Washington DC Monuments

I highly recommend Private Tours of Washington. We emailed a list of sights that we wanted to see and they gave us an itinerary that we agreed on. We met Larry our tour guide and our driver, hopped in the Black Suburban and we were treated like celebrities the rest of the day. Larry was extremely knowledgeable about Washington DC history, sights, and presidents. I think he could be a History professor. When we arrived at STOP locations Larry joined us while the driver circled and kept the AC running. Larry accompanied us to the sights and took pictures of our family, it was like having a professional photographer on vacation with us.

Bill Thomas

Private Tours of Washington

(202) 505-1035

www.PrivateToursofWashington.com

TIME:  10 AM-4PM

LENGTH:  6 hours

GUIDE:  Larry Clark

VEHICLE:   Black SUV
10:00 AM         Meet outside the Hay-Adams Hotel

DRIVE BY — Embassy Row and National Cathedral

STOP— Georgetown (historic homes and Georgetown University)

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STOP- Arlington cemetery and the changing of the guard

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STOP  – U.S. Air Force Memorial

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DRIVE BY– Pentagon and 9/11 Memorial

STOP – Lunch (Pentagon City Mall)

DRIVE BY – The Washington Monument and the National Mall

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DRIVE BY – The Holocaust Museum and Bureau of Engraving and Printing where U.S. currency is manufactured

DRIVE BY – Jefferson Memorial

STOP – Martin Luther King Memorial

STOP – U.S. Marine Corps (Iwo Jima) Memorial

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STOP – Lincoln Memorial

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STOP – Vietnam Veterans Memorial

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STOP – Korean War Memorial

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STOP – East Front of the Capitol Building, the Supreme Court and Library of Congress

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STOP  – West Front of the Capitol Building, site of presidential inaugurations

STOP – The White House and Lafayette

photo 2 (7)We were exhausted by the end of the day! It was 95 degrees outside and 98% humidity! There is no way we could have seen all of these sights on our own! We all learned so much from Larry. It was a history lesson and a tour all in one.

I gave the boys each an old digital camera and told them it was a contest to see who could take the best pictures. It took me almost an hour to delete ears, noses, and bad selfies but they actually got some great shots! I was very impressed! This was the best day of sight seeing we have ever had!

Happy Touring!