Search a wide variety of attractions, things to do, and sightseeing tours in Washington, DC. There is so much to see in Washington DC, and with heavy traffic and extremely limited parking, the best way to see the sights and make the most of your time may be with one of our Hop On Hop Off Bus Tours.
We take you to see it all, from the White House and the Capitol to the Smithsonian and Arlington National Cemetery. We also offer tours to Mount Vernon, Monticello, Gettysburg, and more. Most visitors spend several days in Washington DC as there is so much to see. Besides bus tours, there are also a variety of Food Tours, Dinner Cruises, Segway Tours, Bicycle Tours, Walking Tours, Photography Tours and Attraction Tickets, to name a few.
The Crime Museum in Washington, DC provides America's most thorough and comprehensive study in a museum environment of the development and evolution of crime and punishment. Five unique and distinct galleries burrow deep into the studies of criminal intent, criminal profiles, issues associated with crime, the prison system, victims, crime prevention, forensic science, law enforcement, the Judiciary Branch of government and more! Explore American History from a different perspective at the Crime Museum.
Take a nostalgic look back at the rhythms of yesteryear with the toe-tapping 1940’s musical revue “Swing Time - The Musical!” in Washington DC. Experience the music and energy that kept America’s spirits high during World War II.
Espionage...the CIA...the KGB...MI6 and Mossad - if the world of spies interests you, a definite must-do is visiting the International Spy Museum in Washington DC. Featuring the largest permanent collection of international spy-related artifacts on public display, this is the only public museum in the United States solely dedicated to espionage and the only one in the world to provide a global perspective on this all-but-invisible profession. The exhibits and artifacts on display are interesting to virtually everyone and your visit will include interactive elements that make it especially enjoyable for espionage enthusiasts. These tickets include priority entrance, allowing you to bypass the outside lines.
Mount Vernon - across the Potomac River in Virginia - is a living museum of the life and times of the "Father of Our Country." Tour Washington's famed mansion, visit working plantation outbuildings and stroll through Martha Washington's beautiful gardens. This tour offers hotel pick-up at selected locations in DC, Arlington and at National Harbor, Maryland. En route to Mount Vernon, your coach will wind through the narrow streets of Old Town Alexandria, past Robert E. Lee's boyhood home, the historic Torpedo Factory, General Washington's church and his favorite tavern.
Enjoy a sightseeing tour to historic Gettysburg from Washington DC. The commentary of the tour guides will help you to understand more clearly than ever before the story of the largest battle ever fought on U.S. soil.