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Visite nocturne du centre commercial national en petit groupe de 3 heures avec 10 principales attractions

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Visitez 10 monuments emblématiques de Washington DC en trois heures ! Explorez Washington DC avec un guide professionnel lors de cette visite nocturne de trois heures. Nous passerons en revue l'histoire de Washington DC avec vous et vous donnerons des détails sur chacun des monuments emblématiques où nous nous arrêterons. Vous serez déposé et récupéré au plus près de chacun des sites. Vous aurez amplement le temps de vous promener dans chaque site.

Nous nous arrêterons à ces dix sites emblématiques.

- Capitole des États-Unis
- Maison Blanche
- Théâtre de Ford
- Lincoln Memorial & Reflecting Pool
- Mémorial de la Seconde Guerre mondiale
- Washington Monument
- Jefferson Memorial
- Bassin de marée /Cerisiers
- Martin Luther King, Jr Memorial
- Mémorial des anciens combattants du Vietnam

La prise en charge et le retour se font au Washington Grand Hyatt. Vous rencontrerez votre guide devant le Starbucks au 11th et H St NW et monterez à bord d'une camionnette de transit à toit haut de 15 passagers qui vous transportera vers 10 monuments emblématiques de Washington DC.
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Ce qui est inclu
Korean War Veterans Memorial & Jefferson Memorial
Washington Monument, Vietnam Memorial, World War II Memorial, Martin Luther King Memorial
Transportation from site to site
Pass by top DC attractions such as FBI Headquarters, National Archives, Smithsonian Castle
Stop at 10 DC attractions White House, US Capitol Building and Lincoln Memorial
Professionally Guided 3-Hour Night Tour of Washington D.C.
Korean War Veterans Memorial & Jefferson Memorial
Information additionnelle
  • Les bébés et les petits enfants peuvent monter dans un landau ou une poussette
  • Des options de transport en commun sont disponibles à proximité
  • Les bébés doivent s'asseoir sur les genoux d'un adulte
  • Convient à tous les niveaux de condition physique
  • Nos visites nocturnes en petit groupe commencent devant le Starbucks, au Washington Grand Hyatt 1000 H Street NW.
  • Veuillez vous assurer que nous avons votre numéro de téléphone portable. Nous vous enverrons un SMS le jour de votre visite avec le nom, le numéro et des instructions de prise en charge plus détaillées de votre guide.
  • Nous visitons beau temps, mauvais temps.
  • L'itinéraire de la visite peut changer en raison de travaux de construction ou de fermetures de routes.
À quoi s'attendre
1
St Patrick's Catholic Church
We will point out St. Catholic Church as we pass it during the tour. St Patrick's Catholic Church was established in 1794.
2
Ford's Theatre
We will point out Ford's Theatre as we pass it during the tour.
3
FBI Headquarters
We will point out the FBI Headquarters as we pass it during the tour.
4
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
We will point out the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History as we pass it during the tour.
5
Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building
We will point out the Robert F. Kennedy Depart of Justice Building as we pass it during the tour.
6
The National Archives Museum
We will point out the National Archives Museum as we pass it during the tour. The National Archives Museum is home to America's Founding Documents (The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, and the Bill of Rights).
7
United States Navy Memorial and Naval Heritage Center
We will point out the United States Navy Memorial as we pass it during the tour. The United States Navy Memorial honors those who have served or are currently serving in the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and the Merchant Marines.
8
National Mall
The US Capitol, World War II Veterans Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial & Korean War Veterans Memorial are all sites that we will stop at that are located on the National Mall.
9
National Gallery of Art
We will point out the National Gallery of Art as we pass it during the tour.
10
Peace Monument
The Peace Monument is located on the US Capitol Grounds.
11
U.S. Capitol
You will have a chance to get out and explore the grounds of the US Capitol. This site has many great photo opportunities.
12
Capitol Reflecting Pool
Explore the Capitol Reflecting Pool. This attraction is at The U.S. Capitol.
13
James A. Garfield Monument
The James A. Garfield Monument is located at the US Capitol. James Abram Garfield was the 20th president of the United States, serving from March 4, 1881, until his death by assassination six and a half months later. He is the only sitting member of the United States House of Representatives to be elected to the presidency.
14
United States Botanic Garden
We will point out the United States Botanic Garden as we pass it during the tour.
15
National Museum of the American Indian
We will point out the National Museum of the American Indian as we pass it during the tour.
16
National Air and Space Museum
We will point out the National Air and Space Museum as we pass it during the tour.
17
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
We will point out the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden as we pass it during the tour.
18
Smithsonian Institution Building
We will point out the Smithsonian Castle as we pass it during the tour.
19
Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
We will point out the Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery as we pass them during the tour.
20
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
We will point out the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as we pass it during the tour.
21
National Museum of American History
We will point out the National Museum of American History as we pass it during the tour.
22
United States Department of Agriculture
We will point out the United States Department of Agriculture as we pass it during the tour.
23
Bureau Of Engraving And Printing
We will point out the Bureau of Engraving and Printing as we pass it during the tour. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is where paper money is made.
24
Washington Monument
Guided Stop.
25
National Museum of African American History and Culture
We will point out the National Museum of African American History and Culture as we pass it during the tour.
26
Tidal Basin
You will get the chance to explore The Tidal Basin during your stops at The Jefferson and Martin Luther King Jr Memorials. The Tidal Basin is home to the Cherry Trees, a gift from Japan in 1914.
27
Jefferson Memorial
Explore the Jefferson Memorial. This stop has a ton of photo opportunities. The Jefferson Memorial is located on the Tidal Basin and surrounded by the Cherry Trees, which were a gift from Japan in 1914. You will also have a beautiful view of the Washington Monument from this site.
28
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
Explore the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.
29
District of Columbia War Memorial
We will point out the District of Columbia War Memorial as we pass it during the tour.
30
National World War II Memorial
Explore the National World War II Memorial.
31
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Explore the Korean War Veterans Memorial.
32
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Walk along the wall at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
33
The Three Soldiers
The Three Soldiers is located at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
34
Vietnam Women's Memorial
The Vietnam Woman's Memorial is located at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
35
Lincoln Memorial
Explore the Lincoln Memorial.
36
White House
See the South Lawn of the White House from Constitution Ave.
37
St Patrick's Catholic Church
We will point out St. Catholic Church as we pass it during the tour. St Patrick's Catholic Church was established in 1794.
38
Ford's Theatre
We will point out Ford's Theatre as we pass it during the tour.
39
FBI Headquarters
We will point out the FBI Headquarters as we pass it during the tour.
40
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
We will point out the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History as we pass it during the tour.
41
Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building
We will point out the Robert F. Kennedy Depart of Justice Building as we pass it during the tour.
42
The National Archives Museum
We will point out the National Archives Museum as we pass it during the tour. The National Archives Museum is home to America's Founding Documents (The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, and the Bill of Rights).
43
United States Navy Memorial and Naval Heritage Center
We will point out the United States Navy Memorial as we pass it during the tour. The United States Navy Memorial honors those who have served or are currently serving in the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and the Merchant Marines.
44
National Mall
The US Capitol, World War II Veterans Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial & Korean War Veterans Memorial are all sites that we will stop at that are located on the National Mall.
45
National Gallery of Art
We will point out the National Gallery of Art as we pass it during the tour.
46
Peace Monument
The Peace Monument is located on the US Capitol Grounds.
47
U.S. Capitol
You will have a chance to get out and explore the grounds of the US Capitol. This site has many great photo opportunities.
48
Capitol Reflecting Pool
Explore the Capitol Reflecting Pool. This attraction is at The U.S. Capitol.
49
James A. Garfield Monument
The James A. Garfield Monument is located at the US Capitol. James Abram Garfield was the 20th president of the United States, serving from March 4, 1881, until his death by assassination six and a half months later. He is the only sitting member of the United States House of Representatives to be elected to the presidency.
50
United States Botanic Garden
We will point out the United States Botanic Garden as we pass it during the tour.
51
National Museum of the American Indian
We will point out the National Museum of the American Indian as we pass it during the tour.
52
National Air and Space Museum
We will point out the National Air and Space Museum as we pass it during the tour.
53
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
We will point out the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden as we pass it during the tour.
54
Smithsonian Institution Building
We will point out the Smithsonian Castle as we pass it during the tour.
55
Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
We will point out the Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery as we pass them during the tour.
56
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
We will point out the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as we pass it during the tour.
57
National Museum of American History
We will point out the National Museum of American History as we pass it during the tour.
58
United States Department of Agriculture
We will point out the United States Department of Agriculture as we pass it during the tour.
59
Bureau Of Engraving And Printing
We will point out the Bureau of Engraving and Printing as we pass it during the tour. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is where paper money is made.
60
Washington Monument
Guided Stop.
61
National Museum of African American History and Culture
We will point out the National Museum of African American History and Culture as we pass it during the tour.
62
Tidal Basin
You will get the chance to explore The Tidal Basin during your stops at The Jefferson and Martin Luther King Jr Memorials. The Tidal Basin is home to the Cherry Trees, a gift from Japan in 1914.
63
Jefferson Memorial
Explore the Jefferson Memorial. This stop has a ton of photo opportunities. The Jefferson Memorial is located on the Tidal Basin and surrounded by the Cherry Trees, which were a gift from Japan in 1914. You will also have a beautiful view of the Washington Monument from this site.
64
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
Explore the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.
65
District of Columbia War Memorial
We will point out the District of Columbia War Memorial as we pass it during the tour.
66
National World War II Memorial
Explore the National World War II Memorial.
67
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Explore the Korean War Veterans Memorial.
68
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Walk along the wall at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
69
The Three Soldiers
The Three Soldiers is located at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
70
Vietnam Women's Memorial
The Vietnam Woman's Memorial is located at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
71
Lincoln Memorial
Explore the Lincoln Memorial.
72
White House
See the South Lawn of the White House from Constitution Ave.
73
St Patrick's Catholic Church
We will point out St. Catholic Church as we pass it during the tour. St Patrick's Catholic Church was established in 1794.
74
Ford's Theatre
We will point out Ford's Theatre as we pass it during the tour.
75
FBI Headquarters
We will point out the FBI Headquarters as we pass it during the tour.
76
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
We will point out the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History as we pass it during the tour.
77
Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building
We will point out the Robert F. Kennedy Depart of Justice Building as we pass it during the tour.
78
The National Archives Museum
We will point out the National Archives Museum as we pass it during the tour. The National Archives Museum is home to America's Founding Documents (The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, and the Bill of Rights).
79
United States Navy Memorial and Naval Heritage Center
We will point out the United States Navy Memorial as we pass it during the tour. The United States Navy Memorial honors those who have served or are currently serving in the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and the Merchant Marines.
80
National Mall
The US Capitol, World War II Veterans Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial & Korean War Veterans Memorial are all sites that we will stop at that are located on the National Mall.
81
National Gallery of Art
We will point out the National Gallery of Art as we pass it during the tour.
82
Peace Monument
The Peace Monument is located on the US Capitol Grounds.
83
U.S. Capitol
You will have a chance to get out and explore the grounds of the US Capitol. This site has many great photo opportunities.
84
Capitol Reflecting Pool
Explore the Capitol Reflecting Pool. This attraction is at The U.S. Capitol.
85
James A. Garfield Monument
The James A. Garfield Monument is located at the US Capitol. James Abram Garfield was the 20th president of the United States, serving from March 4, 1881, until his death by assassination six and a half months later. He is the only sitting member of the United States House of Representatives to be elected to the presidency.
86
United States Botanic Garden
We will point out the United States Botanic Garden as we pass it during the tour.
87
National Museum of the American Indian
We will point out the National Museum of the American Indian as we pass it during the tour.
88
National Air and Space Museum
We will point out the National Air and Space Museum as we pass it during the tour.
89
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
We will point out the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden as we pass it during the tour.
90
Smithsonian Institution Building
We will point out the Smithsonian Castle as we pass it during the tour.
91
Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
We will point out the Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery as we pass them during the tour.
92
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
We will point out the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as we pass it during the tour.
93
National Museum of American History
We will point out the National Museum of American History as we pass it during the tour.
94
United States Department of Agriculture
We will point out the United States Department of Agriculture as we pass it during the tour.
95
Bureau Of Engraving And Printing
We will point out the Bureau of Engraving and Printing as we pass it during the tour. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is where paper money is made.
96
Washington Monument
Guided Stop.
97
National Museum of African American History and Culture
We will point out the National Museum of African American History and Culture as we pass it during the tour.
98
Tidal Basin
You will get the chance to explore The Tidal Basin during your stops at The Jefferson and Martin Luther King Jr Memorials. The Tidal Basin is home to the Cherry Trees, a gift from Japan in 1914.
99
Jefferson Memorial
Explore the Jefferson Memorial. This stop has a ton of photo opportunities. The Jefferson Memorial is located on the Tidal Basin and surrounded by the Cherry Trees, which were a gift from Japan in 1914. You will also have a beautiful view of the Washington Monument from this site.
100
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
Explore the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.
101
District of Columbia War Memorial
We will point out the District of Columbia War Memorial as we pass it during the tour.
102
National World War II Memorial
Explore the National World War II Memorial.
103
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Explore the Korean War Veterans Memorial.
104
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Walk along the wall at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
105
The Three Soldiers
The Three Soldiers is located at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
106
Vietnam Women's Memorial
The Vietnam Woman's Memorial is located at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
107
Lincoln Memorial
Explore the Lincoln Memorial.
108
White House
See the South Lawn of the White House from Constitution Ave.
109
St Patrick's Catholic Church
We will point out St. Catholic Church as we pass it during the tour. St Patrick's Catholic Church was established in 1794.
110
Ford's Theatre
We will point out Ford's Theatre as we pass it during the tour.
111
FBI Headquarters
We will point out the FBI Headquarters as we pass it during the tour.
112
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
We will point out the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History as we pass it during the tour.
113
Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building
We will point out the Robert F. Kennedy Depart of Justice Building as we pass it during the tour.
114
The National Archives Museum
We will point out the National Archives Museum as we pass it during the tour. The National Archives Museum is home to America's Founding Documents (The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, and the Bill of Rights).
115
United States Navy Memorial and Naval Heritage Center
We will point out the United States Navy Memorial as we pass it during the tour. The United States Navy Memorial honors those who have served or are currently serving in the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and the Merchant Marines.
116
National Mall
The US Capitol, World War II Veterans Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial & Korean War Veterans Memorial are all sites that we will stop at that are located on the National Mall.
117
National Gallery of Art
We will point out the National Gallery of Art as we pass it during the tour.
118
Peace Monument
The Peace Monument is located on the US Capitol Grounds.
119
U.S. Capitol
You will have a chance to get out and explore the grounds of the US Capitol. This site has many great photo opportunities.
120
Capitol Reflecting Pool
Explore the Capitol Reflecting Pool. This attraction is at The U.S. Capitol.
121
James A. Garfield Monument
The James A. Garfield Monument is located at the US Capitol. James Abram Garfield was the 20th president of the United States, serving from March 4, 1881, until his death by assassination six and a half months later. He is the only sitting member of the United States House of Representatives to be elected to the presidency.
122
United States Botanic Garden
We will point out the United States Botanic Garden as we pass it during the tour.
123
National Museum of the American Indian
We will point out the National Museum of the American Indian as we pass it during the tour.
124
National Air and Space Museum
We will point out the National Air and Space Museum as we pass it during the tour.
125
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
We will point out the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden as we pass it during the tour.
126
Smithsonian Institution Building
We will point out the Smithsonian Castle as we pass it during the tour.
127
Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
We will point out the Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery as we pass them during the tour.
128
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
We will point out the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as we pass it during the tour.
129
National Museum of American History
We will point out the National Museum of American History as we pass it during the tour.
130
United States Department of Agriculture
We will point out the United States Department of Agriculture as we pass it during the tour.
131
Bureau Of Engraving And Printing
We will point out the Bureau of Engraving and Printing as we pass it during the tour. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is where paper money is made.
132
Washington Monument
Guided Stop.
133
National Museum of African American History and Culture
We will point out the National Museum of African American History and Culture as we pass it during the tour.
134
Tidal Basin
You will get the chance to explore The Tidal Basin during your stops at The Jefferson and Martin Luther King Jr Memorials. The Tidal Basin is home to the Cherry Trees, a gift from Japan in 1914.
135
Jefferson Memorial
Explore the Jefferson Memorial. This stop has a ton of photo opportunities. The Jefferson Memorial is located on the Tidal Basin and surrounded by the Cherry Trees, which were a gift from Japan in 1914. You will also have a beautiful view of the Washington Monument from this site.
136
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
Explore the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.
137
District of Columbia War Memorial
We will point out the District of Columbia War Memorial as we pass it during the tour.
138
National World War II Memorial
Explore the National World War II Memorial.
139
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Explore the Korean War Veterans Memorial.
140
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Walk along the wall at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
141
The Three Soldiers
The Three Soldiers is located at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
142
Vietnam Women's Memorial
The Vietnam Woman's Memorial is located at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
143
Lincoln Memorial
Explore the Lincoln Memorial.
144
White House
See the South Lawn of the White House from Constitution Ave.
145
St Patrick's Catholic Church
We will point out St. Catholic Church as we pass it during the tour. St Patrick's Catholic Church was established in 1794.
146
Ford's Theatre
We will point out Ford's Theatre as we pass it during the tour.
147
FBI Headquarters
We will point out the FBI Headquarters as we pass it during the tour.
148
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History
We will point out the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History as we pass it during the tour.
149
Robert F. Kennedy Department of Justice Building
We will point out the Robert F. Kennedy Depart of Justice Building as we pass it during the tour.
150
The National Archives Museum
We will point out the National Archives Museum as we pass it during the tour. The National Archives Museum is home to America's Founding Documents (The Declaration of Independence, The Constitution, and the Bill of Rights).
151
United States Navy Memorial and Naval Heritage Center
We will point out the United States Navy Memorial as we pass it during the tour. The United States Navy Memorial honors those who have served or are currently serving in the Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard, and the Merchant Marines.
152
National Mall
The US Capitol, World War II Veterans Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial & Korean War Veterans Memorial are all sites that we will stop at that are located on the National Mall.
153
National Gallery of Art
We will point out the National Gallery of Art as we pass it during the tour.
154
Peace Monument
The Peace Monument is located on the US Capitol Grounds.
155
U.S. Capitol
You will have a chance to get out and explore the grounds of the US Capitol. This site has many great photo opportunities.
156
Capitol Reflecting Pool
Explore the Capitol Reflecting Pool. This attraction is at The U.S. Capitol.
157
James A. Garfield Monument
The James A. Garfield Monument is located at the US Capitol. James Abram Garfield was the 20th president of the United States, serving from March 4, 1881, until his death by assassination six and a half months later. He is the only sitting member of the United States House of Representatives to be elected to the presidency.
158
United States Botanic Garden
We will point out the United States Botanic Garden as we pass it during the tour.
159
National Museum of the American Indian
We will point out the National Museum of the American Indian as we pass it during the tour.
160
National Air and Space Museum
We will point out the National Air and Space Museum as we pass it during the tour.
161
Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden
We will point out the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden as we pass it during the tour.
162
Smithsonian Institution Building
We will point out the Smithsonian Castle as we pass it during the tour.
163
Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
We will point out the Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art and Arthur M. Sackler Gallery as we pass them during the tour.
164
United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
We will point out the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as we pass it during the tour.
165
National Museum of American History
We will point out the National Museum of American History as we pass it during the tour.
166
United States Department of Agriculture
We will point out the United States Department of Agriculture as we pass it during the tour.
167
Bureau Of Engraving And Printing
We will point out the Bureau of Engraving and Printing as we pass it during the tour. The Bureau of Engraving and Printing is where paper money is made.
168
Washington Monument
Guided Stop.
169
National Museum of African American History and Culture
We will point out the National Museum of African American History and Culture as we pass it during the tour.
170
Tidal Basin
You will get the chance to explore The Tidal Basin during your stops at The Jefferson and Martin Luther King Jr Memorials. The Tidal Basin is home to the Cherry Trees, a gift from Japan in 1914.
171
Jefferson Memorial
Explore the Jefferson Memorial. This stop has a ton of photo opportunities. The Jefferson Memorial is located on the Tidal Basin and surrounded by the Cherry Trees, which were a gift from Japan in 1914. You will also have a beautiful view of the Washington Monument from this site.
172
Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
Explore the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.
173
District of Columbia War Memorial
We will point out the District of Columbia War Memorial as we pass it during the tour.
174
National World War II Memorial
Explore the National World War II Memorial.
175
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Explore the Korean War Veterans Memorial.
176
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
Walk along the wall at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
177
The Three Soldiers
The Three Soldiers is located at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
178
Vietnam Women's Memorial
The Vietnam Woman's Memorial is located at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
179
Lincoln Memorial
Explore the Lincoln Memorial.
180
White House
See the South Lawn of the White House from Constitution Ave.
181
Église catholique Saint-Patrick
Nous signalerons l'église Saint-Catholique lorsque nous la passerons pendant la visite. L'église catholique St Patrick a été fondée en 1794.
182
Théâtre de Ford
Nous signalerons le Ford's Theatre lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
183
Siège du FBI
Nous indiquerons le siège du FBI lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
184
Musée national d'histoire naturelle du Smithsonian
Nous soulignerons le Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
185
Édifice du ministère de la Justice Robert F. Kennedy
Nous soulignerons le Robert F. Kennedy Depart of Justice Building lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
186
Le Musée des Archives Nationales
Nous signalerons le Musée des Archives nationales lorsque nous le traverserons pendant la visite. Le National Archives Museum abrite les documents fondateurs de l'Amérique (la déclaration d'indépendance, la constitution et la déclaration des droits).
187
Mémorial de la marine des États-Unis et centre du patrimoine naval
Nous soulignerons le mémorial de la marine des États-Unis lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite. Le United States Navy Memorial rend hommage à ceux qui ont servi ou servent actuellement dans la marine, le corps des marines, la garde côtière et la marine marchande.
188
Centre commercial national
Le Capitole des États-Unis, le mémorial des anciens combattants de la Seconde Guerre mondiale, le mémorial Lincoln, le mémorial des anciens combattants du Vietnam et le mémorial des anciens combattants de la guerre de Corée sont tous des sites sur lesquels nous nous arrêterons et qui sont situés sur le National Mall.
189
Galerie nationale d'art
Nous signalerons la National Gallery of Art lorsque nous la traverserons pendant la visite.
190
Monument de la paix
Le Peace Monument est situé sur le terrain du Capitole des États-Unis.
191
Capitole des États-Unis
Vous aurez l'occasion de sortir et d'explorer les terrains du Capitole des États-Unis. Ce site propose de nombreuses opportunités de photos.
192
Bassin réfléchissant du Capitole
Explorez le bassin réfléchissant du Capitole. Cette attraction se trouve au Capitole des États-Unis.
193
Monument de James A. Garfield
Le monument James A. Garfield est situé au Capitole des États-Unis. James Abram Garfield était le 20e président des États-Unis, servant du 4 mars 1881 jusqu'à sa mort par assassinat six mois et demi plus tard. Il est le seul membre en exercice de la Chambre des représentants des États-Unis à avoir été élu à la présidence.
194
Jardin botanique des États-Unis
Nous signalerons le jardin botanique des États-Unis lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
195
Musée national des Indiens d'Amérique
Nous soulignerons le Musée national des Indiens d'Amérique lorsque nous le traverserons pendant la visite.
196
Musée national de l'air et de l'espace
Nous signalerons le Musée national de l'air et de l'espace lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
197
Musée Hirshhorn et jardin de sculptures
Nous soulignerons le musée Hirshhorn et le jardin de sculptures lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
198
Bâtiment de l'institution Smithsonian
Nous soulignerons le château Smithsonian lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
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Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art et Arthur M. Sackler Gallery
Nous soulignerons la Smithsonian Institution Freer Gallery of Art et la Arthur M. Sackler Gallery lorsque nous les croiserons pendant la visite.
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Musée du mémorial de l'Holocauste des États-Unis
Nous soulignerons le musée du mémorial de l'Holocauste des États-Unis lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
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Musée national d'histoire américaine
Nous soulignerons le Musée national d'histoire américaine lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
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département de l'agriculture des Etats-Unis
Nous indiquerons le ministère de l'Agriculture des États-Unis lorsque nous le croiserons pendant la visite.
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Bureau de gravure et d'impression
Nous signalerons le Bureau de la gravure et de l'impression lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite. Le Bureau de la gravure et de l'impression est l'endroit où le papier-monnaie est fabriqué.
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le monument de Washington
Arrêt guidé.
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Musée national d'histoire et de culture afro-américaines
Nous soulignerons le Musée national de l'histoire et de la culture afro-américaines lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
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Bassin de marée
Vous aurez la chance d'explorer The Tidal Basin lors de vos arrêts aux mémoriaux Jefferson et Martin Luther King Jr. Le bassin de marée abrite les cerisiers, un cadeau du Japon en 1914.
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Mémorial Jefferson
Explorez le Jefferson Memorial. Cet arrêt a une tonne d'opportunités de photos. Le Jefferson Memorial est situé sur le Tidal Basin et entouré de cerisiers, qui étaient un cadeau du Japon en 1914. Vous aurez également une belle vue sur le Washington Monument depuis ce site.
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Mémorial de Martin Luther King, Jr.
Explorez le Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.
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Mémorial de guerre du district de Columbia
Nous soulignerons le mémorial de guerre du district de Columbia lorsque nous le passerons pendant la visite.
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Mémorial national de la Seconde Guerre mondiale
Explorez le Mémorial national de la Seconde Guerre mondiale.
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Mémorial des anciens combattants de la guerre de Corée
Explorez le mémorial des anciens combattants de la guerre de Corée.
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Mémorial des anciens combattants du Vietnam
Marchez le long du mur au Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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Les trois soldats
Les Trois Soldats sont situés au Mémorial des Vétérans du Vietnam.
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Mémorial des femmes du Vietnam
Le Vietnam Woman's Memorial est situé au Vietnam Veterans Memorial.
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Mémorial de Lincoln
Explorez le Lincoln Memorial.
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maison Blanche
Admirez la pelouse sud de la Maison Blanche depuis Constitution Ave.
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Commentaires (752)
Donna_G
Dec 2022
Learned many unique facts from Kyven. He pointed out many historical buildings and significance of each.
Trmarks
Dec 2022
It was a highlight of our trip! The guide was great and so knowledgeable. Highly recommend it. Would be great any time of year,
TAHIR_A
Dec 2022
Our guide Corey was great. The tour was well planned out with plenty of time to take pictures. And his narration was filled with interesting facts about each attraction, as well as other facts about the area. We enjoyed smaller group. Well worth the price.

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