• Explore the Nation’s Capital: see the heart of Capitol Hill, home to the U.S. Capitol Building, the Supreme Court and the Library of Congress; stop to take a picture at the White House; pay your respects at Arlington National Cemetery; nourish your knowledge through the amazing exhibits of the Smithsonian Museums on the National Mall; experience the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, a living memorial to the Holocaust; Lincoln’s assassination at Ford’s Theatre; marvel at D.C.’s must-see memorials: Lincoln, Jefferson, World War II, Martin Luther King Jr., Iwo Jima, to name a few; visit Mount Vernon, George and Martha Washington’s beautiful home and plantation.

  • Relive the experience of America’s first permanent English colony at the Jamestown Settlement.

  • Experience Colonial Williamsburg first-hand by meeting and talking with the shopkeepers, tradesmen, and everyday citizens; visit trade shops to watch the artisans as they create goods used and sold in the Revolutionary City.

  • Learn about the life during the American Revolution, the Revolution’s impact on the diverse people of America, and the development of the new nation through the visit of Yorktown.

  • Visit Monticello, Thomas Jefferson’s house and plantation.