Enjoy Washington DC Smithsonian Museums
Enjoy everything from the original Star-Spangled Banner and Abraham Lincoln's top hat to Dizzy Gillespie's trumpet and Dorothy's ruby slippers from The Wizard of Oz, and plenty more in the American History Museum.
Discover the natural world in the Natural History museum. It is the size of 18 football fields. You can look at the history and cultures of Africa. You can examine ancient life forms including the dinosaurs, or see the Hope Diamond. The Ocean Hall contains more than 600 specimens, as well as a life-sized model of a real North Atlantic right whale.
See the National Air and Space Museum in Washington DC which has thousands of objects on display, including the 1903 Wright Flyer, Charles Lindbergh's Spirit of St. Louis, and a lunar rock you can touch.
You'll feel the patriotism flowing through you when you see the ORIGINAL Declaration of Independence, Constitution, , and the Bill of Rights in the National Archives.
Experience the emotion felt by the millions of people affected by the Holocaust.
-American History Museum
-Natural History Museum
-Air and Space Museum
-Holocaust Memorial Museum
(Complimentary wheelchair, walker, walking sticks, cane, stroller, car seat, booster seats, or fold up wagon with canopy for toddlers available free of charge UPON REQUEST at the time of your reservation)
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: I will pick you up from your hotel, or any other convenient location.
End location: Back at your hotel.
Duration: 7 hours
This IS Washington DC, so festivals, parades, and large protests can sometimes cause scheduling conflicts.
Cadillac Escalade ESV
Black on Black
Up to 5 Guests
Estimated Local Cash Needed
50 USD - Any personal purchases or expenses.
My vehicle can fit up to 5 people.
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Christopher was on time and very very knowledgeable. He made our day interesting and worry free. He tailored the tour to fit our interests and arranged our sites for our convenience. His ability to park his car and still meet us at the site in a short time not only saved us from doing a lot of walking but maximized the good use of our time. At one stop after another Christopher managed our visit so that we did not stand in long lines and we felt that we received special access again and again.