- $99 for a one-day tour to Washington, DC (up to $165 value)
- The tour runs Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Saturday from November to April, and Monday through Saturday from May to October; lasts 14–15 hours with driving time, with walking at each stop
- Sights include the Jefferson and Lincoln Memorials, the U.S. Capitol, the Iwo Jima and Vietnam Memorials, the Smithsonian’s Air and Space Museum, and a stop outside the White House
- Available in English and Spanish, available in Portuguese and Italian upon request
Upon arriving in Washington, DC, around 11 a.m., visitors begin by stopping at the Jefferson Memorial, then visit the Lincoln Memorial and Vietnam and Iwo Jima Memorials. The tour continues to the White House, where participants can get a view of the president’s abode and office from Pennsylvania Avenue. During a stop at the Smithsonian’s Air and Space Museum, visitors learn about key technological advances of the 20th century, and time is set aside for lunch (not included). The tour also stops at the U.S. Capitol, then departs back for New York City around 4 p.m.
Getting out of the big city can be challenging at times, but Tour America's organized trips take care of the logistics. One of the company's most popular destinations is Washington, DC. This tour whisks guests to the capital to soak in the city's historic monuments and modern marvels, and brings them back the same evening.