Posts Tagged: Washington DC Tips

White House Garden Tour

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White House Garden Tour Tickets

This post explains how to obtained timed tickets to the White Garden Tours, which take place 2 times every year. While you can request to tour the White House any time of year, only twice a year are the White House Gardens open to the public. You can stroll through the Jacqueline Kennedy Garden, the […]

White House Easter Egg Roll 2018

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Washington DC White House

This post explains what the White House Easter Egg Roll is and how to get tickets (lottery).  Spring in Washington DC is one of the best times of the year to visit the nations capital.  With the cherry blossoms in bloom, warm weather finally here, it is the a great time of year to get […]

Top 12 DC Bus Tours (And Which You Should Take)

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This post compares the various different bus tour options available in DC, from hop-on, hop-off to more premium shuttle bus services that combine guided walking tours with bus service.  Bus tours are a great way to see the most sites in the least amount of time. Though the sites on the National Mall are close, […]

How is the Weather in DC in August?

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This post takes a look at the August weather in Washington, D.C, with tips on what you should wear as well as ideas for things to do. The summer heat and humidity makes for a warm visit in August (but don’t worry, July is the hottest month!) but we have advice for the best way […]

Things to Do in DC at Night

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This post is a look into things to do in Washington, DC at Night. Washington has evolved into a happening place to be after the sun sets. From great restaurants, bars, music, performances to art, culture and shimmering historical memorials on the night horizon, Washington DC has something for all its visitors at night.  And […]

Best Washington DC Bike Rentals and Tours

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While some people enjoy walking tours, others might find it difficult to walk around our nation’s capital.  Although any of the monuments and memorials in Washington DC can only be accessed via foot, most bike tours will get you close enough to hop off and walk to each landmark on your journey. This post compares and […]

New York to Washington DC by Bus

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Bus NYC to DC

This post reviews the various bus companies that offer bus service between NYC and DC.  We compare the average prices, length of journey, availability of basic facilities (such as Wifi and luggage storage), and arrival/departure locations. With so many different bus companies operating between the cities, it is hard to know which one offers the best […]

Washington DC Night Tours

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This post lists the various Washington, DC night tours available to you, including walking, bus, bike and Segway tours. We review and compare the different options to help you make the best decision for yourself.  Many of Washington, DC’s famous sights are meant to be seen at night.  There is no shortage of options, from […]

Things to Do in Georgetown, D.C.

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Things to Do in Georgetown DC

This post is a summary of things to do in Georgetown, DC, including sightseeing, restaurants and shopping.  To most, Georgetown is just a name of the local university, but this neighborhood of Washington, DC is full of history, fun and food – and cupcakes. It’s on the top of our list of places to see […]

Washington DC Boat Tours | Which One is Best

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Washington DC Boat Tours

This post compares the various boat tours and cruises, including dinner cruises, available in Washington, DC. Boat tours offer visitors a unique perspective of Washington, D.C. During a cruise, guests can enjoy some of the city’s many attractions including the memorials on the National Mall, Old Town Alexandria, and National Harbor. Most of the landmarks in and […]