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National Parks of the National Capital

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Monday - Friday 9:00am - 6:00pm CT

Washington, DC and Williamsburg



7 days from $1,599

This is truly the All-American holiday, complete with the heritage of our nation's capital and the historic charm of Williamsburg, Virginia. Your experience will leave you filled with so much pride and honor as an American.

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    • Visit the National WWII Memorial, the first national memorial dedicated to all who served during World War II
    • Tour Mount Vernon, the expansive estate of George and Martha Washington
    • Full day at Colonial Williamsburg, the nation’s largest living history museum
    • Tour the house and grounds at Monticello, home of Thomas Jefferson
    • Visit Jamestown Settlement and Powhatan Indian Village
    • Travel along scenic Skyline Drive through Shenandoah National Park

    • Hotel accommodations for 6 nights

    • 9 Meals (3 dinners, 1 lunch and 5 breakfasts)
    • Round trip airport transfers

    • Services of a professional tour manager


Day 1 – Arrive in Washington, DC
This is truly the All-American holiday, complete with the heritage of our nation’s capital and the historic charm of Williamsburg, Virginia. Your tour begins with an included transfer from Washington Reagan National Airport. Tonight we gather with our fellow traveling companions at 6:00 p.m. for welcome dinner. (D)

Day 2 – U.S. Capitol Visitor Center and National WWII Memorial
The touring of our nation’s capital begins with a visit to the U.S. Capitol Visitor Center. Home to the Senate and House of Representatives for more than two centuries, the Capitol stands as a monument to the American people and this great nation. During our touring in DC’s mall area we’ll see the FDR, Vietnam and Lincoln Memorials. We’ll also make a stop at the National WWII Memorial, the first national memorial dedicated to all who served during World War II. (B)

Day 3 – Arlington National Cemetery and Smithsonian Institution
Sightseeing in our nation’s capital continues with a visit to Arlington National Cemetery and the John F. Kennedy Memorial. View the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and the Women in Military Service Memorial. This afternoon enjoy time to visit the Smithsonian Institution, the world’s largest museum complex and research organization. Composed of 16 museums in Washington, DC, the Smithsonian’s exhibits offer visitors a glimpse into its vast collection. Numbering over 142 million objects the complex includes the Air & Space Museum and the National Museum of the American Indian. Some of the famous exhibitions include Lindbergh’s Spirit of St. Louis and the command module from Apollo 11. After dinner this evening, an incredible Illumination tour of Washington, DC tops off this exciting day as we see the memorials and monuments bathed in flood lights, including the U.S. Capitol and the White House. (D)

Day 4 – Mount Vernon and Shenandoah National Park

No tour of colonial America is complete without a stop at Mount Vernon, the expansive estate of George and Martha Washington. Visit the Ford Orientation Center and the Donald W. Reynolds Museum where you will have the chance to experience Washington’s life through movies and exhibitions. Explore his mansion filled with 18th century treasures and stroll the gardens of this 45-acre estate, taking in the views of the Potomac River from the mansion’s piazza. We travel south along a section of the scenic Skyline Drive through picturesque Shenandoah National Park (weather permitting) en route to Charlottesville and our lodging for the evening. (B)

Day 5 – Monticello and Michie Tavern
Today we begin with a visit to Monticello, home of Thomas Jefferson, the author of the Declaration of Independence. We’ll tour the home and see the parlor, the library, greenhouse and Jefferson’s bedroom. Experience a “Day in the Life” of Jefferson through artifacts, personal possessions and “mechanical inventions” found throughout the home. Then we’ll stop for lunch at historic Michie Tavern who has welcomed travelers for more than 200 years. Crossing the threshold you enter another time as the costumed hostess welcomes you into the past as “stranger,” an early 18th-century term for a traveler. Later, we arrive at Jamestown, the site of America’s first permanent English colony. Explore life at the dawn of the 17th century inside the palisade of a re-created colonial fort and discover the world of Pocahontas in the Powhatan Indian Village. (B, L)

Day 6 – Colonial Williamsburg
Colonial Williamsburg is the largest living history museum in the country and one of America’s most popular attractions. Stroll streets dating back to the 1700s. Converse with residents playing the roles of their ancestors as they go about their daily activities exactly as they did more than 200 years ago. It’s an exciting glimpse into the early days of our nation. A traditional Colonial tavern dinner sets the mood for our stay in historic Williamsburg. (B, D)

Day 7 – Tour Conclusion
We travel back to Washington, DC today as our tour ends with a group transfer to Washington Reagan National Airport for flights out after 2:00 p.m. (B)





Departure Date Twin Single Triple
September 6 $1,599 + $609 -$12 per person
Setpember 20 $1,599 + $609 -$12 per person
October 4 $1,599 + $609 -$12 per person


Additional Information


*Special Cherry Blossom Time departure. (Add $20 per person)
**Special 4th of July in Colonial Williamsburg departure.
***Special Colonial Williamsburg Christmas departure.
Stay another night Rooms for the night before the tour are available. Cost for a room in Arlington is $189, tax included.
Prices are land-only, per person.