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.