There is no better day spent than taking a step into the past to remember and relive some of the most historical events and figures of all time. From vintage mansions, eye-opening musuems and memorials, to historical battle grounds, your inner curiosity beckons for a trip back in time.
Strangers, friends and family, let us come together as one to honor the nearly 3,000 victims that lost their lives, and those who risked their own lives to save others, in the attacks on the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001 and February 26, 1993 by visiting The National September 11 Memorial Museum.
Explore the history of the civil war battle on the fields overlooking Bull Run, sip and savor the flavor of wine at Effingham Winery and discover the beauty and functionality of the property and stop at one of Northern Virginia's most beautiful plantations the Ben Lomond Historic Site.
Arrive at the Flight 93 National Memorial including both the Memorial Plaza with the Wall of Names of the Heroes of Flight 93 and the Visitor Center, dedicated on September 10, 2015. The new visitor center was designed to give visitors a dramatic entrance with a long, black stone walkway marking the flight path of Flight 93.
The famous Smithsonian Institution complex, with more than a dozen museums on and around the National Mall. With everything from art masterpieces to pop-culture icons, the Smithsonian offers great family fun. This tour also does a stop at the National Zoo which is one of the oldest zoos in the United States. It is home to more than 2,000 animals. Spend the day wandering the zoo and see huge gorillas and scary crocodiles to majestic eagles and rare pandas.
Get in the holiday spirit with a moonlight monument tour, mark off a few gifts from your holiday shopping list and enjoy heartwarming displays at the United States Botanic Garden and Washington, D.C. Temple's Festival of Lights all in our nation's capital, Washington, D.C.
See the city in a different light as we travel through the illuminated capital at night. Hear historical tales about the fascinating history of Washington D.C. as you ride along the same streets the presidents have traveled. Along the way, we will make a stop at the National Christmas Tree including the "Pathway of Peace," decorated trees representing all 50 states and a stop at the Mormon Temple Festival of Lights.