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Washington D.C. Itinerary
Itinerary*

Day One: Arrive in Washington, D.C.
Day Two: Washington, D.C.
Day Three: Washington, D.C., and depart for home
*Preliminary Itinerary. Final itinerary will be posted at a later date.


DAY 1
Depart in the evening via chartered motorcoach for Washington, D.C.

DAY 2
Arrive in Washington, D.C.

Meet your WorldStrides representative and begin your once-in-a-lifetime experience!

Breakfast

Arlington National Cemetery America’s most famous military cemetery: Changing of the Guard, Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, Kennedy Gravesites, Space Shuttle Challenger Memorial

Iwo Jima Memorial A tribute to all U.S. Marines based on the famous WWII photo by Joe Rosenthal

Lunch

National Archives (public line) Home of the original Constitution, Bill of Rights, and Declaration of Independence

Dinner

Jefferson Memorial Dedicated to our third president and author of the Declaration of Independence

MLK Memorial Honors the famous civil rights activist, Martin Luther King, Jr.

FDR Memorial In remembrance of former President Franklin Delano Roosevelt

Hotel check-in

DAY 3
Breakfast

Capitol Hill Grounds Tour: Capitol Visitor Center (by appointment), Supreme Court, Library of Congress

World War II Memorial Honors the 16 million who served — and 400,000 who died — in the U.S. Armed Forces during WWII, and all who supported the war effort from home

Lunch

Embassy Row Houses more than 170 foreign embassies

National Zoo Home to several giant pandas and more!

Holocaust Museum Get a glimpse of life for the victims of Nazi Germany with a viewing of “Daniel’s Story” at this living memorial

Dinner

Vietnam Veterans Memorial Dedicated to the more than 58,000 men and women killed or missing in Vietnam

Korean War Veterans Memorial Tribute to the men and women who defended South Korea in the Korean War

Lincoln Memorial In remembrance of former President Abraham Lincoln and the great nation he fought to preserve during the Civil War

Return to hotel

DAY 4
Breakfast

Hotel check-out

White House (picture stop) Home of the U.S. president

Washington Monument (picture stop) The world’s tallest stone monument, which honors our nation’s first president

Smithsonian Institution (self-guided tour) The world's largest museum complex: National

Air and Space Museum, Natural History Museum

Lunch

Smithsonian Institution (self-guided tour) The world's largest museum complex: National Gallery of Art, National Museum of American History

Dinner

Depart Washington, D.C., for home