See the splendor of Washington, D.C. flooded in lights, from the US Capitol to the Lincoln Memorial
DC After Dark
If you’ve ever wanted to see the sights of the capital city in the twilight hours, this is the tour for you! Washington DC is fantastic by day and, at night, it really comes to life, with the monuments lit up from below.
What can you see on this Tour?
Seeing DC monuments at night is a special experience that not many visitors to the city try out. The various landmarks look brilliant while illuminated and with this tour you’ll see so many of them. Our in-depth tours is available almost every evening of the year, so we’ll take you around the city any time.
There are stops on the tour at which visitors can stop off and take a look around, such as the impassive Lincoln Memorial and the inspiring Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial. The Lincoln Memorial is one of the best sights to see in the city, as it’s a humbling homage to the 16th president. The architecture of the memorial is astounding and looking upon it is sure to inspire awe in any visitor.
War memorials also take pride of place in the city, with the Iwo Jima and Korean War Memorials, both of which look especially striking in the dark. The Korean War Memorial is made up of 19 life-size soldier figures and, at night, these are illuminated by spotlights. It makes for a wonderful trip for those interested in military history or sculptures. A stop at the Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall is also a humbling experience and with this tour you can spend time truly appreciating it. There are almost 60,000 names on this war memorial of those who were killed or missing during the conflict.
These memorials are just a couple of the most famous in the city and they are truly breathtaking at dusk.
The White House is often pictured on television during the day, so not many realize how it looks at night. The entire structure of the iconic building is lit and ,on this tour, you’ll get the opportunity to take a picture in front of it. This is the quintessential Washington DC sight, so you wouldn’t want to leave the city without a photo opportunity.
While you’re touring the city, you’ll also get to see more of the city from the comfort of our motor coaches. Travel in comfort as you see the U.S. Capitol Building, Washington Monument, Pennsylvania Avenue and more. Our experienced and licensed driver guide will show you all of the sights and give you insider knowledge on their history.
Why should you go on this Tour?
This tour is for any visitor that wants to see another side to the city and its monuments. The history and atmosphere experienced on the trip are unlike any other, so it’s perfect for those who have been on tours before, as well as newcomers to the city. Ride around the city in luxury and enjoy yourself as we show you DC after dark!
STOPS (Locations guests get off and visit)
Vietnam Veterans Memorial Wall
Korean War Memorial
Franklin Delano Roosevelt Memorial OR Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial
White House (PHOTO STOP ONLY)
World War II Memorial
VIEWS FROM THE COACH/DOUBLE DECKER
U.S. Capitol Building
U.S. Capitol Reflecting Pool
4:30 - 7:30 pm
January 2nd to March 31, 2018
50 Massachusetts Ave. NE, Washington, DC 20002 • firstname.lastname@example.org • (202) 779-9894 • On the day of your tour please present your voucher at the Gray Line ticket window on the bus level of the parking garage at Union Station. If you do not have a printed voucher, please bring your Booking ID Number, so we can print it for you. To get to the bus level, you will go to the center rear of Union Station and go up an escalator, then out the doors leading to the parking garage. Just outside those doors is a second escalator and we are located at the top on the left, inside the Greyhound Building. Please arrive approximately 30 minutes prior to your assigned departure time. The DC After Dark Tour time is 4:30 - 7:30 pm November 28, 2017 to March 31, 2018