Combo Special: Gettysburg Plus 1/2 Off DC After Dark

  • Tour code: 943-3963
  • Available: Mon, Thu,Fri (4/1-10/14)
  • Depart from: Washington, DC
From USD$137.50

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Visit Washington (White House, Jefferson Memorial, Korean War Veterans Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Marine Corps Iwo Jima Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial). Experience the history of Gettysburg and take 50% off the price of our DC After Dark tour when you book these two together.

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Adult:$137.50
Child:$50
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Tour Itinerary

  • Day 1 Gettysburg-Washington(85 miles)
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Day 1 Gettysburg-Washington(85 miles)

After pickup from Union Station, we will head to Gettysburg. We will visit Shriver House Museum(10 - 11:30 am), Gettysburg Visitor Center (11:45 am until 2:30 pm, lunch at the visitor center's cafe is available and recommended for your time) and Gettysburg Battlefield (2:30-4:30 pm) --- tour the battlefield, aboard our motor coach, with one of the Visitor Center's Award-Winning guides.

Later, we will visit DC after dark. We will see Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Jefferson Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, Korean War Memorial, White House (Photo Stop only), Iwo Jiima Memorial.

What's more, we will have VIEWS FROM THE COACH (Locations you will see as the motor coach is driving around and you are receiving a historical narrative from our driver guides): U.S. Capitol Building, Pennsylvania Ave., Washington Monument, U.S. Capitol Reflecting Pool, Federal Triangle, Kennedy Center, Georgetown.

The capital of the United States of America sits on the scenic Potomac River. Monuments, museums, and Americana characterize this historic city, which is located in the District of Columbia between the states of Maryland and Virginia.

  • Always Visit
    The memorial to the great Martin Luther King, Jr. on the southwest side of the National Mall was opened in 2011. It depicts Dr. King standing as a "stone of hope" carved from a "mountain of despair."
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    The Thomas Jefferson Memorial is a memorial to the third president of the United States. The impressive building is neoclassical in design and has been standing since 1943. It sees more than two million visitors every year. It's only available during the Cherry Blossom time.
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    This iconic American monument honors the 16th president of the United States. Abraham Lincoln was president during the American Civil War, and is most famous for the Emancipation Proclamation that freed all of the slaves in the US.
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    This memorial in Washington, DC serves as a place to remember the American soldier who were lost or killed during the tumultuous Vietnam War. Originally controversial in design, the simple memorial has become a shrine for the American people.
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    This memorial commemorates those who served for the United States in the Korean War. It is located south of the Reflecting Pool at the National Mall. The simple memorial is triangular in shape will a circle at the top.
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    The world-famous White House in Washington, DC is the official residence of the president of the United States and the place where most of the work is done. The facade of this neoclassical mansion is a global icon.
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    Also known as the Iwo Jima Memorial, this iconic pavillion was dedicated by Dwight D. Eisenhower in 1954 in remembrance of members of the US Marine Corps who died in battle since the United States' founding in 1775.

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