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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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The Diplomatic day tours will take you to the main highlights of Washington D.C in small group bus trips. Flexibility, lunch options, European style van and exploring on your own are some of the added features to this tour.
Explore the core of Washington DC on the National Mall, where the city's most iconic Monuments and Memorials stand as a testament to history. Visit some of Washington's best landmarks, and learn how this monumental core took shape in the U.S. Capi
In a true blue upper east sider manner, visit the posh and best places in Washington DC on this tour in your SUV, along with at least 7 more friends of yours. You almost always have the luxury to customize the tour according to your desires. You coul
Your SUV tour holds up to 7 passengers plus your own driver/guide. The tour is fully narrated giving you the understanding of what you’re looking at and the events that happened in the past and the present in our historical Nation's Capital. Th
Explore the best of Washington DC on this 5-hour tour including reserved entrance to the Capital Building! After an in-depth tour of the Capitol, you'll continue through the city to discover some of DC's most famous landmarks and attractions. With gu
Experience Washington DCâs most sought-after attractions like a true VIP insider. Beat the long lines and enjoy reserved entry to the US Capitol Building for a tour of the home of Congress. Plus, gain priority entry into the National Archives Bu
The Washington DC Capital Sites Bike Tour is a safe and enjoyable cycling trip of the most popular sights of Washington. Sites you will see include the Lincoln Memorial, White House, Supreme Court and the Capitol. This three-hour Washington DC Capita
As you cruise through the Nation's Capital, past the monuments, White House and American icons, you will receive a great orientation, informative historical and current-day information, heaps of unique and fascinating stories, fantastic photo ops and
This tour is a three hour tour of all of the war memorials and all sites that have information on all of America's wars. On this tour there will also be stops at the White House, Capitol and Presidential Memorials.
See the most famous landmarks in Washington DC on this 2-day coach and tram tour. Visit top DC attractions including the White House Visitor Center, US Capitol, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial and Martin Luther King Jr Memorial, and enjoy
Washington DC gets even more beautiful after the sun sets. Join this 3 hour fully narrated Moonlight Tour to The FDR Memorial, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veteran, Korean War Memorials, Iwo Jima Memorial, The White House, Union Station and much more. D
Soak up the best of Washington DC on this full-day tour that combines informative narration with free time to explore popular sights. Step off your coach to visit top DC attractions including the US Capitol, White House Visitor Center, Smithsonian mu
he White House is the official residence and principal workplace of the President of the United States of America. Its neoclassical and palladian architecture looks clean, elegant and majestic. However, the White House is actually a lot smaller than it looks on television and isn't that impressive after all. 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.
This place was recommended on trip adviser I was told that it had a number of positive reviews. Well to be perfectly honest I was a little surprised that when I tried to check in (as a walk in) that the staff seemed completely clueless about the pricing and the available accommodations. I tried to get a twin share and use a coupon and they seemed unsure of how to process this. Also there were a lot of people that didn't seem to serve any discernible purpose for a hotel even a famous one like this. I tried paying with cash and as I reached for my wallet I was tackled by security wearing suits. All my efforts to speak to the manager fell on deaf ears. I'm not American so I cant comment if it is normal to be cavity searched as part of a check in procedure however I wouldn't recommend this hotel to anyone. No bed is worth that. All in all a poor experience :(
it was like in a movie.. we went their front and back.. make sure you have enought time in this area.. you'll never what will happen. during our walk to the white house there was an alarm that everyone has to vacate the front area of the white house itself. nobody was allowed to pass , secret service and the police was able to clear the area in a matter of minutes.. cool experience
I've only been to D.C. once, but it was fun. Got the chance to see inside the White House. Funny story... Was in some random room, and a kid got sick and threw up all over the place... People stopped to look, and I commented, "He must be a republican." This was during Obama's presidency. I'm a funny guy, what can I say! Good stuff, though. Come here and see it... Worth the trip.
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!