, you'll pass by Washington DC's popular attractions like the Washington Monument, the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, the Admiral's Row colonial town homes and more.

Bring your camera – the views on this Washington DC sunset cruise are not to be missed.

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Washington DC Food Tour: Italian Cuisine in Dupont Circle

Food Tours Washington D.C.
$65
Let a passionate local foodie be your guide to everything Italian in Washington, DC. This walking tour through Dupont Circle allows you to discover the area's history, architecture and culture while enjoying four to five tastings at several culinary gems as well as one wine pairing. Select from various departure times for a 3.5-hour food experience limited to 16 people.

Meet your guide at a convenient location near the Dupont Circle Metro station to start your Italian food walking tour (recipient of the 2015 Open Table Diner's Choice Award). You'll learn about the late 1800's Italian population in Washington DC and how they migrated across the metropolitan area. You will find in this area some of the best Italian cuisine the city has to offer.

Set off on foot, walking a total of about 1.5 miles (2.5 km) with your guide, at a comfortable pace. You'll stop about every 20 minutes to visit local restaurants, where you can sit down and relax while indulging in a total of four to five tantalizing food samples and one wine pairing. (Specific establishments vary day to day.)

Between tastings, learn from your guide about DC's Italian culture and the architecture of the area. Afterward, you're free to explore more on your own!

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Georgetown Foodie Tour and Neighborhood Walk

Food Tours Washington
$65
Washington D.C.'s Georgetown neighborhood is home to some of the city's most notable residents, local commerce, embassies, and of course, culinary gems. On this tour, you will eat your way through this well-known and prestigious neighborhood. You will learn about Georgetown's early iconic years as we stroll off-the-beaten path for a taste from various local eateries.

Explore Georgetown, learning about its early iconic years ranging from the town's flour mills, meat packing district, and C&O Canal, to Julia Childs' house as we stroll off-the-beaten path for a taste from local eateries.

Starting at 2:00pm, set off on foot, walking a total of about 1.5 miles (2.5 km) with your guide, at a comfortable pace. You'll stop about every 20 minutes to visit a local eatery.  We may stand or sit, depending upon the stop, while indulging in a total of four to five tantalizing food samples and one wine or Spritz pairing.

Between tastings, learn from your guide about Georgetown, its culture and architecture. Afterward, you're free to explore more on your own!

This 'eat like a local' food tour features a local deli, an Indian-owned twenty-year institution, International Spice and Olive Oil, Italian Cafe and Grocery Store, and a highly recognized military-focused American bakery.  Specific establishments may vary.

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Walking Food Tour of the Historic U Street Neighborhood

Food Tours Washington
$73
Carpe DC invites you to discover the history and rapidly changing culture of the U Street neighborhood, through the iconic streets formerly known as ‘Black Broadway.' This tour stops at local restaurants, to explore tasty flavors and drinks that make these neighborhoods mouthwatering and unique! You'll learn the stories behind the restaurants, DC history and connect to the community. You'll also be a part of DC's First One-For-One Food Tour, where a portion of every ticket goes to feed district residents in need! Come taste the district!

The U Street Neighborhood tour begins at Ben's Next Door, directly across from the U Street metro. From there you go to several other stops during a 3 hour long leisurely walking tour, that covers approximately 2 miles. 

Let our guides take you on a culinary exploration of two of DC's iconic neighborhoods. Here, you will discover what makes U Street so delicious, from classic Chili Dogs that have stood the test of time, to new DC favorites and on-the-go gourmet. You will also try some local beers and sample some up and coming flavors in Shaw. This adventure will satisfy your stomach and leave you excited to explore more of our delicious city.

As we stroll through these famous streets, you can learn how music has shaped the culture starting with ‘Black Broadway' and the jazz era. You'll learn about other great eats, how the architecture has shaped the city and the ways the neighborhoods have evolved over the last century.

This tour is perfect for those who call DC home or are just visiting. They are made for anyone who wants to connect to DC's great neighborhoods, and go on a culinary adventure.  Whether you are looking for somewhere to take your family, a date or out of town guests, this food tour will satisfy all appetites.You will stay at most locations approximately 20 minutes, with brief walks in between. The tour will end close to the Shaw Metro stop at approximately 2:30 pm.

Please specify any food allergies at the time of checkout in the special requirements field.

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Gettysburg Day Trip from Washington DC

Multiday Tour Washington D.C.
$150
Witness the site of the largest battle ever fought on US soil on this day trip from Washington DC to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Relax on a picturesque drive through the Maryland and Pennsylvania countryside. Learn all about the Battle of Gettysburg through a show featuring narration and a detailed miniature military diorama, and visit Cemetery Ridge — where President Lincoln delivered his historic Gettysburg Address. Get insights into the civilian experience of the bloody battle by visiting the restored home of George Washington Shriver.

Board your comfortable, air-conditioned coach at Washington DC's Union Station and travel 2.5 hours through the scenic Maryland and Pennsylvania countryside to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania. Listen to your guide provide historical background on the momentous Battle of Gettysburg during your drive. Fought in 1863, this three-day battle between Confederate and Union troops caused the highest number of casualties of any American Civil War battle — more than 46,000. 

Your first stop in Gettysburg is Farnsworth House, where you'll watch a presentation about what life was like for Civil War soldiers and see where Confederate sharpshooters hid out during the battle. After this visit, enjoy a break for lunch (own expense). 

Continue to the Gettysburg Battlefield and enjoy time to explore on your own. At the Gettysburg National Military Park Museum and Visitor Center, watch a film about the battle narrated by actor Morgan Freeman and see a variety of informational exhibits about the battle commonly considered a turning point in the American Civil War. Admire the Gettysburg Cyclorama, a stunning miniature military diorama that depicts the fierce battle with the help of narration and sound effects. Throughout your visit, expert guides are on hand to answer your questions about the Battle of Gettysburg and its aftermath. 

To get a fuller picture of the battle's impact, you'll also visit the nearby Shriver House Museum. Tour the restored house of George Washington Shriver, located in the midst of the fighting during the Battle of Gettysburg. Learn about the harrowing experience of Shriver's family during the battle, visit the home's attic where two Confederate sharpshooters died, and see authentic Civil War bullets discovered in the house more than 100 years after the war. 

Relax on your drive back to Washington DC, where your 10.5-hour tour concludes at Union Station.

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War Memorials and Arlington National Cemetery Tour

Multiday Tour Washington D.C.
$69
Explore Washington DC's Arlington National Cemetery and most famous memorials on this 5-hour coach or van and walking tour. See JFK's grave site and the Eternal Flame, and stroll through sites including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the World War II Memorial. Witness the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and get great views of the White House, Lincoln Memorial, US Capitol and more. Throughout the day, you'll hear interesting stories and facts about valiant war heroes from your expert guide.

Meet your guide at the Hyatt Regency at Capitol Hill in the morning and travel by coach or van, depending on the size of your group.

The first 3 hours of the tour will be spent in the city driving by and visiting various memorials including United States Air Force Memorial, the National World War II Memorial, the Korean War Veterans Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.

While riding in the coach, see the gamut of popular landmark locations in and around Washington, DC. There's the Pentagon, the Lincoln Memorial, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, FBI Headquarters, the Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building, the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, the Washington Monument, the Smithsonian Institution Building, the White House, the United States Capitol and the National Mall.

Aboard the coach, you'll get great views of sites like the Pentagon, White House, US Capitol, Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial and the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial.

Throughout your tour, you'll have plenty of opportunities to take photos, learn about the history of the sites and hear stories of the sacrifices these courageous military heroes made.

This tour concludes with a drop-off at Arlington National Cemetery. Return transportation is not included.

Explore the site of Confederate General Robert E Lee's former 1,100-acre (445-hectare) plantation. Get great views of DC from his home, Arlington House, and head down to the grave site of JFK and the Eternal Flame, where John F Kennedy is buried alongside his wife, Jackie Onassis Kennedy, and brothers Robert F Kennedy and Ted Kennedy.

Witness the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and walk through the cemetery for a more intimate experience of this vast national treasure. Ride the tram (tickets included in the price of the tour) and then take either the Metro or a cab back to your desired location.

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Dynamite Day Tour: Small-Group DC Bus Tour

Multiday Tour Washington
$79
Discover the major points of interest in Washington, DC on this guided, 7-hour, sightseeing tour. This small-group bus tour visits many of the famous monuments and memorials, like the White House, the Washington Monument, the National Mall, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and many other popular locations. A number of lunch options (own expense) is available.

This small-group bus tour in Washington, DC shares stories that everyone from grandparents to grandchildren will enjoy, as well as visitors from other countries. During the course of the 7-hour tour, spend between 10-to-20 minutes at each location. After hearing some great American history, guides will help take photos, then allow for a few minutes of wandering, as desired.

At the following locations, the DC tour guide will share the stories of each of these American treasures: the US Capitol building, the White House, the National World War II Memorial, the Thomas Jefferson Memorial, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, the Korean War Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial, the Marine Corps War Memorial, the United States Air Force Memorial, and more.

Due to the nature of small groups, sometimes there will be a change to the itinerary based on the desires of the guests that day, especially if family, friends, or groups are the only ones touring. Depending on the group, lunch could also be different every day. Sometimes the group will stop at a restaurant for lunch, other times they will simply grab something and keep going. At times, the following locations may be included during the tour: US Capitol (inside the building), the Library of Congress, the Supreme Court, the White House Visitor Center, the National Building Museum, the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Embassy Row, the National Cathedral, or some of the many great museums, especially if the weather is poor.

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Washington DC Legend Daytime Comprehensive Tour

Multiday Tour Washington
$75
See Washington D.C.'s most memorable sites with knowledgeable and passionate local guides! This full-day tour covers a comprehensive look at the intricate history of D.C. and visits to the most iconic landmarks and monuments in the city. The tour includes a guided visit to Arlington Cemetery, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Korean War Memorial, FDR Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, the World War II Memorial, Ford's Theater, Iwo Jima Memorial, Air Force Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr., National Memorial, and the Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Beginning with downtown DC hotel pick-up, this 7 hour tour will cover a comprehensive look at the intricate history of D.C. and visits to the most iconic sights in the city. The tour includes a guided visit to Arlington Cemetery, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Korean War Memorial, FDR Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, the World War II Memorial, Ford's Theater, Iwo Jima Memorial, Airforce Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr., National Memorial, and the Holocaust Memorial Museum.

Your guide will also cover tours to the U.S. Capitol, the White House, the National Archives, Embassy Row, the National Cathedral, Georgetown, the Watergate Hotel, the Kennedy Center, FBI Headquarters, the Navy Memorial, and the Smithsonian Museums and more. Upon request, the guide can accompany you to the Capitol, National Archives and the museums.

Walking Tour Points:

U.S. Capitol, White House, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Korean War Memorial, FDR Memorial, Iwo Jima Memorial, Airforce Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and the National Cathedral.

* More sites can be added per request.

Note: You will take a lunch break, which is not included in tour cost.

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Washington DC Downtown Small Group Day Tour

Multiday Tour Washington
$60
Visit many of the popular points of interest in Washington, DC on this guided, 4- to 5-hour, small-group tour. Learn about the well-known monuments and memorials on board a comfortable minivan. See the famous memorials of the National Mall, including the Lincoln Memorial, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, the National World War II Memorial, and more. Also, enjoy lunch at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (cost not included) and pay a visit to the White House Visitor Center.

This Washington, DC sightseeing tour begins at Hotel Harrington, located at 436 11th Street NW in DC, at 9:45am Monday, and Wednesday through Saturday with a reservation. Travel to several of the city's most popular attractions. Attraction stops include the Abraham Lincoln Memorial, the Korean Veterans Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, plus the White House Visitor Center, and the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts (for lunch).

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National Gallery of Art Small-Group Walking Tour

Museums Washington D.C.
$85
With an art historian as your guide, take a three-hour small-group tour of the West Building of the National Gallery of Art in Washington DC. In a group of no more than six people, see some of the gallery's most prized and adored works by artists such as Leonardo da Vinci, Jan van Eyck and JMW Turner. Touring this famous DC attraction with an art historian/ expert guide, instead of on your own, will enrich your experience as you not only learn about the well-known masterpieces, but discover hidden gems along the way.

On this small-group art tour limited to six people, see some of the most outstanding works in the history of Western art – works cited repeatedly as the pinnacles of beauty and talent. As you follow your art historian/ expert guide through the National Gallery of Art's West Building in Washington DC, admire everything from 17th-century Dutch and Flemish still lifes and portraits to boxing rings and gritty urban settings created by American realists of the 19th century. The Gallery's West building is home to many famous works of art, such as the only Leonardo da Vinci piece in the Americas - Ginevra de' Benci or Claude Monet's The Artist's Garden at Vétheuil.

Touring the gallery with an art historian/ expert guide provides you with unique perspectives on the art, as well as an understanding about what it takes to create a national collection and how this collection has evolved over 70 years. Learn about the philanthropy of the arts in the early 20th century, and see portraits of the gallery's earliest benefactors. These generous individuals had vision – the vision to bring to the United States a prominent collection comparable to other national collections at the Louvre in Paris and the National Gallery in London. Decide for yourself if that vision was achieved!

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Admission to Washington DC Newseum

Museums Washington D.C.
$24
At the Newseum in Washington DC, immerse yourself in the culmination of five centuries of news history with up-to-date technology and hands-on exhibits. Explore seven levels of galleries, theaters, retail spaces and visitor services in a unique environment that takes you behind the scenes to see how and why news is made.

Immerse yourself in the world's greatest news stories at the Newseum in Washington DC. Try your hand as a photojournalist or reporter in the NBC interactive newsroom, where you can record your own newscast complete with cameras and teleprompters! Test your knowledge of current events at dozens of touch-screen game stations and interactive exhibits.
Stand in the shadow of eight original sections of the Berlin Wall or climb inside a 3-story East German guard tower. See original newspaper front pages showcasing some of the most famous headlines in history, from the 1500s through today. And don't miss a great view of the US Capitol and Pennsylvania Avenue -- ‘America's Main Street.'
The Newseum offers visitors a fun and interactive way to learn about how and why news is made. With exhibits spanning seven levels, there is something for people of all ages! To learn more about the fascinating permanent exhibits on display, see the Itinerary section below.

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International Spy Museum

Museums Washington D.C.
$19
At Washington DC's International Spy Museum, enter a world of gadgets, weapons, cameras, vehicles and technologies used for espionage throughout the world. Hear stories of secret missions, examine artifacts and mystery-revealing photos and enjoy a slew of interactive displays, putting you right in the action! Don't miss out on the newest exhibit, 'Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains,' which celebrates fiction's greatest spy, James Bond.

When you arrive at DC's International Spy Museum, adopt a cover identity and test out your spy skills as you browse artifacts, spy gadgets and mystery-revealing photos; plus, visual and audio presentations will teach you how to keep a cover!

Browse themed rooms, enjoy interactive activities and hear real stories about past spy missions. In the School For Spies™ gallery, trace more than 50 years of spy technology developed by agencies from the OSS to the KGB, some of which is still in use today.

Travel back through the centuries and uncover tales of famous men and women who unexpectedly doubled as undercover agents, such as Josephine Baker and Julia Child!

Through 2014, you can immerse yourself in the museum's latest addition, ‘Exquisitely Evil: 50 Years of Bond Villains,' commemorating 50 years of James Bond films. On display, see exclusive vehicles, props and costumes on loan from the original production company, many of which are on public display for the first time!
Wind through the maze of interactive exhibits such as ‘Spy vs. Spy,' where outside visitors can lay traps to thwart the ‘spies' within. Decode the riddles, test your bravery in a shark tank, or hold on for dear life at the ‘Hangtime' display. You'll also hear recounts of real spies that have had their share of real-life 'Bond moments'!
It's not all about Bond, though -- you can also learn about the hero's enemies. Get an in-depth historical context of Bond's adversaries and learn how they have changed over the years to reflect the times. Watch classic film clips, listen to interviews, and browse psychological profiles of the villains for a look at the famous series from a different angle.

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National Gallery of Art Sculpture Art Tour

Museums Washington
$40
Join Stephen Mead for his two-hour guided tour of the National Gallery of Art sculpture collection.  This tour features works both inside and outside in the garden, including famous pieces by artists like Degas and Rodin. You will see classical sculptures from the Renaissance along with Modern Art Sculptures.  And now you can explore the gallery's West Building and beyond with a certified museum guide in a group limited to 30 people on this intimate and informative excursion from Adventures for Creative Tourists.

Meet Stephen at the Ground Level 6th Street Entrance. Please arrange to arrive at least 15 minutes prior to tour start to check in with the tour guide.  Stephen will have your name on his will call list. Stephen will first show you the Sculpture collection in the Museum's exhibit hall.  Afterwards, he will walk the group to the Museum's sculpture garden and show several sculpture highlights in the garden.  If the weather is bad the tour will be conducted inside the museum only.  You can expect the group size to be around 20 to 30 people.  This is a private tour that is not affiliated with the National Gallery of Art.

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Small Guided Tour National Gallery of Art Renaissance to Impressionists

Museums Washington
$40

Join our two hour small group guided tour of the National Museum of Art. A trip to an art museum can be overwhelming. What do you focus on? What are the must-see pieces? Stephen Mead will take you through the National Gallery of Art's highlights, historical showstoppers and fan favorites over the course of two hours. He will stop to discuss each piece's symbols, stories and background. You will see 40 plus choice artworks that visually are the finest from the Renaissance, 18th Century, and Medieval Art periods. With each piece Stephen will point out the symbols, stories, and reason why the artists painted the art work.  The group will meet inside the National Gallery of Art West Building Ground Floor 6th and Constitution Avenue NW, Washington, DC 20516.  The tour will go from 1:00 pm until 3:00 pm.  

Adventures for Creative Tourists is not an affiliate of the National Gallery of Art.  We are an affiliate of the Guild of Professional Tour Guides.

Your group will meet their tour guide inside the National Gallery of Art West Building entrance at the 6th Street Entrance Ground Floor at 1:00 pm.  Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early.  Your tour guide will take you first upstairs to visit the Rotunda.  Next, you will begin your journey with Medieval Art that are among the best examples from this period.   Your guide will then take you into Renaissance, 18th Century and more showing you the best art examples.  At the end you will understand some of the symbols, colors, and stories behind these magnificent pieces  There are over 40 plus art pieces that will be viewed by this tour.  This tours run time is from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm.  

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Private Wine Tour Transportation

Private Tours Washington
$600
Select any three wineries in Leesburg, VA area. Pick up can be any where from home office, parking lot 30 mile radius of arlington VA 
Type of transportation Mercedes sprinter or mini bus.  This is wine tour transportation. Remaining arrangement or fee for tours and tastings are customer responsibility .

Pick up time is 10am.
Arrival at first winery is 11am.
Arrival at second winery is 12pm.
Arrival at 3rd winery is 1:30pmpm
Arrival at 3rd winery is 2:30pm
Departure 3pm and arrival 4pm

Cleaning fee is $260 will be charged if anyone gets sick in the vehicle. Due regulation, we do not provide any alcoholic drinks or any assistance to consume alcoholic.

Company is not liable in case winery close or any damage, liability happen outside the vehicle .

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Exclusive: Cherry Blossom Bike Tour in Washington DC

Private Tours Washington D.C.
$35
Experience the beauty of Washington DC in its spring glory on this 2-hour bike tour created specifically for the famous National Cherry Blossom Festival. Follow your guide past gorgeous cherry trees that surround the Tidal Basin and East Potomac Park, home to famous landmarks including the Jefferson Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial and Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial. You'll learn about the history of this festival and stop for photo opportunities along the way.

Meet your guide at your selected departure time. Bikes come in all sizes so you may find the right fit, then, hop on your bike and embark on an easy 2-hour bike ride through Washington DC.

Just in time for spring, you'll be treated to views of blooming cherry trees as you explore the Tidal Basin, a reservoir between the Potomac River and the Washington Channel. Along the banks, you'll see the Jefferson Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial and the George Mason Memorial. You'll also explore East Potomac Park.

Stop to snap photos of the landmarks and the sea of pink and white blossoms. Your guide will share with you the history of this festival, which commemorates the gift of 3,000 cherry trees from Tokyo Mayor Yukio Ozaki to the city of Washington DC in 1912. This annual celebration honors the lasting friendship between the US and Japan.

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Private Washington Christian Heritage Tour

Private Tours Washington
$575
This is a private tour with private guide via transportation in a 2017 Buick Enclave.

See the breathtaking mosaics and impressive architecture of the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception and tour through the crypt level to see several chapels dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Discover the Saint John Paul II National Shrine and see his blood relic in the chapel there. Explore the moving exhibit, A Gift of Love: The Life of Saint John Paul II. Visit the National Cathedral (the sixth largest cathedral in the world!), which simultaneously tells the Christian and American stories through the art in its interior and architecture. Lastly, explore the Museum of the Bible, which offers a close look at the stories of the Bible and explains the history of the Bible as a piece of writing and a religious object.

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Private Civil War History Walking Tour of Alexandria

Private Tours Alexandria
$15
Discover the history of the Civil War while strolling up and down the streets of Alexandria, Virginia on this guided, 1-hour walking tour. Visit the Carlyle House mansion, Gadsby's Tavern Museum, the Stabler-Leadbetter Apothecary Shop, and the Boston Athenaeum. Enjoy the knowledge of a professional tour guide in a small-group setting and marvel at the influence of Alexandria during the Civil War.

Explore 19th-century Alexandria on this 1-hour, small-group walking tour. Meet the tour guide at the Alexandria Visitor Center, located at 221 King Street, and head to the Carlyle House mansion to gain insight into the importance of Alexandria during the Civil War.

At Gadsby's Tavern Museum, stand in the spot of the first two casualties of the Civil War. Continue the tour at the Stabler-Leadbetter Apothecary Shop/Museum and peruse their vast collection of medical and business artifacts. Visit the Boston Athenaeum, one of the oldest independent libraries in the United States, and pour over its impressive collection of books and art.

Enjoy Alexandria and walk away with a deeper appreciation of Civil War history.

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Private Narrated Washington DC City Tour in SUV

Private Tours Washington
$580
Your SUV tour holds up to 7 passengers plus your own driver/guide. The tour is fully narrated giving you the understanding of what you’re looking at and the events that happened in the past and the present in our historical Nation's Capital. These private tours are good for those who want to see the city at their own pace instead of being rushed on the group bus tours.

Our basic itinerary covers the major attractions around the National Mall covering the U.S. Capitol, White House, World War II Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Franklin D Roosevelt Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, and Korean & Vietnam Memorials. Visiting these attractions typically spans 3 to 4 hours. If you have additional time, you can stop at Iwo Jima, Air force Memorial, and Pentagon Memorial.

If you wish to add the Arlington National Cemetery please plan another hour and a half for your tour. National Cathedral is up on the heights uptown above the down town area. The historical Ford's Theatre an interesting attraction in our historical city which amazes everyone who visits and learns about it.

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Washington DC Capital Sites Bike Tour

Bike Tours Washington D.C.
$44

The Washington DC Capital Sites Bike Tour is a safe and enjoyable cycling trip of the most popular sights of Washington. Sites you will see include the Lincoln Memorial, White House, Supreme Court and the Capitol. This three-hour Washington DC Capital Sites Bike Tour combines history, interesting facts, and a love for the city with an easy bike ride.

Make the most of your visit to Washington with this comprehensive Capital Sites guided bike tour. Bikes come in all sizes so that you may find a great fit for your ride. Learn the fascinating history behind the city's monuments, museums, and other sites from the seat of a comfortable bike.

The Capital Sites Bike Tour visits the most popular sites of the National Mall, including the Lincoln Memorial, White House, Washington Monument, Supreme Court, Union Station, the Capitol, and more. Plus, get the latest information on Smithsonian exhibits, special events, and other local insider tips from your safety-conscious and entertaining guide.

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Washington DC Monuments Bike Tour

Bike Tours Washington D.C.
$44
See DC's historical monuments and landmarks up close and personal on a 3-hour bike tour with an informative guide. Cruise around the National Mall to see some of the most famous sights in Washington DC, and take breaks with your guide to walk around and explore attractions like the Lincoln Memorial.

Your leisurely Washington DC bike tour starts at a central city location. Meet your guide and select the bike that fits you best, and then set off to explore this historical, dynamic capital. Your guide, an experienced local, will share facts and interesting anecdotes about each site you visit along the tour.

Your bike route covers monuments and memorials located on the National Mall and Potomac Tidal Basin. Cruise along city bike lanes and flat terrain while taking in the beautiful architecture (and perhaps keeping an eye out for the Secret Service). Visit Washington Monument, the stately white obelisk that honors the first US president, and pedal over to the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, a 3-acre (1.2-hectare) tribute to those who served in the Vietnam War.

Check out more landmarks like the National World War II Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial and the Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, and then ride through the city back to the starting point, where your tour concludes.

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Washington DC Day Bike Rental

Bike Tours Washington D.C.
$42
See the best of America's capital with this full-day Washington DC bike rental. Pick up your easy-riding bike and pedal through the city, stopping at iconic landmarks along the way. This is easily one of the most enjoyable ways to see DC's many fantastic sights in one day.

Your full-day bike rental begins when you pick up your bike, which also includes a helmet, bike tube, pump, lock, city map and handlebar bag. Rentals of comfort hybrid bikes, tandems, child tag-alongs, trailers and strollers are available for an additional fee.

Enjoy the freedom of Washington DC's updated bike lanes while getting a workout and exploring the city at your leisure. Let your wheels whisk you from famous buildings like the White House to sites like the Vietnam Memorial and Lincoln Memorial. Take a nature break and cycle along the Potomac River, or head to one of the area's extensive bike trails.

Lock up your bike with your provided lock to explore DC museums like the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the National Museum of Natural History and the Newseum. Or perhaps stop to buy lunch at a stylish downtown restaurant. When you've seen the best of Washington, return your bike to pickup location.

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Mount Vernon Bike Trail: Independent Tour with Optional Potomac River Cruise

Bike Tours Washington D.C.
$48
On this independent bike tour from Old Town Alexandria, enjoy views of the Potomac River as you cycle along the scenic Mount Vernon Trail to historic Mount Vernon Estate, George Washington's famous 18th-century home. Explore the stately mansion, gorgeous gardens and fascinating educational exhibits at your leisure, and hop back on your bike for your return trip or upgrade to relax on a narrated Potomac River cruise back to Alexandria. This is a fun, active and scenic way to experience Mount Vernon.

When you pick up your bike at the bike shop in Old Town Alexandria between 10:30am and 11am, you'll be provided with a map and easy directions on how to get to Mount Vernon. Bikes come in all sizes so you can find the right fit for the tour, once you've chosen, you're ready to ride! Take in views of the Potomac River on your easy 9-mile (14.5-km) ride along the historic Mount Vernon Trail.

When you arrive at beautiful Mount Vernon Estate, George Washington's famous home, lock up your bike outside the grounds and spend time at your leisure exploring this 18th-century National Historic Landmark, which once spanned 8,000 acres (3,237 hectares) and now features 500 preserved acres (202 hectares).

Walk through the restored mansion and admire the stately architecture and lavish décor, and spend time wandering through the lovely gardens. Visit the farm, browse fascinating historical exhibits at the Donald W Reynolds Museum and Education Center, and stop by Washington's tomb, a memorial dedicated to the slaves who lived and worked on the estate.

Have lunch at the food court (own expense) before hopping on your bike and returning 9 miles (14.5 km) along the scenic Mt Vernon Trail, arriving at the bike shop in Old Town Alexandria by 5:45pm.

Upgrade: Potomac River Cruise After exploring Mount Vernon Estate, head to the Mt Vernon dock at 4pm to board Miss Christin. Sit back and relax as you take a narrated boat cruise along the Potomac River back to Old Town Alexandria. You'll arrive around 5:30pm. This option is ideal for those who'd prefer an easy 9-mile (14.5-km) one-way bike ride instead of the moderate 18-mile (29-km) round-trip ride.

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DC Christmas on Wheels Bike Tour

Bike Tours Washington
$39
See Washington, DC at its most magical on a 2.5 hour Christmas tour by bike! Under the watchful eye of a local guide, you'll experience quintessential Christmas in Washington. Tour highlights include the Botanical Gardens Holiday Showcase; a hot chocolate stop; the exquisite decorations at the Willard Hotel and of course the Capital and National Christmas Trees! Snap the perfect family photo as tour guides share yuletide stories about what it's like to spend Christmas at the White House. Don't miss the chance to shift gears and awaken holiday cheers!

See Washington, DC at its most magical on a 2.5 hour Christmas tour by bike! In a small group, and under the watchful eye of a local guide, you'll experience quintessential Christmas in Washington. Tour highlights include the Botanical Gardens Holiday Showcase; a stop for hot chocolate; the exquisite decorations at the Willard Hotel and of course the Capital Christmas Tree and the National Christmas Tree! Snap the perfect family photo as tour guides share yuletide stories about what it's like to spend Christmas at the White House. Don't miss the chance to shift gears and awaken holiday cheer! Bike the sites as dusk falls upon Washington, DC and the holiday lights make the city alive.

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Washington DC Duck Tour

Water Tour Washington D.C.
$43

See Washington DC from the land and water on a unique duck tour! Traveling in an original WWII amphibious vehicle, this 90-minute tour takes you to the famous monuments of Washington DC before splashing down into the Potomac River for the most unusual ride of your vacation!

From Union Station you'll waddle down to the Mall, where you'll see the awe-inspiring monuments and fabulous Smithsonian Museums. Then at the Potomac River, splash down for a different look at the nation's capital. From the land to the water, you'll travel in the same vehicle!

Along the way, your wise-quacking captain will entertain you with anecdotes and well-researched historical facts.

Ducks depart hourly from Union Station.

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Washington DC Odyssey Brunch Cruise

Water Tour Washington D.C.
$98
Join a cruise around the capital and admire the cities skyline while on board this wonderful 2-hour brunch cruise. Admire unmatched skyline views from a unique vantage point while enjoying a mouth-watering feast and listening to the live jazz trio.

Step Aboard...
Your cruise experience begins as you board the luxury yacht at Gangplank Marina. After a quick stop for a commemorative boarding photo, one of the hosts will greet you and escort you to your private table

Explore and Enjoy...
Enjoy a complimentary glass of champagne or tour the ship's three climate controlled dining rooms. A great way to start your afternoon is by watching the boat castoff from one of the observation decks.

Indulge your senses...
Bring your appetite when you return to your private table, the Executive Chef and galley staff present you with an imaginative buffet of appetizers, entrees, salads and desserts that is sure to please any number of taste.

Throughout the cruise our live jazz trio sets the mood...
Enjoy a wide range of jazz from artists such as John Coltrane, Miles Davis and Branford Marsalis.

Take home a memory...
Return, hours later. Relaxed. Refreshed. As you depart, you'll find your boarding photo ready for purchase.

Please see below for a sample brunch menu

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Spirit of Washington DC Scenic Lunch Cruise

Water Tour Washington D.C.
$69
Experience the nation's capital on a scenic lunch cruise! On this Washington DC cruise, not only will you indulge in an all-you-can-eat buffet, but there will also be live entertainment! Enjoy a colorful cast of performers, including a DJ to play your favorite songs and lively narration of the endless stream of city sites you pass, including the Washington Monument, the Potomac River and the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.

Step aboard the sleek cruise ship and get ready to be pampered and entertained on a 2-hour cruise along Washington DC's Potomac River. Take in spectacular views of the city's downtown and enjoy a grand buffet with drinks served by the attentive wait staff. It's a great way enjoy all the highlights of Washington DC as you dine and dance the afternoon away!

Some highlights you will see along the way include the 555-foot (169-meter) Washington Monument, the world's tallest free-standing stone sculpture. Pass by the Reagan National Airport, one of the busiest airports in the US with an average of one flight every 30 seconds during peak periods!

You'll also cruise by Alexandria, Virginia. Alexandria was first established in the 1600s by tobacco merchants from Scotland and England. Additionally, you'll see the Torpedo Factory, pass by Admiral's Row, cruise under the famous Woodrow Wilson Bridge, view the US Naval Research Lab and more!

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In the Footsteps of George Washington: Spirit Day Cruise to Mount Vernon

Water Tour Washington D.C.
$54
Veer from the standard Washington, DC, tourist path with this insightful 6.5-hour Mount Vernon cruise and tour. Your Mount Vernon boat tour kicks off with a narrated ride up the scenic Potomac River, taking you to George Washington's plantation estate in Fairfax, Virginia. When you arrive at the former president's historic home, you have free time to roam the grounds and tour the house while soaking up its fascinating history.

Board your Mount Vernon cruise at Pier 4 in Washington, DC, and head to the outdoor decks to enjoy the fresh air and views of famous landmarks along the Potomac River. While you cruise, listen to historical facts from the onboard narrator.

Disembark the boat at Mount Vernon, George Washington's 45-acre (18-hectare) 18th-century Palladian-style estate. You have about three hours to spend here retracing Washington's footsteps, wandering through the property's intriguing nooks and crannies. See the intimate study room, the grand dining room, the former slave quarters and the kitchen.

A visit to Mount Vernon is not complete without a stroll around the estate's four gardens, where it's easy to see why the beloved home of George and Martha Washington has been declared a National Historic Landmark. Check out the Colonial Revival garden, which once grew vegetables that supplied the president's meals, or find George and Martha resting peacefully near the river and fruit garden.

If you get hungry, the estate hosts a range of restaurants (own expense). Then enjoy the leisurely boat ride back to DC.

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Washington by Water Monuments Cruise

Water Tour Washington D.C.
$29
Admire Washington DC's spectacular monuments and memorials from this boat cruise along the Potomac River. See the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, and Arlington National Cemetery as you travel along the river. Take in panoramic views from the boat during your 2-hour afternoon or evening sightseeing cruise.

Board your comfortable riverboat, Miss Mallory or Matthew Hayes, to begin your journey along Washington DC's Potomac River.

Listen to a narration about Washington DC's history and many iconic sights as you cruise past top attractions including the Lincoln Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Washington Monument, John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, Arlington National Cemetery, Arlington Memorial Bridge, and the 14th Street Bridges. Marvel at the architectural details of the various landmarks on afternoon cruises, or see them lit up at night.

Note: Your Captain may choose either Miss Mallory or the Matthew Hayes pending weather and boat conditions.

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Haunted DC Walking Tour on Capitol Hill

Ghost Tours Washington
$20

Delve into a world of spooks, ghouls, and haunted souls on a 1.5-hour walking tour of Washington DC's Capitol Hill. Set out with your group and guide along local streets and into one of America's most haunted structures: the United States Capitol. Learn how ghosts of past continue to feud in the afterlife, associate with the spirits of former presidents, and hear about the Capitol Hill curse, which continuously casts its powers. Enjoy this fascinating look into DC's dark past and spooky present.

Your tour begins at 8:30pm outside the Starbucks on Capitol Hill.

Have you heard the stories about the drunken phantasm, the judgmental visitant or the presidential phantom? You'll learn these and more on a 90-minute walking tour of DC's Capitol Hill. Meet the ghost of America's sixth president John Quincy Adams, mingle with the spirit of James Madison, and get to know the phantom of William Howard Taft.

Explore haunted locations in and around the Capitol building with your expert guide, and be prepared for a shock or two as you go.

Enjoy frightfully good fun while delving into the political history of Washington DC.

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Ghosts of Georgetown Walking Tour

Ghost Tours Washington
$20
On this evening walking tour you will stroll the historic streets of Georgetown and hear long ago tales of tragedy, romance and lore.  With its architecture, pedigree and ambiance, Georgetown is a lovely place to visit.  However, the houses, churches and cemeteries of this tony neighborhood are still haunted by their past.  Take a walk with me and find out why…

Meet your guide outside the Old Stone House at 3051 M St NW. Your guide will be by the white picket fence wearing orange and will direct you to the group. If you're running late, you can find the group in the side garden for the first 10 minutes of the tour.

Be entertained by your guide with dark stories of hauntings and horror.  Our time together will end at 36th and Prospect St NW at a set of very eerie steps. At the end of the tour, your guide will provide you with directions back to the starting point, local restaurants or your hotel.

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Washington DC Haunted Houses Walking Tour

Ghost Tours Washington
$20
Two-hours of haunted history that features sites in Lafayette Park, location of the White House. The walk is led by licensed D.C. tour guides, most of whom are also local actors.

Violent quarrels, vicious attacks, murder, suicide — why is it such turbulent events in Washington history seem concentrated around the seven acres of Lafayette Park? During the day, it bustles with White House staff, visitors and office workers. As evening descends, however, so does an almost tangible drape of stillness; it's not hard to imagine the park's inky expanse of yesteryear. Indeed, it is the most haunted site in the city. How the ghosts and spirits came into being is the subject of this eerie perambulation. See the home of navy hero Stephen Decatur, hear about man of letters Henry Adams and his troubled wife Clover, and relive the night of April 14, 1865 when the grim reaper stalked more than Abraham Lincoln. (Could the White House be enshrouded by “the Presidential Circle of Death”?) This walk begins at the house considered the most haunted home in the city: The Octagon.

Please note that this walk does not include interior visits to any of the buildings featured.

Meet your licensed D.C. tour guide in front of the Octagon House museum. From there the walk will proceed to Lafayette Park, location of the White House and other purportedly haunted sites. The two-hour walk travels approximately half a mile along level terrain. The route is wheelchair accessible. The walk concludes in front of the White House (1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW). Taxis are available and two Metrorail stations (McPherson Square and Farragut West) are nearby.

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Washington DC Haunted Capitol Walking Tour

Ghost Tours Washington
$20
America's most famous building is also one of its most haunted. The ghostly history of the U.S. Capitol campus is revealed in a two-hour walk led by a licensed D.C. tour guide who is also a local actor.

Capitol Hill: Day and night, one of Washington's oldest neighborhoods buzzes with activity. Hang around the Hill long enough, and you'll encounter everyone from Congressional staffers grabbing a fast lunch to neighbors taking a late-night stroll. But if you look a little closer, you might discover that you're sharing the neighborhood—and the buildings–with some otherworldly visitors. Who is that shadowy sentry in front of the Supreme Court? What's the story behind the “whisper spot” in the Capitol? Is that a cat—or a demon—in the Capitol basement? And why should you never step foot in Statuary Hall on New Year's Eve? You'll find out the answers to these questions and more on this decidedly unnerving—and historical—walk.

Please note that this walk does not include interior visits to any of the buildings featured.

Meet your licensed D.C. tour guide outside the Capitol South Metrorail station. From there the walk will proceed to the U.S. Capitol campus, visiting the Cannon House Office Building, U.S. House of Representative, and U.S. Senate. Participants will also see the U.S. Supreme Court, Library of Congress and Folger Shakespeare Library. The two-hour walk travels approximately one mile along level terrain. The route is wheelchair accessible. The walk concludes near the Capitol South Metrorail.

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Washington DC Brewery Tour

Booze Tour Washington D.C.
$99
Taste award-winning beers, from pilsners to stouts, on a 5-hour tour to four breweries in the Washington DC area. As an expert guide walks you through every step of the beer-making process, from tasting the raw ingredients to pouring from the taps, you'll enjoy a glimpse of the inner workings of the craft-beer industry. Learn about craft beer during brewery visitations with your expert guide, and munch on food pairings, which are enough to add up to lunch or dinner (depending on which option you book).

Your experience of the craft-beer scene in the nation's capital starts with pickup from downtown Washington DC. While your designated driver takes you to your first stop, an expert guide describes the beer-making process and what you can expect during your insider's look at how four different DC and Virginia breweries create their celebrated brews.
Perfect for novices, connoisseurs and home brewers alike, your 5-hour tour provides an opportunity to listen to local brewers and learn which foods pair well with different styles of beer. Choose a daytime tour that includes food pairings for lunch, or opt for a nighttime tour with food pairings for dinner.

Daytime Tour with Lunch Pairings: Departing in late morning, this option includes tastings and in-depth analyses of at least 15 beers at four different breweries. Enjoy a lunch of beer and food pairings at Brookland Pint or Capitol City Brewing Company, each featuring craft beer, and listen as your guide walks you through the intricacies of how to pair beer with food.

Evening Tour with Dinner Pairings: This after-hours option showcases DC's nightlife and brewpub scene, encompassing both old-school brew houses and the latest microbreweries to open in the area. Enjoy tastings of 18 to 20 beers, with a food-pairing dinner! This option is the perfect activity before you hit the town after dark.

Breweries visited on either tour may include four of the following:

Public Option, Capitol City Brewing Company, Port City Brewing Company, Bardo, DC Brau Brewing Company, District ChopHouse and Brewery or Hellbender Brewing Company.

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DC Sips and Sights Tour

Booze Tour Washington
$70
Enjoy up to 12 samples at 3 of DC's local breweries and distilleries, while visiting and driving past some of the DC sights/memorials that are off the beaten path. You'll still get plenty of beer knowledge and delicious suds, as well as soft pretzels and bottled water.

This 3.5 hour tour offers up to 12 samples during visits to three of DC's local breweries and distilleries in between visits to and driving past some of DC's sights/memorials which are located off the beaten path. You'll gain plenty of beer knowledge and delicious suds, while also enjoying soft pretzels, bottled water and an entertaining history lesson. 

 What this tour cost includes:

  • Up to 12 samples throughout the tour
  • Visit to 3 breweries and various DC landmarks (Air Force Memorial, Pentagon, Jefferson Memorial, etc)
  • A local hand rolled pretzel
  • Safe and sober transportation in our awesome brew vans
  • Our charismatic and hilarious beer connoisseur/tour guide
  • The history of DC's beer scene
  • Beer card for tasting notes
  • VIP Lanyard
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Haunted Evening DC Pub Tour

Booze Tour Washington
$25
Combine a top-rated ghost tour with a pub crawl around the White House on this guided, 2.5-hour, Washington, DC adventure. This haunted walking tour covers approximately one mile, with stories of ghosts, presidents, prohibition, and pubs as the conversation of the day. Costumed guides lead the way through Lafayette Square, with time to enjoy a beverage at each of four haunted pub stops. A beverage purchase is not required, but it's not included in the ticket price.

This haunted walking tour begins at Occidental Grill and Seafood, one of the most historic and haunted pubs in DC. The guide will lead the group from there, sharing stories that will range from ghost stories to tales of prohibition, plus details of presidents who liked to have a drink in the same establishments featured on the tour. Visit three additional pubs after departing, including two of the oldest bars in the city.

Travel through Lafayette Square and outside the White House at night. After 2.5 hours of stories and mingling, complete the 1-mile journey back, ending within a block of the starting point in the good company of fellow bar patrons and friendly bartenders.

Drinks are not included as part of the tour, but everyone will be given approximately 20 minutes in each pub to enjoy a beverage, if desired. The tour spends about 15-20 minutes between each of the four stops, so there is ample time to sit and rest between visits or do 12-ounce curls if still in need of a daily 'workout.'

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Haunted Old Town Alexandria Pub Tour

Booze Tour Alexandria
$25
Unearth the shady and seedy history of Old Town Alexandria on this 2.5-hour guided ghost tour and pub crawl. A costumed guide will lead you through hidden alleyways and tell you tales from the historic places and haunted buildings along the way. During the tour, you will also stop at four historic Old Town pubs to enjoy a beverage before continuing on your way.

In the evening, meet your tour guide at Chadwicks, just 10 miles from Downtown Washington DC, and start your walk along the Alexandria waterfront. Listen to creepy stories of ghosts and local history. Your costumed guide takes you in and out of haunted pubs and other locations in Old Town. Hear about murder, death, and tragic love stories as you walk along historical streets. Stop at the Carlyle House, one of the oldest and grandest mansions in the town where you can feel the spirits that still occupy the house and gardens.

During your tour, you also stop at up to 4 different historic pubs. Enjoy beverages (own expense) and more stories at each of these establishments. Your tour concludes only a couple blocks from your original meeting point, a great location for you to explore some more local haunts in Old Town Alexandria!

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Monumental Experience by Segway

Adventure Washington
$64

Segway around the Smithsonian Institution in Washington DC on a 2-hour sightseeing tour of the museum complex. The tour highlights the architecture, art and history of Washington's National Mall and many of the Smithsonian's museums.

See the landmark monuments, memorials and government buildings of Washington DC on a 2-hour Segway tour, focussed on the museums of the National Mall and Smithsonian complex.

Meet your guide at the side entrance of the National Mall at the Smithsonian Institution for a Segway briefing and short training session. Then, head off to explore the museum and research centers once you feel comfortable on the self-balancing vehicles.

Prepared with the help of Smithsonian experts, the tour passes dozens of landmark sights, including the Capitol Building, Washington Monument and WWII Memorial. See the Korean War Veterans Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, erected in honor of the fallen soldiers of America's most infamous war.

Pass the Lincoln Memorial and White House, perhaps the most famous address in America, if not the world. You will ride straight down the middle of Pennsylvania Avenue, following the exact route the President walks after his inauguration.

Hear stories behind DC's most famous national treasures as you cover more than 1,000 acres and 6 miles of the National Mall and Memorial Parks.

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Whitetail Mountain Skiing Day Trip from DC

Adventure Washington
$131
Escape our nation's capitol for a day of skiing or riding at Whitetail Mountain. Whitetail boasts some of the best ski-able vertical in the Mid-Atlantic and has terrain sure to satisfy everyone from beginners to experts. With state-of-the-art snowmaking and a close proximity to DC, this package makes getting onto the slopes easy. The trip includes round-trip transportation from Union Station, an All-Mountain Lift-Ticket and ski/snowboard rentals with boots and a helmet.

It's never been this easy to get from DC out into the mountains. All you have to do is arrive at Union Station for a 6:30AM bus departure and Sourced Adventures takes care of the rest. Your day includes round trip transportation, an all mountain lift ticket and even ski/board rentals. Upon arrival at 9AM you collect your gear rentals and hit the slopes for a day of skiing or riding. Explore the vast terrain at Whitetail on the hill or enjoy some hot cocoa in the lodge, the day is yours. The bus will leave the Mountain at 4PM and arrive back at Union Station at 6:30PM.

Itinerary

6:30 AM - Departure from Union Station
9:00 AM - Arrival at Whitetail Mountain
4:00 PM - Departure from Whitetail Mountain
6:30 PM - Arrival back at Union Station

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Kayak Rentals in Washington DC

Adventure Washington
$20
Experience a new way to explore Washington DC by way of kayaking on the Anacostia River. Single seater and double seaters available. You will see a mix of nature and wildlife to bustling new development along the Capitol Riverfront! Beginners and kids welcome. Kayaking is suitable for all ages! Kayak rentals are 1-hour excursions.

Arrive at Capital SUP DC in Yards Park by way of driving, biking, walking, or taking the nearby metro. You will be greeted with a beautiful overlook of the Anacostia River. Our friendly staff will check you in quickly and get you on the water in the matter of minutes to enjoy a one hour kayaking paddle exploring the Capitol Riverfront. Our certified paddle instructors will give you a briefing before you depart. Rental times are on the hour. We have waterproof phone cases and water available for purchase. You will experience nature and wildlife mixed with bustling new development. When you get off the water, ask our staff about our favorite places to eat!

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Busch Gardens Williamsburg

Theme Park Washington D.C.
$68
Take a break from Washington DC sightseeing at Bush Gardens Williamsburg! This European-themed park offers fun for the whole family, from roller coasters to shows to a scenic gondola ride. With European flair, Busch Gardens offers you a day filled with action, adventure and entertainment. Explore European countries and enjoy thrilling rides, including Griffon, a 205-foot (62-meter) dive coaster!

Pack up the family and set off on a Washington DC outing to Busch Gardens Williamsburg, the theme park with a taste of Europe. Travel back in time to charming, 17th-century villages. See the Loch Ness Monster and the Alpengeist. Then throw up your arms and scream as you plunge into the air on one of the park's many roller coasters.

With dozens of thrilling rides and attractions, 10 main stage shows, a wide variety of authentic foods and shops, and a magical children's area, Busch Gardens Williamsburg is your ticket to a world-class adventure for your whole family.

Upgrade Option:
You can also upgrade your ticket to include admission for up to seven (7) consecutive days at Water Country USA, a whimsical, one-of-a-kind water park that could only come from SeaWorld! Ease into summer mode and enjoy corkscrew slides, a giant wave pool, a winding river, family friendly rides and more!

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General admission is seasonal from March to November only.

Special Offer - Price displayed includes a 29% discount off the local admission price or up to 37% off of a 2-Park ticket! - Book Now!

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Roer's Zoofari Admission Package

Theme Park Reston
$17

See cheetah, clouded leopards, giraffe, bison, llama, bunnies and more at Roer's Zoofari! Bottle feed baby goats and let colorful parakeets feed from your hand in the aviary. Included with your admission is an open air bus tour of the safari- home to emu, zebra, deer, oryx, bison and water buffalo. Roer's Zoofari is a family-friendly zoo committed to the humane treatment and visitation of animals. 

The hands-on nature of Roer's Zoofari sets it apart from other zoos. Create lasting memories with your family during full-day admission to the 30-acre (12-hectare) park near Reston.

Upon arrival, you'll receive a bottle to feed young lambs and goats in the petting barn plus a cup of feed for the safari animals and a parakeet stick for feeding parakeets in the aviary. 

Visitors can observe squirrel monkeys and ringtail lemurs as well as miniature donkeys, zebu (humped cattle) and horses. A ‘Meet the Creature' animal exhibit is offered daily and may feature an alligator, python, parrot, ferret or lizard.

Open air bus rides allow you to hand feed a variety of animals from five different continents. See animals such as North American bison, Asian water buffalo, African watusi cattle, South American rhea, and Australian emu. Several species of deer, as well as zebra and kune kune pigs, which also inhabit the safari.

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Washington DC Explorer Pass

Sightseeing Passes Washington D.C.
$59
Enjoy savings and flexibility with the Washington DC Explorer Pass. This multi-attraction pass, valid for 30 days after your first use, provides admission to your choice of three attractions, tours or activities at one price. Choose from 10 top experiences and things to do, such as a hop-on hop-off bus tour, Mount Vernon, the Crime Museum and a riverboat cruise with prime views of DC monuments. A provided guidebook helps you make the most of your time in the city. Enjoy direct entry to attractions. Simply download your pass on your mobile device and go – no voucher redemption required!

When you receive your pass, browse through the included guidebook to choose three Washington DC activities from a list of 10, including museums, tours and other attractions (see below for a full list).

Valid for 30 days from the day you first use it, your pass gives you the flexibility to customize your sightseeing itinerary and discover DC highlights at your own pace. The guidebook includes attraction descriptions, hours of operation, maps and directions.

Access to your three chosen attractions couldn't be easier — just swipe your pass at designated ticketing areas, and enjoy. Rub elbows with the political elite at Madame Tussauds, tour George Washington's former home at Mount Vernon, soak up DC's waterfront architecture and landmarks on a riverboat cruise, or get an overview of the nation's capital with a hop-on hop-off bus tour. It's up to you!



Available attractions (choose three, four or five):


  • Big Bus Washington DC: Patriot Tour (1-Day Ticket)
  • Bike and Roll DC

  • George Washington's Mount Vernon

  • 
International Spy Museum

  • Madame Tussauds DC

  • Mount Vernon Cruise by Potomac Riverboat
  • National Building Museum
  • National Geographic Museum

  • Newseum

  • Washington Monuments Cruise by Potomac Riverboat Company
  • Washington Nationals Ballpark Tour

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The Washington DC Sightseeing Pass

Sightseeing Passes Washington D.C.
$49
Make the most of your trip to Washington DC with The Washington DC Sightseeing Pass. Choose 1, 2 or 4 attractions, museums or tours and visit them at your own pace over a 7-day period.  The One Day Express Hop-on Hop-off Bus Tour is included on every pass! Receive instant delivery, your pass contains a unique code for immediate use.

With access to the top Washington DC attractions, museums, tours, restaurants, entertainment and discounts, The Washington DC Sightseeing Pass is the most comprehensive all-inclusive pass in DC. 

Purchase your Sightseeing Pass online and receive it directly via email. With the Sightseeing Pass, you can visit 1, 2 or 4 attractions during a 7 day period. Simply present your pass at any participating attraction to gain free admission. Please note each attraction can be visited once.

Your pass comes with a special guidebook that includes attraction information, hours of operation and more. For a complete run-down of attractions and activities, please see the itinerary details below.

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Escape the Oval Office

Escape Games Washington
$25
A 60-minute adventure that will challenge even the most clever mystery lovers. A team of up to 10 players are locked in a mock Oval Office with clues, riddles, puzzles and locks that lead to the key to escape. Can you get out before the president returns?

Escape the Oval Office is a clever game of wits designed to challenge adults. Players have 60 minutes to solve a series of clues, riddles and puzzles that lead to the key to escape. This is a fun team game that requires a minimum of four players and a max of 10.

The Escape Lounge on H Street was voted Best New Business of the Year in Capitol Hill in the 2015 Hilly Awards, and Travel + Leisure says, "Escape the Oval Office Might Be DC's Hottest New Attraction."

Escape the Oval Office is a top tourist attraction, number one team-building activity and most unique field trip option DC has to offer!

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Cosa Nostra Mafia Themed Escape Room Game for 5

Escape Games Washington
$158
Insomnia Escape Room DC is a new real life escape game. Imagine you are a movie hero with only 60 minutes left to accomplish a secret mission and escape. Use the brainpower of your team to solve puzzles, uncover mysteries, find keys and crack the code! Choose your adventure and don't forget – this game is real.

In the waning days of Prohibition in 1933 you enter a secret door of one of the DC's hidden speakeasies.

A few people know about that place, even less people know that it is a regular meeting place for a Cottone family clan.

And nobody should know that you are a team of agents, hired by a high rank politician to find and retrieve documents about his connections to the Mafia or ‘Cosa Nostra', also known as ‘Our Thing'.

Insomnia escape quest rooms are brand new interactive entertainment. You and your team find yourself locked in the room and you have only 60 minutes to complete your mission and escape. Brainstorming and teamwork is necessary to solve puzzles, find clues and use different high tech devices and gadgets in your mission.

Do not worry – if you run out of time, the doors will unlock anyway. Anytime during the game you will be able to get clues from the game master that is watching the room via the webcam.

The action is not physical and not dangerous; rooms are spacious with sufficient amount of light and air conditioning. Your only challenge will be your curiosity and ability to keep control under a tough deadline.

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Mount Vernon Half Day Trip

Family Friendly Washington D.C.
$105
Take a half-day tour to Mount Vernon – which was the home of George and Martha Washington. Experience life in Washington's time on this tour and find out how he came to be the first president. This retroactive look at his timeline will show you where he came from, how he won the respect of his peers and everything that he did for the country. His life was fascinating and he's a truly interesting historical figure to learn all about.

Visit Mount Vernon and Christ Church with a fantastic, licensed driver guide. The motorcoach will depart Union Station at 11:30am (be ready to board the bus by 10:45).  This experience is a combination of historical narrative by the driver guide and on-your-own exploration at these stops.

Bus stops at Christ Church (30 minutes)

Mt. Vernon Estate (Admission ticket is included)

While at Mt. Vernon Estate you will enjoy touring:
The Mansion
Gardens & Landscapes
The Tombs
Pioneer Farm
Distillery & Gristmill
Museum and Education Center

The motor coach departs Mount Vernon at 3:30 pm. The bus requires that everyone board 15 minutes prior to departure.

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Washington DC Monuments by Moonlight Night Cruise

Water Tours Washington D.C.
$25
See Washington DC like never before on a mesmerizing nighttime cruise along the Potomac River. Admire DC's most famous monuments and landmarks including the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial and Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, all beautifully illuminated against the night sky. Your modern boat offers a full bar and atmospheric music, along with a climate-controlled indoor cabin and outdoor viewing deck. This is the most scenic way to view the capital's impressive skyline -- the reflections off the water are an unforgettable sight for tourists and locals alike!

Meet in the Georgetown district of Washington DC at your selected time to board your sightseeing cruise of DC's most famous and iconic monuments and landmarks.
Cruising south along the Potomac River, enjoy amazing views of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Thomas Jefferson Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial, National Mall, John F Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts and more, all gorgeously illuminated against the moonlit sky. If you think these DC attractions are beautiful during the day, just wait until you see them at night! The reflections off the water are an unforgettable sight.
Lounge in the climate-controlled indoor cabin or admire the DC skyline from the outdoor viewing deck. Your modern cruise boat has panoramic windows for optimal viewing, with soothing moonlight music to enhance your sightseeing experience. There's also a full bar on board, so you can enjoy drinks as you soak up the views (own expense).

Please note: Children under the age of 10 years old will not be permitted.  This cruise is not a narrated tour.

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Washington DC Comedy Magic Show

Theater, Dance, & Musicals Washington
$35

Tired of dinner and a movie?  Two magicians battle for the title of DC's Best, performing seriously funny magic with audience involvement from start to finish.  Who will win?  You, the audience, will decide.  The Magic Duel has earned 2016 and 2017 TripAdvisor Certificates of Excellence, and a 5 star rating on Yelp.  

 An upscale alternative to the comedy club, The Magic Duel is as funny as many stand up comedians but is 100% clean and non-offensive, and it is in a beautiful venue so you can dress up and have a spectacular evening out.

Think you have seen all of the DC sights?  Tired of dinner and a movie?  Audiences say The Magic Duel is “a perfect birthday night out, date night, girls night out or anything!”  First rate snarkists Mark Phillips and Brian Curry battle for the title of Best Magician with audience involvement from start to finish.  This show is full of seriously funny magic that will fool you.  Badly.  Who will win?  The audience is judge and jury.  The Magic Duel earned 2016 and 2017 TripAdvisor Certificates of Excellence, and holds a 5 star rating on Yelp.  An amazing night out.   

Catch Me - The Magic Duel has two performances on each show date, 5:00PM and 8:00PM.  Seating begins 45 minutes prior to show time; ticket holders may reserve their seat (seating is general admission) and enjoy the lobby bar "Edgar.'  Seating is limited to ensure good visibility.   Audiences may bring drinks from the Mayflower's bar, Edgar, to the performance.  The Farragut North Metro station is one block away, and there is both street and nearby garage parking available.  Check our website: www.catchmeshow.com for more details and FAQs.

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UNO Pizzeria and Grill: Deep-Dish Cooking Class with Lunch in Washington D.C.

Classes Washington
$45
Learn how to create the perfect deep-dish pizza from the restaurant that invented it! Join a cooking class at any of five participating UNO Pizzeria & Grill locations. You'll shape the dough in an UNO deep-dish pan, crush tomatoes to create your own sauce, layer your cheese and add your choice of toppings the way you want them.

Please note: Reservations are required. To reserve class space, please confirm with tour operator. Guests are encouraged to reserve class space within 30 days of purchase. Present voucher upon arrival.

Over 70 years ago, UNO Pizzeria & Grill brought its iconic deep-dish pizza to pizza lovers across the country. Now, the restaurant is opening up its kitchen to show you how to perfect its legendary recipe. Your cooking class includes instruction, a pizza lunch with salad, and a beverage. Enjoy your custom creation for lunch and take home the recipe to make it again! Classes are taught by UNO managers with decades of deep-dish knowledge.

Classes are available on Saturday (subject to availability) and run from 8:45am to 10:45am. Not valid on holidays or holiday weekends.

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Washington DC New Year's Eve Dinner Cruise

Seasonal Events Washington
$211
Take in the city skyline in Washington DC on an all-you-can-eat buffet cruise. Board a luxury boat for a sightseeing cruise on the Potomac River with dinner and dancing while a DJ spins your favorite tunes. Pass by illuminated landmarks such as the Washington Monument and feast on a variety of delicious dishes during the 4-hour tour.

Meet for this 4-hour cruise at Washington DC's Pier 4 on New Year's Eve night. Boarding the cruise ship starts at 8 p.m., and the boat takes off at about 9 p.m. There are three seating options to choose from for this cruise (prices vary). 

During your dinner cruise, enjoy the Washington DC views from one of the five decks on your luxury cruise boat. Be sure to bring your camera to capture not-to-be-missed views of DC landmarks while your captain journeys down the Potomac River. Enjoy a relaxing evening of sightseeing, fine dining, and dancing. Fill your plate full of sumptuous dishes from the all-you-can-eat buffet and take a seat in the elegant dining room while the DJ entertains with dance tunes and comedy. After dinner, spin your partner around the dance floor as the DJ plays your favorite songs, or take a romantic stroll around the ship's decks and soak up the illuminated DC landmarks, including the Washington Monument, the Woodrow Wilson Bridge, and the Admiral's Row colonial town homes.

At the end of your 4-hour cruise your ship docks back at Pier 4 at around 1 a.m.