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The Grand Tour

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The Grand Washington DC Tour

If you’re looking to fully experience the nation’s capital and its history, book an eight-hour Grand Tour of Washington! Highlights of our Washington DC monument tours include stops at all three branches of the federal government (White House, Capitol, and Supreme Court), the most-famous memorials on the National Mall, and Arlington Cemetery, including the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns. There’s also time for the highlights of a museum or two!

The Grand Tour is the ultimate DC sightseeing tour! Our Washington DC monument tours help you see all the main attractions in DC—and we guide you throughout the whole tour to provide the optimal experience. Book the Grand Tour to get an extensive DC sightseeing tour.

All quotes are custom: contact us for a quote today!

  • Departure
    Anywhere in the DC metro area!
  • Dress Code
    Comfortable walking shoes recommended
  • Included
    Any tickets/entry fees
    Chauffeured luxury vehicle (Luxe Mode)
    Expert guide at all times
  • Not Included
    Gratuity (optional)
    Meals
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What to expect on your full day
If you have a day, Grand Atlas can show you it all! On a Grand Atlas Grand Tour, you will have time to see everything listed in the Essential Tour (including the White House, Capitol, National Mall and Memorials), plus time for lunch and so much more! With a Grand Tour, you can be sure you really saw it all!
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The Three Branches
The White House, Capitol, and Supreme Court, home to the three branches of the United States Government, are internationally famous symbols of America. Enjoy time to walk around the buildings and fully appreciate their style and symbolism.
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Take a walk through historical Arlington Cemetery
Arlington Cemetery - America's first national cemetery and the nation's most sacred shrine, Arlington Cemetery is where thousands of American heroes have been laid to rest. Highlights include the Kennedy Gravesites and the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier.
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Memorials and remembrance
Washington is world-famous for its national memorials alone. Highlights include the Lincoln Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, plus many more.
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A museum highlights tour
Interested in a museum's highlight(s) but don't want the hassle of figuring out how to get there? Your Grand Atlas Guide can, for example, take you straight to the National Gallery of Art's Leonardo painting (plus perhaps a Rembrandt or a Monet), then right back out to the next destination, saving you a lot of hassle and a lot of time!
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Visit the living memorial to JFK with beautiful views
The Kennedy Center - America's busiest performing arts center, the John F. Kennedy Memorial Center for the Performing Arts hosts some 2,000 performances a year, and boasts a rooftop terrace with truly stunning views of the Potomac River and Georgetown
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Your guide will be along each step of the way!
At each stop, you’ll learn more from your private Grand Atlas guide and you are welcome to add additional sites as time allows.
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