Discover Washington, DC with the only authorized tour of the National Cherry Blossom Festival. See the sites on the Red Loop (Official National Mall Tour) and the Blue Loop (Arlington and Georgetown tour) and this spring only, hop on our Pink Loop, dedicated to the Tidal Basin and the celebrated cherry blossoms. On board, customers will enjoy entertaining commentary from knowledgeable tour guides, including the history of the cherry blossom trees and their arrival in Washington DC.
• 2 days
On this 4.5 hour tour you’ll explore the fascinating home, and home town, of George Washington. Mount Vernon, across the Potomac River in Virginia, is a living museum of the life and times of the first President of the United States of America. Visit Mount Vernon and tour George Washington’s mansion, the outbuildings, and the gardens.Take in the sights of Old Town Alexandria, General Robert E. Lee’s Boyhood Home, Christ Church, and much more! Enjoy your narrated bus tour onboard a comfortable luxurious climate-controlled motor coach.
• 4.5 hours
Travel from Washington DC to Charlottesville, Virginia, to explore Monticello, the home of President Thomas Jefferson. On this full-day tour, learn all about Jefferson's professional accomplishments and personal life as you tour Monticello, including Mulberry Row — where some of the slaves who worked on the plantation lived. Also, drive by the University of Virginia, which was founded and designed by Jefferson. This highly informative tour provides a detailed look at the impact of America's third president.
• 11.5 hours
Washington, D.C. has been a center of African-American history and culture since the creation of this “Federal District.” Visit the sites rooted in our nation’s history thanks to the contributions of freed and enslaved African-Americans. Stand where Civil Rights heroes and icons have stood and changed the history of our great Nation! Complete this experience with reserved entry into the National Museum of African American History and Culture!
• 4 hours
Experience the nation's capital on a scenic lunch cruise! On this Washington DC cruise, not only will you indulge in an all-you-can-eat buffet, but there will also be live entertainment! Enjoy a colorful cast of performers, including a DJ to play your favorite songs and lively narration of the endless stream of city sites you pass, including the Washington Monument, the Potomac River and the Woodrow Wilson Bridge.
• 2 hours
Get an in-depth experience of colonial America and the Revolutionary War when you delve into Colonial Williamsburg's interactive world. Visit colonial-era government buildings, family homes and craftsman shops as you explore the extensive exhibits at this living museum. Meet interpreters in period costume who bring history to life as they speak as George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and other famous and common people.
• 4 hours
Visit George Washington's Mount Vernon and take a self-guided tour of the first American president’s historic estate. You can stroll through the 18th-century gardens and grounds; check out the gristmill and whiskey distillery (open April - Oct); explore the elegant mansion and Washington family tombs; and see short films and interactive exhibits on display at the museum. Select from multiple mansion-viewing times to suit your schedule.
• 3 hours
On this 3-hour walking tour you will meet the talented chefs behind some of Charleston's greatest restaurants and gain insight into their ideas, methods, and creativity. The Chefs' Kitchen Tour visits five restaurants and introduce you to Charleston chefs who discuss the inspirations for their restaurants and provide a tour of their kitchens. In addition to visiting kitchens, the tour will include various samples along the way, including coffee and pastries, delicious biscuits from a celebrated Charleston biscuit maker and a selection of traditional southern dishes.To meet Charleston Chefs, see inside their kitchens, hear your guide spin some tales, and sample dishes along the way, this is the tour for you!
• 3 hours
Do you love Lucy? Head to the Lucille Ball Desi Arnaz Museum in Lucille Ball’s hometown of Jamestown, New York. Tour the museum and take in the permanent exhibitions, including original props and panels on the legendary contributions to pop culture made by Lucille Ball and Desi Arnaz. You can even do your best 'Lucy, I'm home!' impression when you step inside a re-creation of the 'I Love Lucy' apartment.
• 3 hours
Take in the beautify of Richmond Virginia's amazing Historical landmarks and sites on this 2-hour comprehensive history tour. Whether you were raised in Richmond or just visiting, you will travel through a rich narrative of 400 years of history in one of the most fascinating and oldest cities in America.
• 2 hours