In-Depth Washington DC tour and Philadelphia tour visiting highlight sights with exclusive tour visiting inside of U.S Capitol & U.S. Bureau Of Engraving and Printing.
Single person – $125 p/p
Twin share – $75 p/p
3rd person – Free
4th person – $60 p/p
(The FREE person must share room with paid passengers. Surcharge applies if the FREE person is no show)
Daily (3/18 – 9/1/2019)
Mon, Wed, Sat (9/2 – 10/31/2019)
6:30 AM – 39-10 Main St Flushing NY (HSBC Bank)
6:50 AM – 6002 8th Ave, Brooklyn, NY
8:00 AM – 201 Canal St, New York, NY
9:00 AM – 116 Greenwood Ave, Edison, NJ (Coco Cuisine parking lot)
Washington DC In-Depth Tour (Fri, Sat & Holidays)
(Capitol Walking Tour, leisure tour, & Newseum): Adult $60 / Child $60 / Senior $60
Washington DC Upgraded In-Depth Tour (Sun – Thu)
(Capitol Walking Tour, leisure tour, US Bureau of Engraving and Printing ): Adult $55 / Child $55 / Senior $55
Washington DC Cruise (Mar – Nov): Adult $26 / Child $18 / Senior $23
Admission cost may change without notice. Other service fee may required and collected by tour operator.
Travelers are NOT allowed to use any CITY PASS or self-purchased admission tickets to join the sightseeing attractions during the tour.
Tour depart from New York to Washington D.C. with a lunch break on the way. After arrive in D.C, tour around the most Famous attractions area “National Mall” by first visit the U.S. Capitol with a Capitol In-depth walking tour accompanied by a professional US CONGRESS Tour Escort, who will give us detailed presentations inside of the Capitol, includes the Rotunda and the Crypt, etc. Then you are free to select and visit any of the Smithsonian Museums such as National Museum of Natural History, National Air and Space Museum, National Museum of American History, National Gallery of Art, National museum of American Indian History, National Museum of African American History and Culture, etc.
Hotel: Governor House Inn, Quality Inn, Best Western or similar
Walking tour visit famous landmarks such as White House, Washington monument, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Korean War Memorial, etc. Then take guided tour into the U.S. Bureau Of Engraving and Printing (GOV Money Factory). Here you can learn the history of the portraits on the money and to see where and how our U.S paper dollars are designed and produced.
*The money factory tour is not available on weekends, will be replaced with tour to Newseum
After lunch, we will journey to the second Capital of the United States, Philadelphia. Upon arrival, you will visit the historical Independence Hall where George Washington was appointed Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army. Right beside the Independence Hall is the Liberty Bell Center (Seasonal), the symbol of Freedom and Liberty for the past 200 years.