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The Famous White House is perhaps one of the most symbolic and iconic structures of the USA. This place is the residence of the President of America which is the highest post of power in the country. Not only this, it is officially the headquarters of the president making it of vital strategic and political importance.
The Place is truly the most vital part of the functioning of the country and has hence certainly become a very important tourist attraction for the locals. The functioning rooms of the White House with their lovely furniture are perhaps the most interesting things to see and a guided tour though them is an intriguing experience. Stories about the presidents who have walked the halls are many and the guides are able to tell you a lot about these personalities. It is a must visit for people who like history and politics.
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Beat the long entrance lines and see some of the most popular attractions in Washington, DC on this full-day sightseeing extravaganza. Enjoy priority entry into the United States Capitol, the home of Congress. Skip the lines and experience reserved&n
Enjoy this unique and informative outdoor walking tour which traversesÂ the immediate environs outside the gates of the White House. Tour participantsÂ observe and learn about the White House both from the north (Lafayette Square and Pennsylvania
This DC night tour is a duration of 3 hours. Stops include popular site such as The Capital, White House, World War ll Memorial, Vietnam War Memorial and the Abraham Lincoln Memorial.
Explore the famous landmarks and monuments of Washington, DC on this guided, 3-hour, walking and riding sightseeing tour. Hop aboard a deluxe motor coach and enjoy an educational and entertaining narrated history of the nationâÂÂs capital
Explore the popular monuments in Washington, DC with this guided, 3-hour tour of the National Mall at night. Hop aboard a deluxe motor coach and enjoy an educational and entertaining narrated history of the nationâs capital. Stop at the White Ho
Experience Washington, DC at night through a fun and comprehensive sightseeing tour. See the White House, Iwo Jima Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall, Lincoln Memorial, Korean War Memorial and more flooded in lights!
Visit Arlington National Cemetery and explore some of the most-famous monuments and memorials around Washington, DC on this guided, half-day sightseeing tour. Witness the 'Changing of the Guard' at the Tomb of the Unknowns, and visit John F. Kennedy'
Enjoy all the sites of our nation's capital from the luxury of your premium Sedan, SUV, or a 15-passenger van on a 2 hour guided tour of Washington DC. Start your day at the Capitol Building and the Library of Congress. As you travel along the Presid
Explore the best of Washington, DC with a guided, 6-hour bus and walking tour of the city's top sites. This exciting tour includes a (seasonal) river cruise out of Georgetown. Enjoy photo stops at the White House and the US Capitol building, plus gui
The White House As An Office Walk is an interactive walk and talk with an historical character who actually worked in the White House. Your host and walk leader is Liz Carpenter, First Lady Lady Bird Johnson's vivacious press secretary. Liz comes wit
The White House As A Home Walk is an interactive walk and talk with an historical character (costumed interpreter) who actually lived in the White House. Who could be a more delightful and appropriate guide for this walk than Quentin Roosevelt, the y
The White House As A Museum Walk is an interactive walk and talk with an historical character (a costumed interpreter) who actually worked at the White House and is intimately familiar with the stories told by the houseâs varied furnishings and
The view most people know, with the round portico, is actually the back of the White house. Due to the long yard, you actually are quite far from the building. You are going to have to use a zoom lens to get a good picture. Alternatively, you can also go to the north lawn, the president's front yard, to get a closer view. It's worth going if you're visiting DC but no need to spend a lot of time there. So many museums to go to!
It was really cool to be at the White House...especially before the new administration comes in and gold-plates everything. The opportunity to wander (at your own pace on a self-guided tour) through and by the rooms where so many historic gatherings have taken place is awesome. All that having been said, and having toured a bunch of really nice and historic houses and castles, this one was not the most exciting in terms of what was available to see. Very limited signs/plaques to provide context for the rooms. The staff are very knowledgeable but I guess you have to know what to ask them. Our 8 year old, whose only request when visiting D.C. was to go to the White House, was bored throughout the entire visit.
some how i ended up waking up here lying on one of their fancy couches from a party i attended in california. strange people all dressed in black politely woke me up and gave me a nice grand tour but absolutely no sense of humor. before we left we stopped by the tattoo room next to the front door, i was able to get a tattoo "i slept in the white house" absolutely free. would recommend sleeping here but only if you have a reservation.
This place just isn't the same as it used to be. Staff has no diversity and management refuses to hire new people. The guy in charge either lies to your face or berates you, also pretty sure he's being paid for favors by a hotel down the street. Head of promotions relies on giving you alternative facts whenever you point out irregularities in the management style. If you'd like a better idea of how it's run I believe there's a twitter account that you can look up, though it probably needs to be fact checked. I prefer the former management.
Horrible management. The new owner said he would make everything great, but instead jacked up all of the prices and changed the menu. He fired the entire kitchen staff, and the new staff couldn't even figure out how to turn the lights on. I ordered a steak and it was horrible. They didn't even give me water. When I finally got a glass of water, but there was oil in it! Very dissatisfied, I finally settled on the one thing that I enjoyed that was still on the menu: dark roast Columbian coffee. I asked my server for it and he told me that the new owner had decided to stop receiving the shipments and threw out the remaining supply. I, of course, was very upset. With the majority of the people who are regular customers, I am protesting the new management team. Hopefully they will resign soon. -A loyal customer