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Visite guidée du DC National Mall et de la National Gallery of Art - Semi-privé 8 personnes maximum

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Profitez au maximum de votre visite à DC lors de cette visite guidée combinée semi-privée complète de 5,5 heures (8 invités maximum). Notre guide vous montrera les monuments emblématiques de DC sur le National Mall, suivi d'une visite à la National Gallery of Art pour voir certaines des plus grandes œuvres d'art du pays. Non seulement vous visiterez des sites emblématiques de la capitale américaine et les pièces qui en ont fait un centre culturel, mais vous en apprendrez plus sur la conception et la signification qui les sous-tendent.
Ville: Washington DC
Thu 29 Feb
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Ce qui est inclu
Semi-Private Walking Tour & Museum Tour
Duration 5.5 Hours (Including A Lunch Break)
Tour Will Run, Rain Or Shine
Professional Tour Guide
Semi-Private" Means Group Size Is Never More Than 8 Guests Maximum
Semi-Private Walking Tour & Museum Tour
Duration 5.5 Hours (Including A Lunch Break)
Information additionnelle
  • Les bébés et les jeunes enfants peuvent monter dans un landau ou une poussette
  • Des options de transport en commun sont disponibles à proximité
  • Les voyageurs doivent avoir au moins un niveau de forme physique modéré
  • Il est impératif que vous nous fournissiez un NUMÉRO DE TÉLÉPHONE MOBILE (y compris l'indicatif du pays)
  • Un maximum de 8 personnes par visite autorisée
  • Un nombre minimum s'applique. Cette visite ne se déroulera pas sans un minimum de 2 invités pour répondre aux exigences. Dans ce cas, une alternative ou un remboursement complet vous sera proposé.
  • Remarques : la National Gallery et d'autres attractions ou musées de DC peuvent être soumis à des fermetures occasionnelles sans avertissement préalable de la direction du musée. Lorsque cela se produit, nous proposerons aux clients une alternative appropriée si l'heure d'ouverture du musée est retardée de plus d'une heure par rapport à l'heure de début de la visite. Dans ces cas, nous ne sommes pas en mesure de fournir des remboursements ou des remises. Une tenue vestimentaire appropriée est requise pour accéder à certains sites de cette excursion. Aucun grand sac ou valise n'est autorisé à l'intérieur du musée, seuls les sacs à main ou les petits sacs à dos fins sont autorisés par la sécurité. En raison des mesures de sécurité renforcées dans de nombreuses attractions, certaines files d'attente peuvent se former lors de visites avec un accès "Skip the Line" ou "No Wait". Certaines salles spécifiques à l'intérieur du musée sont soumises à un droit de parole très calme ou restreint à l'intérieur, dans ce cas, votre guide fournira les informations sur ces lieux avant d'entrer dans les salles spécifiques où cette règle s'applique. Certaines collections peuvent varier au cours de l'année.
À quoi s'attendre
1
National Mall
Begin outdoors by discovering Washington, D.C.’s vast collection of outdoor monuments. This tour is the best way to visit D.C.’s iconic sites, including the White House. We’ll explore the history of the nation’s capital as well as the monuments and memorials of the National Mall that feature figures like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Your engaging guide will share the stories about the major players and events in American history that have earned memorials on the Mall, including the Korean War, World War II, and Vietnam. They’ll even divulge the intricate symbolism woven into these structures. 
2
White House
During this tour you will be able to see the infamous White House, the official residence and workplace of the president of the United States. It has been the residence of every U.S president since John Adams in 1800.
3
Lincoln Memorial
You will also see the grand Lincoln Memorial, a monument which was constructed to honor President Abraham Lincoln, the 16th United States president. The monument towers over the Reflecting Pool, in the western end of the National Mall.
4
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
You will pass by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, a 2-acre national memorial which pays tribute to the members of the U.S Armed Forces who fought in the Vietnam War and were killed or missing in action. The memorial is made up of three separate parts: the Three Soldiers statue, the Vietnam Women’s Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial War, considered the most popular feature.
5
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Another memorial you will come across is the Korean War Veterans Memorial. Dedicated on July 27, 1995, the memorial honors the 5.8 million Americans who served in the U.S armed services during the three-year period of the Korean War.
6
National World War II Memorial
You will also see the National World War II Memorial, a memorial of national significance which commemorates the Americans who served in the U.S armed forces during WW2 and all who supported the war effort from home, The Second World War is the only 20th Century event commemorated on the National Mall’s central axis.
7
Washington Monument
During your tour you will also see what is known as the Washington Monument, an obelisk built to commemorate George Washington, the first President of the United States.
8
National Gallery of Art
After a break for lunch (lunch cost not included in price of tour), move to the National Gallery of Art and follow your guide through one of America’s best collections of artwork produced by Renaissance artists, French Impressionists, and great American painters. See works from Claude Monet, Raphael, Gilbert Stuart, Vincent Van Gough, and Edgar Degas, as well as more modern artists like Picasso, Pollock, Warhol, and O’Keefe, as you learn what’s really behind the creation of some of these pieces. Your private guide leads the way through the halls of the museum, telling stories, and stopping at famous works of art. Some pieces you’ll see on this tour include Ginevra de’ Benci by Leonardo da Vinci, Self Portrait by Vincent Van Gogh, and Woman with a Parasol by Claude Monet. Listen as your guide fills you in on the techniques behind some of the paintings, as well as some of the history and scandals that happened because of them.
9
National Mall
Begin outdoors by discovering Washington, D.C.’s vast collection of outdoor monuments. This tour is the best way to visit D.C.’s iconic sites, including the White House. We’ll explore the history of the nation’s capital as well as the monuments and memorials of the National Mall that feature figures like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Your engaging guide will share the stories about the major players and events in American history that have earned memorials on the Mall, including the Korean War, World War II, and Vietnam. They’ll even divulge the intricate symbolism woven into these structures. 
10
White House
During this tour you will be able to see the infamous White House, the official residence and workplace of the president of the United States. It has been the residence of every U.S president since John Adams in 1800.
11
Lincoln Memorial
You will also see the grand Lincoln Memorial, a monument which was constructed to honor President Abraham Lincoln, the 16th United States president. The monument towers over the Reflecting Pool, in the western end of the National Mall.
12
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
You will pass by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, a 2-acre national memorial which pays tribute to the members of the U.S Armed Forces who fought in the Vietnam War and were killed or missing in action. The memorial is made up of three separate parts: the Three Soldiers statue, the Vietnam Women’s Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial War, considered the most popular feature.
13
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Another memorial you will come across is the Korean War Veterans Memorial. Dedicated on July 27, 1995, the memorial honors the 5.8 million Americans who served in the U.S armed services during the three-year period of the Korean War.
14
National World War II Memorial
You will also see the National World War II Memorial, a memorial of national significance which commemorates the Americans who served in the U.S armed forces during WW2 and all who supported the war effort from home, The Second World War is the only 20th Century event commemorated on the National Mall’s central axis.
15
Washington Monument
During your tour you will also see what is known as the Washington Monument, an obelisk built to commemorate George Washington, the first President of the United States.
16
National Gallery of Art
After a break for lunch (lunch cost not included in price of tour), move to the National Gallery of Art and follow your guide through one of America’s best collections of artwork produced by Renaissance artists, French Impressionists, and great American painters. See works from Claude Monet, Raphael, Gilbert Stuart, Vincent Van Gough, and Edgar Degas, as well as more modern artists like Picasso, Pollock, Warhol, and O’Keefe, as you learn what’s really behind the creation of some of these pieces. Your private guide leads the way through the halls of the museum, telling stories, and stopping at famous works of art. Some pieces you’ll see on this tour include Ginevra de’ Benci by Leonardo da Vinci, Self Portrait by Vincent Van Gogh, and Woman with a Parasol by Claude Monet. Listen as your guide fills you in on the techniques behind some of the paintings, as well as some of the history and scandals that happened because of them.
17
National Mall
Begin outdoors by discovering Washington, D.C.’s vast collection of outdoor monuments. This tour is the best way to visit D.C.’s iconic sites, including the White House. We’ll explore the history of the nation’s capital as well as the monuments and memorials of the National Mall that feature figures like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Your engaging guide will share the stories about the major players and events in American history that have earned memorials on the Mall, including the Korean War, World War II, and Vietnam. They’ll even divulge the intricate symbolism woven into these structures. 
18
White House
During this tour you will be able to see the infamous White House, the official residence and workplace of the president of the United States. It has been the residence of every U.S president since John Adams in 1800.
19
Lincoln Memorial
You will also see the grand Lincoln Memorial, a monument which was constructed to honor President Abraham Lincoln, the 16th United States president. The monument towers over the Reflecting Pool, in the western end of the National Mall.
20
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
You will pass by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, a 2-acre national memorial which pays tribute to the members of the U.S Armed Forces who fought in the Vietnam War and were killed or missing in action. The memorial is made up of three separate parts: the Three Soldiers statue, the Vietnam Women’s Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial War, considered the most popular feature.
21
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Another memorial you will come across is the Korean War Veterans Memorial. Dedicated on July 27, 1995, the memorial honors the 5.8 million Americans who served in the U.S armed services during the three-year period of the Korean War.
22
National World War II Memorial
You will also see the National World War II Memorial, a memorial of national significance which commemorates the Americans who served in the U.S armed forces during WW2 and all who supported the war effort from home, The Second World War is the only 20th Century event commemorated on the National Mall’s central axis.
23
Washington Monument
During your tour you will also see what is known as the Washington Monument, an obelisk built to commemorate George Washington, the first President of the United States.
24
National Gallery of Art
After a break for lunch (lunch cost not included in price of tour), move to the National Gallery of Art and follow your guide through one of America’s best collections of artwork produced by Renaissance artists, French Impressionists, and great American painters. See works from Claude Monet, Raphael, Gilbert Stuart, Vincent Van Gough, and Edgar Degas, as well as more modern artists like Picasso, Pollock, Warhol, and O’Keefe, as you learn what’s really behind the creation of some of these pieces. Your private guide leads the way through the halls of the museum, telling stories, and stopping at famous works of art. Some pieces you’ll see on this tour include Ginevra de’ Benci by Leonardo da Vinci, Self Portrait by Vincent Van Gogh, and Woman with a Parasol by Claude Monet. Listen as your guide fills you in on the techniques behind some of the paintings, as well as some of the history and scandals that happened because of them.
25
National Mall
Begin outdoors by discovering Washington, D.C.’s vast collection of outdoor monuments. This tour is the best way to visit D.C.’s iconic sites, including the White House. We’ll explore the history of the nation’s capital as well as the monuments and memorials of the National Mall that feature figures like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Your engaging guide will share the stories about the major players and events in American history that have earned memorials on the Mall, including the Korean War, World War II, and Vietnam. They’ll even divulge the intricate symbolism woven into these structures. 
26
White House
During this tour you will be able to see the infamous White House, the official residence and workplace of the president of the United States. It has been the residence of every U.S president since John Adams in 1800.
27
Lincoln Memorial
You will also see the grand Lincoln Memorial, a monument which was constructed to honor President Abraham Lincoln, the 16th United States president. The monument towers over the Reflecting Pool, in the western end of the National Mall.
28
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
You will pass by the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, a 2-acre national memorial which pays tribute to the members of the U.S Armed Forces who fought in the Vietnam War and were killed or missing in action. The memorial is made up of three separate parts: the Three Soldiers statue, the Vietnam Women’s Memorial and the Vietnam Veterans Memorial War, considered the most popular feature.
29
Korean War Veterans Memorial
Another memorial you will come across is the Korean War Veterans Memorial. Dedicated on July 27, 1995, the memorial honors the 5.8 million Americans who served in the U.S armed services during the three-year period of the Korean War.
30
National World War II Memorial
You will also see the National World War II Memorial, a memorial of national significance which commemorates the Americans who served in the U.S armed forces during WW2 and all who supported the war effort from home, The Second World War is the only 20th Century event commemorated on the National Mall’s central axis.
31
Washington Monument
During your tour you will also see what is known as the Washington Monument, an obelisk built to commemorate George Washington, the first President of the United States.
32
National Gallery of Art
After a break for lunch (lunch cost not included in price of tour), move to the National Gallery of Art and follow your guide through one of America’s best collections of artwork produced by Renaissance artists, French Impressionists, and great American painters. See works from Claude Monet, Raphael, Gilbert Stuart, Vincent Van Gough, and Edgar Degas, as well as more modern artists like Picasso, Pollock, Warhol, and O’Keefe, as you learn what’s really behind the creation of some of these pieces. Your private guide leads the way through the halls of the museum, telling stories, and stopping at famous works of art. Some pieces you’ll see on this tour include Ginevra de’ Benci by Leonardo da Vinci, Self Portrait by Vincent Van Gogh, and Woman with a Parasol by Claude Monet. Listen as your guide fills you in on the techniques behind some of the paintings, as well as some of the history and scandals that happened because of them.
33
Centre commercial national
Commencez à l'extérieur en découvrant la vaste collection de monuments extérieurs de Washington, DC. Cette visite est le meilleur moyen de visiter les sites emblématiques de D.C., y compris la Maison Blanche. Nous explorerons l'histoire de la capitale nationale ainsi que les monuments et mémoriaux du National Mall qui présentent des personnalités telles que George Washington et Abraham Lincoln. Votre guide engageant partagera les histoires des principaux acteurs et événements de l'histoire américaine qui ont valu des monuments commémoratifs au centre commercial, notamment la guerre de Corée, la Seconde Guerre mondiale et le Vietnam. Ils divulgueront même le symbolisme complexe tissé dans ces structures.
34
maison Blanche
Au cours de cette visite, vous pourrez voir la tristement célèbre Maison Blanche, la résidence officielle et le lieu de travail du président des États-Unis. Il a été la résidence de tous les présidents américains depuis John Adams en 1800.
35
Mémorial de Lincoln
Vous verrez également le grand Lincoln Memorial, un monument qui a été construit pour honorer le président Abraham Lincoln, le 16e président des États-Unis. Le monument domine le Reflecting Pool, à l'extrémité ouest du National Mall.
36
Mémorial des anciens combattants du Vietnam
Vous passerez devant le Vietnam Veterans Memorial, un mémorial national de 2 acres qui rend hommage aux membres des forces armées américaines qui ont combattu pendant la guerre du Vietnam et ont été tués ou portés disparus au combat. Le mémorial est composé de trois parties distinctes : la statue des trois soldats, le mémorial des femmes du Vietnam et le mémorial des anciens combattants du Vietnam, considéré comme l'élément le plus populaire.
37
Mémorial des anciens combattants de la guerre de Corée
Un autre mémorial que vous rencontrerez est le mémorial des anciens combattants de la guerre de Corée. Inauguré le 27 juillet 1995, le mémorial rend hommage aux 5,8 millions d'Américains qui ont servi dans les forces armées américaines pendant la période de trois ans de la guerre de Corée.
38
Mémorial national de la Seconde Guerre mondiale
Vous verrez également le National World War II Memorial, un mémorial d'importance nationale qui commémore les Américains qui ont servi dans les forces armées américaines pendant la Seconde Guerre mondiale et tous ceux qui ont soutenu l'effort de guerre depuis chez eux. La Seconde Guerre mondiale est le seul événement du 20e siècle commémoré. sur l'axe central du National Mall.
39
le monument de Washington
Au cours de votre visite, vous verrez également ce qu'on appelle le Washington Monument, un obélisque construit pour commémorer George Washington, le premier président des États-Unis.
40
Galerie nationale d'art
Après une pause pour le déjeuner (coût du déjeuner non inclus dans le prix de la visite), rendez-vous à la National Gallery of Art et suivez votre guide à travers l'une des meilleures collections américaines d'œuvres d'art produites par des artistes de la Renaissance, des impressionnistes français et de grands peintres américains. Découvrez des œuvres de Claude Monet, Raphaël, Gilbert Stuart, Vincent Van Gough et Edgar Degas, ainsi que d'artistes plus modernes comme Picasso, Pollock, Warhol et O'Keefe, tout en apprenant ce qui se cache réellement derrière la création de certaines de ces pièces. . Votre guide privé vous guide dans les salles du musée, raconte des histoires et s'arrête devant des œuvres d'art célèbres. Certaines pièces que vous verrez lors de cette tournée incluent Ginevra de 'Benci de Léonard de Vinci, Autoportrait de Vincent Van Gogh et Femme à l'ombrelle de Claude Monet. Écoutez votre guide vous renseigner sur les techniques derrière certaines des peintures, ainsi que sur l'histoire et les scandales qui se sont produits à cause d'eux.
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Commentaires (5)
J2366SMkevinb
Oct 2022
Anne Marie was wonderful! Very knowledgeable and passionate about her field of expertise. Ask for her by name.
RICHARD_S
Sep 2021
The Mall was very good and the guide was very knowledgabe in the National Gallery abot all of the artwork. He also had a GREAT personality!
Nancy G
Jun 2021
Our guide, Tony was incredible. He was so knowledgeable and friendly. We booked for a shared tour but were lucky and had a private one. Everything exceeded our expectations. Loved seeing the monuments and the art gallery with such a great guide!

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