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Perform 360-degree barrel rolls in flight simulators and see exhibits tracing the evolution of aviation at this educational center.
See the views from the observation deck of this iconic memorial, which is dedicated to the contributions of Freemasons, and specifically George Washington, to the United States.
Come see how the first president of the United States of America lived. This self-guided tour allows you to wander about the elegant estate of George and Martha Washington. Feel like you are experiencing the life of George Washington as the Mount Vernon Estate takes you back in time.
Explore Georgetown, a historic yet chic town, and indulge in progressive, high-end cuisine while enjoying a narrated tour. Discover the charm of D.C.’s Georgetown area, and transport yourself through 250 years of history.
Ride along the Potomac River as you leave Washington, D.C. behind and make your way to the former home of George Washington at Mount Vernon. Spend the day exploring the first president's estate, the gardens of Martha Washington, and an onsite gift shop with delightful goods from around Vermont.
Learn about the life of George Washington, the first president of the United States, on this guided tour of Mount Vernon, Washington's home of more than 40 years.
Explore historic Old Town Alexandria on this guided, narrated tour, and sample local cuisine from long-standing family restaurants. Stroll through stately mansions, charming row houses, and tree-lined streets of an elegant town that has prospered for more than 250 years.
Itinerary This is a typical itinerary for this product Stop At: Potomac River, Washington DC, DC Enjoy a relaxing, narrated, riverfront cruise along the historic Potomac River Duration: 30 minutes Stop At: George Washington's Mount Vernon, 3200 Mount Vernon Memorial Highway, Mount Vernon, VA 22121 After cruising for about 90 minutes and learning about the area's history, you will arrive at the beautiful Mount Vernon Estate, once home to George and Martha Washington.