Capital Region

One of the many joys of exploring Washington, D.C., Virginia and Maryland is their great variety regardless of the season. There is something for everyone at any time of the year. Whether you are a lover of shopping, nightlife, fine dining, museums, Colonial and Civil War history or are looking for mountain scenery, crystal lakes or wide sandy beaches, the Capital Region USA offers it all and more!  Your great American Road Trip starts here on the region’s collection of stunning Scenic Byways. Some of our favourite highlights are Virginia Beach, Richmond, Baltimore & Washington, DC.

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Suggested Itineraries

America's Byways ® - Skyline Drive

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Day 1
Arrive in Washington, DC. Washington, DC is a cosmopolitan capital city, packed with famous sights, free attractions and home to some of the world’s best-known museums, including the Smithsonian Institution, International Spy Museum & Newseum. Combine this with hip new restaurants and bars, stunning hotels, great nightlife, live music, theatres, fun and funky neighbourhoods like U Street and Georgetown and terrific shopping and you have a fantastic city break destination. Spend two nights in Washington, DC.

Day 3:
Washington, DC to Loudoun, Virginia (25 miles)
Venture west today to Loudoun, Virginia: DC’s Wine Country®. This area boasts exquisite culinary experiences including more than 30 award-winning wineries, farm-to-table dining, breweries and distilleries, locally made pies and sweets, and more, set against the backdrop of scenic vistas and charming small towns.  Shoppers will want to plan time at Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets, offering impressive savings at 110 outlets including Ann Taylor, Polo Ralph Lauren and J. Crew.  Spend one night in Leesburg, Virginia.

Day 4
Leesburg to Luray (75 miles)
Begin your road trip along the beautiful Skyline Drive, a National Scenic Byway, running 105 miles along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains, from Front Royal, Virginia south to Waynesboro, where it meets the Blue Ridge Parkway.  Skyline Drive runs through Shenandoah National Park, a national treasure home to white-tailed deer, black bear, raccoons, opossum, red and gray fox and more. With 200 species of local and migratory birds, viewing opportunities at Shenandoah are excellent.  Throughout the park are 500 miles of hiking trails and a host of Park Ranger programs.  Shenandoah is home to Luray Caverns, Eastern America's largest and most popular caverns. Explore cathedral-sized rooms with ceilings 10 stories high, filled with towering stone columns and crystal-clear pools. Nearby in New Market, visit the Virginia Museum of the Civil War, interpreting the 1864 Civil War Battle of New Market. Spend two nights at Skyland Resort or in Luray, Virginia.

Day 6
Luray to Charlottesville (65 miles)
Not far from the southern terminus of Skyline Drive is Charlottesville, a delightful blend of college town, small city sophistication and an active arts and cultural scene, all served up with a dash of history. Mix with locals and students on the downtown pedestrian mall, home to quirky shops, coffee houses, street musicians and fine dining. Thomas Jefferson's mountaintop home, Monticello, is surrounded by extensive flower and vegetable gardens and a vineyard, all following his original plan. Nearby is the University of Virginia, an architectural treasure designed by Jefferson and featuring historic gardens lovingly restored by the Garden Club of Virginia. Both Monticello and the University are listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List. Take a short drive into the rolling Virginia countryside to tour a local vineyard and sample award-winning Virginia wine. Spend one night in Charlottesville.

Day 7
Charlottesville to Washington Dulles (95 miles). Enjoy the scenic drive back to the airport for your return trip to the UK, or stop off en route at one of the vineyards in the area.

6 Nights
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£850 per person
America's Byways ® - Historic National Road, The Road that Built the Nation

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Construction of the Historic National Road began in 1811, at the water’s edge in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.  Construction continued over four decades, until the Road reached Vandalia, Illinois.  During that time, the sight of train tracks signaled a shift in transportation priorities. But westward-bound families still road stagecoaches along the highway, stopping frequently to take advantage of inns, taverns and blacksmith shops that sprouted up along the way.  Today’s travelers can romanticize about life as it was for those pioneers and discover the friendly towns that have endured.
Day 1
Arrive in Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore is the top city destination in Maryland.  Its buzzing Inner Harbor is the city’s focal point and location for top attractions such as the National Aquarium and the American Visionary Art Museum.  Just a short boat ride away is Fells Point, the historic cobbled neighborhood that’s a legacy to Baltimore’s British nautical roots. Follow Lombard Street from downtown toward several historic neighborhoods, including Union Square.  Check out the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Museum, located inside a beautifully restored roundhouse. Buy an all-day pass for the water-taxis and experience the city from a different angle, take a cruise on the Chesapeake Bay or an informative walking tour of the city. Stay two nights in Baltimore.

Day 3
Baltimore to Frederick (50 miles)
Head west to Ellicott City.  Among the old English stone homes and rolling hillsides of Ellicott City is the nation’s oldest surviving railroad station.  This mill town is home to antiques shops, unique restaurants, pubs and wine bars. Next comes Mount Airy.  Formerly a railroad and turnpike town, it now features a collection of local vineyards open for tours and tastings.  Nearby is tiny New Market, the antiques capital of Maryland.  Arrive in Frederick and tour the city’s 50-block historic district.  Here you can shop, dine and discover one of America’s great Main Street communities.  Wineries, orchards and Civil War history are around every bend, including the National Museum of Civil War History.  Stay one night in Frederick.

Day 4
Frederick to Hagerstown (25 miles)
As you head out beyond Braddock Heights and the farming village of Middletown, consider a stop at the Washington Monument State Park, site of the first monument erected in President George Washington’s honour. Or detour to Sharpsburg and Antietam National Battlefield, site of the bloodiest one day battle in American history during the Civil War. Continuing west, the farmland of Funkstown is dotted with Pennsylvania-Dutch bank barns. Arrive in Hagerstown - its Arts & Entertainment District is home to the Maryland Theatre and Maryland Symphony Orchestra concerts. The Washington County Museum of Fine Arts in scenic City Park boasts an outstanding permanent collection. Shoppers won’t want to miss the 100 outlets at Hagerstown Premium Outlets. Stay one night in Hagerstown.

Day 5
Hagerstown to Cumberland (67 miles)
Traveling along US 40, look for the small waterfront park that offers a fine view of the five stone arches  that support the 210-foot-long Wilson Bridge, the oldest and longest bridge of its kind in the area.  Next is Hancock, where the Hancock Visitor Center in the Chesapeake & Ohio Canal National Historical Park offers an exploration of canal life.  Arrive in Cumberland – once a transportation hub, it’s now popular for its galleries, theatres and museums.  From Cumberland, a steam-engine train ride on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad takes you to nearby Frostburg. In LaVale, the route passes Maryland’s only remaining National Road toll gate house, which collected $9,745.90 in tolls during 1836, its first year of operation.  Conestoga wagons once crossed the Casselman River Bridge, a single-span, stone-arch structure built for the National Road in 1813.  Nearby is the Spruce Forest Artisan Village, promoting local arts, crafts and music. Stay two nights in Cumberland.

Day 7
Cumberland to Baltimore (140 miles)
Enjoy the scenic drive back to Baltimore or Washington, DC.    

6 Nights
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£895 per person
Civil War Trails by Train

Price includes flights, train travel and accommodation.

Day 1 Fly from the UK to Washington DC. Explore the ‘must sees’ such as the Washington Monument and the National Mall, Capitol Building, Smithsonian Museums, International Spy Museum and stop for a picture at the White House. Stay for 2 nights at the Capitol Skyline Hotel

Day 3 Take the Amtrak from Washington DC to Fredericksburg, Virginia. Departing 14.30 arriving 15.39. Here you can take a trolley tour of the town and up to the Fredericksburg battle site (leaving from the Visitors Center). You can also visit the battlefield at Chancellorsville. Stay for 2 nights at the Quality Inn Fredericksburg

Day 5 Take the Amtrak from Fredericksburg to Richmond. Departing 13.39 arriving 17.12. Here you can visit the State Capitol and the White House of the Confederacy. Other places of interest would be the Museum of the Confederacy, the National Park Service Civil War Visitor Center and Monument Avenue.  Stay for 2 nights at the Baymont Inn & Suites Richmond.

Day 7 Take the Amtrak from Richmond to Alexandria. Departing 09.30 arriving 11.50.Take a trip over to Arlington House (Robert E Lee’s plantation home) and Arlington National Cemetery or visit Fort Ward Museum where one of the 68 forts that ringed the Federal capital has been restored. Stay for 1 night at the Comfort Inn Alexandria. 

Day 8 Return to the airport in time for your flight back to the UK

7 Nights
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£869 per person
Wine Trails & Culinary Delights of the Capital Region

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Great food and wine are often pretty high on the list of most people’s holiday requirements, and a trip to the Capital Region will certainly not disappoint on that front! Wine has been made in Virginia for centuries and is becoming more widely recognised internationally for its wines, however Maryland also boasts some world-class wines and this holiday will give you the chance to sample both, along with great craft beers and micro-brews, along with freshly caught local seafood and tasty farm to table produce. Savour some of the best of what the Capital Region has to offer along with beautiful scenery, fascinating history and exciting cities.

Day 1 - Arrive in Washington, DC
Begin your holiday in the Nation’s capital, packed with famous sights, free attractions and museums, world class shopping, and great restaurants and nightlife. With more than 200 restaurant openings since 2012, it’s no surprise DC was recently ranked in the Top 10 “America’s Best Restaurant Cities.” Explore the city while getting a true taste of the nation’s capital on one of the city’s food tours. DC Metro Food Tours offers fourteen walking food tours in the unique neighbourhoods of Washington, DC including a tour of Eastern Market, the city’s oldest continuously running food market. Spend three nights in Washington. 

Day 4 - Washington, DC to Frederick    Approx. 50 miles
From DC, begin your exploration of the Capital Region by heading northwest to Frederick, Maryland. Named one of the top 25 “Small Art Cities” in the US, Frederick is a historic and cultural hub home to more than 25 museums and historic sites. Embark on a 3-hour guided walking tour and culinary adventure through the historic downtown with Taste Frederick Food Tours.  The Frederick Wine Trail travels to six wineries located in the foothills of the Catoctin Mountains while beer lovers should be sure to check out Brewer's Alley, Monocacy Brewing Company, and Flying Dog Brewery. When it’s time to eat, head to one of Top Chef contestant Bryan Voltaggio’s two restaurants in Frederick – the fine dining VOLT or the more casual Family Meal. Stay two nights in Frederick. 

Day 6 - Frederick to Annapolis     Approx. 70 miles
Head southeast from Frederick to Annapolis, Maryland’s capital city. Long known as a sailing destination, Annapolis is host to splendid colonial buildings clustered around the 18th-century Maryland State House.  The city’s scenic waterfront, which includes the US Naval Academy and Main Street, is packed with art galleries, boutiques, restaurants and historic memorials. Head to Ego Alley to watch the yachts or book a sailing tour. Locals love nothing more than to dive into a bushel of steamed Chesapeake Bay crabs, heavily seasoned with Old Bay. Cantler’s Riverside Inn is a popular crab shack where you can settle into a waterfront table, grab a mallet and start cracking. Stay one night in Annapolis.

Day 7 - Annapolis to the Eastern Shore     Approx. 40 miles
Finish your journey of Maryland along the state’s tranquil Eastern Shore region. The town of Easton is considered to be the heart of the Shore’s art and culture scene and is an ideal base for exploring the region’s small towns and natural beauty both on land and water. Make a trip to Tilghman Island to sample Maryland’s official state dessert, the many layered Smith Island Cake, at Two If By Sea Restaurant. End the day with a seafood dinner at Stars restaurant at The Inn at Perry Cabin or The Crab Claw Restaurant in St. Michaels. Spend one night. in St Michaels or Easton.

Day 8 - Eastern Shore to Norfolk     Approx. 185 miles
Continue travelling south along the Eastern Shore to the city of Norfolk, Virginia. Along the way you’ll cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, a 23-mile-long bridge and tunnel system designated “One of Seven Engineering Wonders of the Modern World”.  Norfolk’s 144 mile of coastline means you’re never far from the water. Explore the charming Ghent neighbourhood where you’ll find the city’s first winery, Mermaid Winery. Take a tour and sip on a pint at O’Connor Brewing Company or SmartMouth Brewing Company. End the day with a cruise on the Spirit of Norfolk for dinner and dancing on the Elizabeth River. Spend one night in Norfolk. 

Day 9 - Norfolk to Richmond    Approx. 90 miles
From Norfolk, travel to Richmond, the capital of Virginia. Recently ranked #3 in Travel & Leisure’s Best Places to Visit in 2016, Richmond’s high ranking is attributed to the region’s historic attractions, world-class food, growing slate of breweries and outdoor adventures along the roaring James River and the newly opened Virginia Capital Trail. Savour the flavours of more than 900 area restaurants offering up some of the best Southern US cuisine.  Sample from more than a dozen breweries including Virginia's oldest operating microbrewery, Legend Brewing Company. Stop by Hardywood Park for a Gingerbread Stout which scored a perfect 100 from Beer Advocate or sample one of Strangeway Brewing Company’s' unique concoctions. Stay two nights in Richmond. 

Day 11 - Richmond to Shenandoah National Park     Approx. 150 miles
Head west from Richmond towards the Blue Ridge Mountains to tour the Monticello American Viticultural Area (AVA).  The eastern slopes of the Blue Ridge and the rolling countryside to the east offer excellent topography, fertile granite-based clay soil and a growing season of over 200 days. You can visit several wineries and vineyards in the area, including Barboursville Vineyards, producer of Octagon, the most renowned red wine of Virginia.  After touring the wineries, hop on the Skyline Drive through the Shenandoah National Park. This section of the Blue Ridge Parkway is considered one of the most beautiful drives in the country. There are numerous stop-off points and hiking trails along the way. Spend a couple of nights exploring the park before following the drive to its northern end in the town of Front Royal. As you head north into the Northern Virginia Wine Region, explore wineries such as Glen Manor Vineyards and Chester Gap Cellars. Stay two nights in or close to the Shenandoah National Park.

Day 13 - Shenandoah National Park to Leesburg         Approx. 70 miles
From Shenandoah National Park, travel north to Leesburg where you’ll discover why Loudoun County is considered DC’s Wine Country. The rolling countryside offers a lovely backdrop to the areas wineries. Some of the best views and wines can be sampled at wineries such as Breaux Vineyards, Sunset Hills Vineyard and Stone Tower Winery. Explore Leesburg’s historic downtown area with small boutiques, restaurants and wine bars, and great outlet shopping at the Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets for those last-minute gifts and souvenirs. Stay two nights in Leesburg.

Day 15 – Leesburg to Washington Dulles     Approx. 15 miles

14 Nights
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£1285 per person
Vibrant Cities, Secret Gardens & Magnificent Mountains

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Day 1
(2 nights)
Arrive Washington DC. Washington's inspiring museums, powerful monuments and memorials attract guests from around the globe. The city is diverse and cosmopolitan, its neighbourhoods brimming with hip shops and restaurants. Many attractions are free, like the Smithsonian Institution, National Gallery of Art and the Library of Congress. The city's outdoor parks and gardens are not to be missed. Located in view of the US Capitol are the US Botanic Gardens, featuring an exotic jungle, a tropical rainforest and more than 10,000 varieties of orchids. Perched on one of DC's highest points, the National Arboretum rambles over 444 acres. Whether blanketed in spring green or autumn gold, it offers a welcome refuge for the naturalist. Designed for cereal heiress Marjorie Merriweather Post, the gardens at Hillwood contain more than 3,500 varieties of plants and trees, along with ivy clipped from Buckingham Palace. Spend two nights in Washington, DC.

Day 3
Washington, DC to Baltimore (approx. 40 miles). Baltimore's famed Inner Harbor is a vibrant downtown waterfront area home to dining (try a Maryland crab cake) and shopping opportunities and great attractions including the National Aquarium and its 16,000 creatures, and the nearby American Visionary Art museum, displaying unique works by self-taught artists. Garden lovers should visit the Howard Peters Rawlings Conservatory & Botanic Gardens, home to 35 flowerbeds that provide a kaleidoscope of colours from early spring until late fall. A short drvie from Baltimore brings you to the 22-acre Ladew Topiary Gardens, considered the most outstanding topiary garden in the USA by the Garden Club of America. Or head west to Frederick for a visit to Surreybrooke, a family run farm with a variety of beautiful gardens and historic outbuildings. Stay two nights in Baltimore.

Day 5
Baltimore to Annapolis (approx. 30 miles). Sail away to Annapolis and let the Chesapeake Bay soothe your soul. Feast on steamed crabs, stroll the historic downtown, or just relax and watch the boats go by. Annapolis is Maryland's capital city, and the state house, completed in 1779, has become an iconic landmark. In the heart of downtown is the William Paca Garden, a two-acre oasis of natural beauty and artful elegance. Quiet Waters Park offers 6 miles of trails, formal gardens and paddle boating amidst 336 beautiful acres. Sandy Point State Park features sandy beaches along the Chesapeake Bay with swimming, hiking, fishing and excellent views of the majestic Bay Bridge. Spend one night in Annapolis.

Day 6
Annapolis to Chincoteague (approx. 140 miles). Today's drive takes you across the Chesapeake Bay Bridge and down Maryland's Eastern Shore, home to quaint fishing villages, wildlife preserves and a gentler way of life. Visit the Adkins Arboretum in Ridgely, a 400-acre native garden and preserve dedicated to the appreciation and conservation of the region's native plants. Near Cambridge, the Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge was created as a haven for ducks and geese migrating the Atlantic flyway. It's home to the largest population of bald eagles on the East Coast. Driving, walking and cycling trails make it easy to get close to local wildlife. Further south your day's journey brings you to the serene fishing village of Chincoteague, your gateway to a national seashore and a national wildlife refuge. Enjoy the beautiful sunrises and sunsets, animals in their natural habitat and beaches that go on forever. Be sure to visit the wild horses on Assateague Island. Stay for one night in Chincoteague.

Day 7
Chincoteague to Williamsburg (approx. 140 miles). Head south today and cross the Chesapeake Bay Bridge-Tunnel, a modern engineering wonder. Continue on to Colonial Williamsburg, America's most extensively restored 18th century town. So complete and compelling is the restoration that visitors feel they are in a crown colony 300 years ago. Tour the meticulously restored buildings and stroll the cobbled streets with costumed interpreters plying their trades. Behind most buildings you'll find tidy flower or formal clipped boxwood gardens. For thrills and spills visit Busch Gardens Williamsburg (in season), voted America's most beautiful theme park for 18 consecutive years. The flowers and lush landscaping are awesome, as are the rides! Enjoy two nights in Williamsburg.

Day 9
Williamsburg to Richmond (approx. 60 miles). West from Williamsburg along Virginia's historic Route 5 brings you to the James River Plantations, dating to the 1700s and once home to Virginia's social and economic elite. Continue on to Richmone, Virginia's capital city and capital of the confederacy during the Civil War. Its historic origins have given way to a modern vibrant city. The Shockoe Slip and Carytown neighbourhoods have plentiful shopping and dining options. The Virginia Museum of Fine Arts is noteworthy for its collection of Art Deco, Art Nouveau and contemporary American Art. The Lewis Ginter Botanical Garden offers more than 40 acres of spectacular gardens and a classical domed Conservatory - the only one of its kind in the mid-Atlantic. Maymont, a 100-acre Victorian estate reflecting the splendour of the Gilded Age, features magnificent gardens and animal exhibits including bison, black bear and otters. Don't miss a drive down grand Monument Avenue, lined with statues to Civil War generals. Stay one night in Richmond.

Day 10
Richmond to Charlottesville (approx. 70 miles). Charlottesville offers a delightful blend of college town, small city sophistication, and an active arts and cultural scene, all served up with a dash of history. Mis with locals and students on the downtown pedestrian mall, home to quirky shops, coffee houses, street musicians and fine dining. Thomas Jefferson's mountaintop home, Monticello, is surrounded by extensive flower and vegetable gardens and a vineyard, all following his original plan. Nearby is the University of Virginia, an architectural treaure designed by Jefferson and featuring historic gardens lovingly restored by the Garden Club of Virginia. Both Monticello and the University are listed on UNESCO's World Heritage List. Take a short drive into the rolling Virginia countryside to tour a local vineyard and sample award-winning Virginia wine. Spend one night in Charlottesville.

Day 11
Charlottesville to Shenandoah National Park (approx. 60 miles). As you wind your way north from Charlottesville, take in a portion of the Skyline Drive, one of the most beautiful parkwasys in the nation. Enjoy views of the Shenandoah Valley below, featuring picture-postcard farms and charming villages. Shenandoah National Park offers 100 species of trees, a variety of wildflowers, 54 different mammals and 59 species of birds - you are bound to see some form of wildlife! You can hike along the Appalachian Trail or explore the wonders of the Park with a Ranger-guided tour. Fall is a spectacular time to visit, when warm days combine with crisp, cool nights to turn the foliage into delightful displays of yellows, reds and golds. Visit Luray Caverns, a national landmark and home to the world's only "Stalacpipe" Organ that plays its hauntingly beautiful music on natural formations. Try and unravel the mystery of the maze inside Luray's ornamental garden, where over 1,500 American Arborvitae create a half-mile pathway enhanced with misting fog! Enjoy one night on the Skyline Drive.

Day 12
Shenandoah National Park to Washington (approx. 75 miles). Head north today into Virginia's hunt country, where horse farms and vineyards are set in the shadows of the Blue Ridge Mountains. The quaint village of Middleburg or bustling Leesburg are good stops for specialty and boutique shopping and lunch. Leesburg Corner Premium Outlets offer 110 name brand outlet stores. Before turning in the car at Dulles Airport, visit the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center, companion to the National Air & Space Museum in DC, which together house the world's largest collection of aviation and space artefacts.

11 Nights
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Virginia's Crooked Road

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Day 1
Washington to Luray (approx. 80 miles). Arrive in Washington and begin your journey by heading East to Front Royal and joining the Skyline Drive in the beautiful Shenandoah National Park. Visit the caves at Luray, enjoy hiking, biking or wildlife watching, or simply admire the wonderful views. Stay one night in the Luray area.

Day 2
Luray to Lexington (approx. 90 miles). Continue south on the Skyline Drive andjoin the Blue Ridge Parkway at Waynesboro. Outdoor activities abound and there are numerous places to stop and enjoy the surroundings. Lexington is a short distance from the Blue Ridge Parkway, and its entire downtown area is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In nearby Raphine, visit Clark's Ole Time Music Center, where you can listen to live bluegrass and old time Appalachian mountain music. Overnight for one night in Lexington.

Day 3
Lexington to Rocky Mount (approx. 80 miles).Rocky Mount is the gateway to the Crooked Road and has a historic downtown area with unique shops and a popular farmers market. The Blue Ridge Institute and Museum at Ferrum, 10 miles from Rocky Mount, is the official State Center for Blue Ridge Folklore and old-time string band music, blues, ballads, traditional bluegrass, gospel music can all be found here in the exhibits, galleries, concerts and activities. Stay one night in Rocky Mount.

Day 4
Rocky Mount to Galax (approx. 75 miles). Head south west towards Galax, home of the Old Fiddler's Convention in August. En-route stop at the Floyd Country Store, a historic shop celebrating traditional Appalachian music and heritage. The store has a fantastic selection of Old-Time and Bluegrass CDs and music accessories, penny candy, old-fashioned housewares and gifts, and unique selections from local artisans, as well as Carhart clothing! It is also home to the Friday Night Jamboree with live music every Friday night from 6.30pm. Stay 2 nights in the Galax area (during the Old Fiddler's Convention we recommend a 3 night stay if you want to enjoy more of the convention).

Day 5
Galax. Aptly dubbed the "World Capitol of Old Time Mountain Music" by the Virginia legislature, Galax embraces its traditional music with a passion. Every Friday night throughout the year the renovated Rex Theater in downtown Galax hosts "Blue Ridge Backroads Live," a unique weekly radio show featuring Old Time & Bluegrass bands from throughout the region. Enjoy the mountain activities available such as hiking, fishing, canoeing and kayaking, as well as the New River State Trail Park - one of the top 10 mountain bike trails in the USA.

Day 6
Galax to Bristol (approx. 85 miles). Nestled along the scenic Blue Ridge Mountains of Northeast Tennessee and Southwest Virginia, lies Bristol, a city blessed with an abundance of natural beauty, performing arts, cultural opportunities, historical attractions, and sporting events. Experience one of Bristol's many Musical venues, and annual Bristol Rhythm and Roots Reunion festival dedicated to Bristol's distinction as the "Official Birthplace of Country Music". Depending on the timing of your visit you can hear the sounds of some of the best old time and bluegrass music around at the Carter Family Fold in Hiltons on a Saturday night, just 20 miles away. Spend 2 nights in Bristol.

Day 7
Bristol. Today, the Birthplace of Country Music Museum houses the original relics that helped create America's most recognizable tunes. Not to forget about the next generation of musical innovators, the museum hosts live performances every Thursday night on its one-of-a-kind "pickin' porch". The Paramount Theatre (on State Street) often plays host to big-name national acts, but provides guests with a rare opportunity to hear the show up-close and personal. More casual venues, where food and spirits often accompany the music, include the State Line Bar & Grill, Bristol Bar & Grill, Sessions 58 at the Vinyard, Chop's at the Holiday Inn, Java J's, Confetti's, and Ireson's Pub.

Day 8
Bristol to Wise (approx. 70 miles). The town of Wise is in a unique setting, high on the Appalachian Plateau surrounded by lusch and rugged landscape. Wise has a small-town charm and friendliness, yet offers the visitor a good selection of shopping and dining opportunities. Close by there are vineyards, outdoor activities and the Ralph Stanley Museum and Traditional Mountain Music Center in Clintwood, which focuses on the importance of Ralph Stanley as an exemplar of traditions, his life and influences on the careers of many other famous artists. Stay 1 night in Wise.

Day 9
Wise to Roanoke (approx. 190 miles). On the edge of the Blue Ridge Parkway, Roanoke is a classic 'All American' city with museums, galleries, shops and wineries. Enjoy hiking on the Appalachian Trail, mountain biking or water sports on Smith Mountain Lake. There are also several golf courses in the area. Overnight for one night in Roanoke.

Day 10
Roanoke to Charlottesville (approx.120 miles). Heading North today you travel to Charlottesville, home of the University of Virginia. With numerous historic attractions including Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, and the University itself, Charlottesville is also a very lively town with great restaurants and nightlife, including some live music venues.

Day 11
Charlottesville to Washington Dulles (approx. 105 miles). Some time for some last minute shopping or sightseeiong before returning to Washington Dulles for your flight home.

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Capital Region: City Lights and Beyond

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Experience the best of both worlds, with world-class cities, local towns and villages, and sleepy backwaters which really portray the diversity of this region. Discover history, outdoor attractions and activities, culture and scenic beauty as you travel through some well-known and lesser travelled areas.

Day 1 - Arrive at Washington Dulles International Airport
Washington, DC is a cosmopolitan capital city, packed with many famous sights and free attractions and is home to some of the world’s best-known museums and galleries, including the Smithsonian Institution and the International Spy Museum. Combine this with hip new restaurants and bars, stunning hotels, great nightlife, live music, theatres, charming neighbourhoods and terrific shopping options and you have a fantastic city break destination. With the added attraction of year round events and festivals, it all comes together to make Washington, DC the perfect choice for a taste of the American experience. Spend two nights in Washington, DC.

Day 3 – Washington, DC to Cumberland Approx. 135 miles
Head north-west from the city to Cumberland. Home to history, innovation, scenic beauty and adventure, Western Maryland is unique in its wealth of opportunities for enjoying outdoor activities, exploring US history and architecture, and more. Bike the C&O Canal and Great Allegheny Passage, see George Washington’s Headquarters – a one room cabin, built in 1754-55 and the only remaining structure of Ft. Cumberland. Wander the brick streets of historic downtown Cumberland and enjoy the vibrant Arts and Entertainment district. Stay one night in Cumberland.

Day 4 – Cumberland to Ellicott City Approx. 130 miles
Travel out on the Maryland Historic National Road. This National Road facilitated America’s westward expansion, originally connecting Cumberland with the Ohio River, and then extending eastwards to Baltimore. You will pass through places such as Hagerstown and Antietam, a significant Civil War battle site, through farmland and countryside, and small towns offering farm to table dining and unique shopping. Stay one night in Ellicott City where you can tour the B&O Railroad Museum: Ellicott City Station, the destination of the first 13 miles of railroad in America. Enjoy the five block historic district lined with boutiques and bistros, and discover some of its old world and bohemian charms.

Day 5 – Ellicott City to Baltimore Approx. 15 miles
‘Charm City’ as it is known, is surrounded by waterfront restaurants, serving fresh local seafood as you overlook the Chesapeake Bay. If it’s pizza and pasta that whet your taste buds, head off to one of the cosy restaurants in Little Italy before spending the evening amongst the lively area of Fells Point, where many old bars and pubs have been restored. Be sure to find time to stop and shop in Harborplace Shopping Mall, crammed with named shops and more cafes and restaurants. It’s not just food and drink that make the city so popular. Baltimore is home to the National Aquarium, Maryland Science Center, IMAX theatre, Historic Federal Hill, maritime museums and the USS Constellation. There are harbour cruises available or you could take a water taxi to Fort McHenry or Fells Point. Spend two nights in Baltimore.

Day 7 – Baltimore to Easton Approx. 125 miles
Head north and around the top of the Chesapeake Bay to Chesapeake City, where you can pick-up the Chesapeake Country National Scenic Byway. Explore the picturesque waterfront villages of the Eastern Shore, paddle or hike along some of the coastline, stroll on a beach, take to the bay on a fishing charter, or see migrating birds and other wildlife in one of the many refuges. The back roads through the Eastern Shore will take you back to a time when life was lived at a much slower pace. Visit nearby Tilghman Island, home of the Maryland Skipjack Fleet, or take the Bellevue Ferry across the Tred Avon River to Oxford, an original ‘Port of Entry’ for the early settlers. Stay two nights in Easton, where you can stroll the tree lined streets with its unique shops and art galleries, or watch eagles soar at the nearby Blackwater National Wildlife Refuge. You could also take the Harriet Tubman Underground Railroad Byway which shares the remarkable stories of freedom seekers who risked their lives to escape slavery in the 1800s. Explore the secret network of the Underground Railroad, visit the National Historical Park and take the driving tour showing you the places where Tubman grew up, worshiped, laboured, and led others to freedom. The whole area offers a quiet charm and relaxation and makes a great end to your holiday.

Day 9 – Easton to Washington Dulles International Airport Approx. 100 miles

8 Nights
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Capital Region: Hip and Historic

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The Capital Region features some of America’s landmark parks and its historical significance cannot be under played. However, it is also a very vibrant and exciting area with trendy nightlife, internationally acclaimed restaurants and world-class shopping. You can enjoy both sides of the region against a backdrop of stunning scenery, along many of the Scenic Byways, or from the roof-top of a top-notch hotel.

Day 1 – Arrive at Washington Dulles International Airport
Begin your holiday in the nation’s capital, with a two night stay. Its inspiring museums, powerful monuments and memorials attract guests from around the globe. The city is diverse and cosmopolitan, its neighbourhoods brimming with hip shops and restaurants. Many attractions are freeand the city’s outdoor parks and gardens are not to be missed. The ‘must see’ sights such as the Washington Monument, Capitol Building, Smithsonian Museums and the White House should be top of any first-time visitor’s list. Discover the city by bike as an alternative to a more traditional sightseeing tour or try kayaking on the Potomac River.

Day 3 – Washington, DC to Baltimore Approx. 40 miles
Baltimore’s famed Inner Harbor is a vibrant downtown waterfront area, home to dining (try a Maryland crab cake) and shopping opportunities, as well as attractions such as the National Aquarium, Port Discovery, the Maryland Science Center and the American Visionary Art museum. Explore some of the city’s neighbourhoods, including Camden Yards, home of the Baltimore Orioles baseball team, or M&T Bank Stadium where the National Football League’s Baltimore Ravens play. The city has over 300 years of history, and Historic Charles Street, one of only four urban National Historic Byways, stretches 12 miles through national landmarks and local historic districts. Buy an all-day pass for the water-taxis and experience the city from a different angle, take a cruise on the Chesapeake Bay or an informative walking tour of the city. Spend two nights in Baltimore.

Day 5 – Baltimore to Annapolis Approx. 30 miles
Annapolis is Maryland’s capital city and the State House, completed in 1779 has become an iconic landmark. Wander the historic downtown with its boutiques and restaurants, feast on steamed crabs, or just relax and watch the boats go by on the Chesapeake Bay. There are gardens and parks where you can stroll through formal gardens, hike trails, fish, swim or venture onto the water on a paddle boat, sailing boat, kayak or paddle board, and you can’t help but take in the views of the majestic Bay Bridge. Stay one night in Annapolis.

Day 6 – Annapolis to St Michaels Approx. 50 miles
Nestled on the Chesapeake Bay Eastern Shore, the charming town of St Michaels is a great spot to enjoy someof the maritime heritage of the Bay. Visit the outstanding Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum, try your hand at sailing, take a fishing trip or play a round of golf. You can browse the art galleries and boutique shops of the town and then enjoy some freshly caught crab or other locally caught delights. Nearby Oxford and Tilghman Island are also fun places to visit. Stay one night in St Michaels.

Day 7 – St Michaels to Virginia Beach Approx. 195 miles
Your journey down the Eastern Shore will take you past Chincoteague and Assateague Islands, both with wonderful wildlife refuges and pristine Atlantic beaches, making this a great place to break your day up, if your time permits.Another good stopping point is Crisfield, ‘Crab Capital of the World’ and gateway to Smith and Tangier Islands,where the local inhabitants still have broad Devonianaccents. Virginia Beach is your home for the next two nights, with its long stretches of golden sands. There is so much to do here! You can surf, skim or boogie board all summer long, take a kayak through the pristine waters of the back bay, explore some of the many bike trails, visit First Landing State Park where the early settlers first came ashore in 1607, or spread out your beach towel and relax on the beach before taking in the host of boardwalk bars, restaurants and nightclubs.

Day 9 – Virginia Beach to Williamsburg Approx. 60 miles
Explore this extensively restored town, a living museum recreated to reflect the colonial 18th Century capital of Britain’s largest, wealthiest and most populous colony. Tour the meticulously restored buildings, various interpretive activities and craft workshops. Take the scenic 23-mile Colonial Parkway to the Jamestown Settlement, a reconstruction of the first permanent English settlement in America, and on to Yorktown, another ‘must see’, where America finally won its independence by defeating the British in 1781. Nearby the thrills and spills of theme park Busch Gardens Williamsburg and Water Country USA will bring you straight back to the 21st century. Stay two nights in Williamsburg.

Day 11 – Williamsburg to Charlottesville Approx. 125 miles
Charlottesville is a captivating blend of colourful history, distinctive architecture, Southern hospitality and small city sophistication. It is a charming town with many quirky shops, boutiques, antique shops and bookstores all situated amongst a cobbled Main Street with restaurants, wine tasting rooms and cafes. The University of Virginia is situated here and so Charlottesville is a vibrant student city, as well as having been the home to Thomas Jefferson. You can visit the Thomas Jefferson home, Monticello, an
architectural masterpiece and his beloved mountaintop home. Both Monticello and the University are listed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List. Take a short drive into the rolling Virginia countryside to tour a local vineyard and sample award-winning Virginia wine. Spend two nights in Charlottesville.

Day 13 – Charlottesville to Shenandoah National Park Approx. 60 miles
As you wind your way north from Charlottesville towards the Blue Ridge Mountains, take in a portion of the Skyline Drive, one of the most beautiful parkways in the nation. Shenandoah National Park boasts over 100 species of trees, a variety of wildflowers, 54 different mammals and 59 species of birds, so you are bound to see some form of wildlife! You can hike along the Appalachian Trail or explore the wonders of the park with a Ranger-guided tour. Fall is a spectacular time to visit, when warm days combine with
crisp, cool nights to turn the foliage into delightful displays of yellows, reds and golds. Visit Luray Caverns, a national landmark and home to the world’s only ‘Stalacpipe’ Organ that plays its hauntingly beautiful music on natural formations. One of the other natural wonders of this world is the 100- million-year-old Natural Bridge! Stay one night in or just outside Shenandoah National Park.

Day 14 – Shenandoah National Park to Alexandria Approx. 100 miles
Located on the other side of the Potomac River to Washington, DC, Alexandria is a destination in its own right, as well as a great base to see any of the sights you missed at the beginning of your holiday. Alexandria is known for its rich history and beautifully preserved 18th and 19th Century architecture, world-class restaurant scene, unique shopping and vibrant arts and culture, as well as being a welcoming and walkable city. To the south you can visit Mount Vernon (home of George Washington), either by boat, bike or car along the George Washington Memorial Parkway. Also close by is the Arlington National Cemetery where you can visit the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the John F Kennedy Gravesite and memorials to the Space Shuttle Challenger and Columbia. Spend your last night in Alexandria.

Day 15 – Alexandria to Washington Dulles International Airport Approx. 30 miles

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Capital Region: Civil War Trail

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Civil War history is very much alive throughout the Capital Region. It played a major role in the war of the 1860s, Washington being the Union Capital and Maryland a Union State, with neighbouring Virginia a Confederate State. Virginia alone has more than 200 war sites and was the location of more Civil War battles than any other state. Maryland’s best known battlefield, Antietam, was the site of the bloodiest battle of the war, where more than 23,000 soldiers were wounded or killed in one day. Visit the major points of interest
of the Civil War, but also stunning landscapes, local towns and a wealth of other history. Take in the Journey Through Hallowed Ground Byway which stretches from Gettysburg south to Charlottesville.

Day 1 – Arrive at Washington Dulles International Airport and head to Manassas Approx. 20 miles
Stay one night in Manassas. A great starting point for your Civil War Trail, Manassas boasts not only the National Battlefield Park but also great small town restaurants and shops, perfect for beginning your holiday on the right foot!

Day 2 – Manassas to Hagerstown Approx. 95 miles
Tour Manassas National Battlefield Park commemorating two great battles of the Civil War. The 1861 Battle of Manassas (Bull Run) was the first major land battle of the war. Here General Thomas J Jackson earned his name as ‘Stonewall’ Jackson. The second Battle of Manassas in 1862 demonstrated Robert E Lee’s generalship when 70,000 Federal troops were defeated by Lee’s 55,000 Confederates. Travel north via historic Leesburg with its strong links to Mosby’s Rangers and nearby Ball’s Bluff Battlefield and National Cemetery. Cross into Maryland to Hagerstown for two nights. From here you can re-live one of Lee’s invasions of the North – Gettysburg (1863). Tour the battlefield, visit the museum and use the electric map to get an overview of the three-day battle. Follow Pickett’s charge to the high water mark of the Confederacy.

Day 4 – Hagerstown to Winchester Approx. 65 miles
Visit Antietam Battlefield (1862), scene of the bloodiest day in American history. Then, like the Army of Northern Virginia, head south into Virginia. Along the way, visit Harpers Ferry at the confluence of the Potomac and Shenandoah rivers. Here John Brown’s famous raid (1859) was ended by Federal soldiers under the command of Robert E Lee. Stonewall Jackson captured the town en-route to the battle of Antietam. Continue to Winchester, a town that changed hands more than 70 times during the Civil War. Visit Jackson’s Headquarters on Braddock Street. Overnight in Winchester.

Day 5 – Winchester to Lexington Approx. 130 miles
Travel south down the Shenandoah Valley, the breadbasket of the Confederacy. Drive to Middletown to visit Belle Grove, Sheridan’s headquarters during the battle of Cedar Creek (1864). Continue to New Market Battlefield (1864) where young cadets from the Virginia Military Institute were rushed north to assist in this Confederate victory. Continue south to Lexington, home of the Virginia Military Institute. Visit Jackson’s tomb, the Jackson Museum and the Lee Chapel. Stay one night in Lexington.

Day 6 – Lexington to Richmond Approx. 170 miles
Visit Appomattox Court House, where on 9 April 1865 Robert E. Lee surrendered his men to Ulysses S Grant thus effectively ending the war. Stop at Sailor’s Creek, site of the last major battle of the Civil War in Virginia (1865). If time allows, visit Drewry’s Bluff where Confederate batteries above the James River repulsed Union gunboats in 1862. Carry on to Richmond where you will spend the next three nights. Richmond was the capital of the Confederacy. Tour the White House of the Confederacy and the Museum of the
Confederacy. Drive Monument Avenue with its statues of Confederate leaders. Visit Hollywood Cemetery where approximately 18,000 Confederate soldiers, including Generals George Pickett and J E B Stuart, are buried. Richmond National Battlefield is on the site of Chimborazo, Richmond’s wartime hospital, and traces the Seven Day Battles to save Richmond in 1862. Visit the sites of the campaign that started on 26 June 1862 and ended in the bloodbath at Malvern Hill on 1 July 1862. From Richmond tour the Petersburg National Battlefield site, visit City Point, the site of Grant’s headquarters and Pamplin Historical Park where Union forces finally broke through the Confederate defences. Pamplin Historical Park is also the site of the National Museum of the Civil War Soldier.

Day 9 – Richmond to Alexandria Approx. 120 miles
Head back towards Washington. Within a 17-mile radius of Fredericksburg four major battles, Fredericksburg (1862), Chancellorsville (1863), the Wilderness (1864) and Spotsylvania Court House (1864), are memorialised. View the famous stone wall on Marye’s Heights, site of fierce fighting in December 1862. Visit the Stonewall Jackson Shrine at Guinea Station where Jackson died in May 1863, shot in error by his own men after his triumphant victory at Chancellorsville. Spend your final night in Alexandria. Visit Fort Ward Museum where one of the 68 forts that ringed the Federal capital has been restored or drive to nearby Arlington where Robert E Lee left his home and his career in the Federal army to take command of the Virginia forces in April 1861. A spiteful Federal government began burying Union soldiers on the grounds of the house in 1864 and thus began Arlington National Cemetery.

Day 10 - Alexandria to Washington Dulles International Airport Approx. 30 miles

9 Nights
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Heritage of America - Escorted Tour
Price includes, flights, accommodation, some meals, excursions and services of a professional tour leader.

Guaranteed Departures 2017- Apr 1- Apr 10, Apr 2- Apr 30, Apr 22- May 1, May 5- May 14, May 26 - Jun 4, Jun 23 - Jul 2, Jul 14- Jul 23, Sep 1 - Sep 10, Sep 8- Sep 17, Sep 15- Sep 24, Sep 16- Sep 25, Sep 22 - Oct 1, Sep 29- Oct 8, Oct 6 - Oct 15, Oct 13 - Oct 22, , Oct 20- Oct 29.

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Day 1 New York City, New York - Tour Begins

Explore America’s heritage, history and scenic horizons on this in-depth tour of the eastern United States.

Day 2: New York City

Meet your fellow travellers for a welcome breakfast at the famous Ellen’s Stardust Diner. Then, a local guide leads you on a fascinating tour of the “Big Apple.” You’ll see Greenwich Village, the Wall Street district, Little Italy, Chinatown, the Empire State Building, Central Park, and other time-honoured landmarks. Visit St. Paul’s Chapel in Lower Manhattan, a place where George Washington once worshipped, and where recovery workers came for rest and care during their time at the World Trade Center site. This afternoon, discover “the city that never sleeps” at your own pace.

Today breakfast is included. 

Day 3 New York City - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - Gettysburg

This morning the choice is yours! Choose from a menu of New York’s diners for breakfast. Next, travel to Philadelphia and embark on a tour of “the Birthplace of a New Nation” which highlights the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Independence Hall is rich in heritage as the location of both the signing of the Declaration of Independence and the drafting of the Constitution. Continue on to Gettysburg, site of the Union victory that marked a turning point in the Civil War. En route, travel through the Amish Country of Lancaster, the second-largest Amish community in America, and view the community farmlands. Tonight, enjoy dinner at a historic Gettysburg tavern.

Today breakfast and dinner is included. 

Day 4 Gettysburg

Visit the Gettysburg National Military Park and Museum. Begin your tour by experiencing the film “A New Birth of Freedom.” View the breathtaking Cyclorama, a 360-degree cylindrical painting by the French artist Paul Philippoteaux, depicting the climactic battle of Pickett’s Charge. This original 1884 work of art is the largest in the country. Continue on to discover the Museum of the American Civil War and explore its galleries. Step onto the battlefield with a guided tour of the site illuminating those three historic days in 1863 and the decisive battle that changed the course of American history forever. This afternoon the choice is yours. You may choose to visit President Eisenhower’s home (a National Historic Site) where you will tour his farm; this site served as the President’s weekend retreat and as a meeting place for world leaders during the Cold War-era tensions. Or perhaps you would prefer to embark on a guided walking tour of historic downtown Gettysburg with a local expert dressed in period clothing who will bring to life the true stories of the town’s civilians who were caught up in the battle. Tonight, enjoy a home-cooked family-style meal in a historic barn (dating back to 1764) and experience life on a third generation family-owned farm.

Today breakfast is included. 

Day 5 Gettysburg - Shenandoah Valley - Charlottesville, Virginia

Today we make our way to Virginia. Along the way, travel through Shenandoah National Park via the famous Skyline Drive, along the crest of the Blue Ridge Mountains, where scenic expanses of Shenandoah Valley wilderness extend in all directions. Pause at a local vineyard set in the picturesque countryside. Set out on a tour of the winery followed by a tasting of their delicious wines. This afternoon, explore Charlottesville’s historic Downtown Mall, one of the longest pedestrian malls in the U.S., before dining at a local restaurant.

Today breakfast and dinner is included. 

Day 6 Charlottesville - Williamsburg

Visit Monticello, the beautiful home and gardens of Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson was not only the third U.S. President and author of the Declaration of Independence, but he was an accomplished inventor and true “Renaissance man.” This afternoon, arrive in the historic town of Williamsburg. Tonight, begin your journey into Revolutionary-age America by dining in a Colonial Williamsburg tavern specializing in colonial fare.

Breakfast and dinner is included today. 

Day 7 Colonial Williamsburg - Yorktown - Williamsburg

Open the day by viewing “Story of a Patriot,” a short film that introduces you to Colonial Williamsburg, one of the world’s finest living history museums. Costumed reenactors populate the streets and buildings, bringing the customs and sentiments of 1770 to life. Tour the Governor’s Palace and Gardens before enjoying time to independently wander the cobblestone streets and explore some of the 88 historic buildings. This afternoon visit the newly opened American Revolution Museum at Yorktown. Learn about another poignant turning point in American history as you immerse yourself in the world of Revolutionary America. Here, at the Yorktown Battlefield, American independence was won. Tour the museum’s vibrant galleries and interactive exhibits in a state-of-the-art setting that will impact all your senses. Explore the expanded outdoor living history museum with a recreated Continental Army encampment and Revolution-era farm.

Today breakfast is included. 

Day 8 Williamsburg - Washington, D.C.
Visit Mount Vernon, the beloved home of the first U.S. president, George Washington. Wander the beautiful plantation grounds he adored and tour the home, filled with 18th-century artifacts. Then, travel to Washington, D.C. Explore the world-famous Smithsonian Institution’s countless treasures. Choose between a visit to the famed National Air and Space Museum or the National Museum of American History. Among the National Air and Space Museum’s collection in the location on the National Mall are the famous Wright 1903 Flyer, the Spirit of St. Louis, and the Apollo 11 command module Columbia. The National Museum of American History features artifacts from locomotives to the flag that inspired Francis Scott Key to compose the national anthem; to the First Ladies Hall containing many ball gowns worn by America's First Ladies. The evening is free to continue to explore on your own.

Today breakfast is included.

Day 9 Washington, D.C.

This morning, a guided tour of America's capital affords wonderful views of the Capitol building, the White House, monuments and museums. Your first stop will be the White House Visitor Center where you will gain insight into the many transitions this historic residence has undergone. Continue your tour with a stop at the moving World War II Memorial, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the Korean War Memorial. Your tour ends with a photo stop at the U.S. Capitol building. This afternoon, visit Arlington National Cemetery to view the Tomb of the Unknowns and the Kennedy gravesites. Toast the end of a wonderful trip this evening at a farewell dinner.

Today breakfast and dinner is included. 

Day 10 Washington, D.C. - Tour Ends

Your tour ends in Washington, D.C. this morning.
Today breakfast is included.


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