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With its impressive monuments and stately government buildings, Washington, D.C. is easily recognizable as the capital city of the United States. Granted, it’s a company town, based around the workings of the U.S. federal government. Yet it is the second-most visited city in the United States and affords sightseers far more than a tour of the White House or a glimpse of the Declaration of Independence.
In the spring, the cherry blossoms bloom along the Tidal Basin. The Kennedy Center hosts world-class cultural events. Head to the Smithsonian to see the Apollo 11 command module or visit the giant pandas at the National Zoo. At night, there’s great food, cocktails, live music and dancing.
A Visit to D.C. Takes You Beyond the City Limits
A trip to Washington, D.C. often is not complete without taking time to venture outside the city to nearby locations in Maryland and Virginia.
- Maryland Bus Charter — The city of Baltimore, home to the famed Pimlico Race Course and the bustling nightlife of the city’s Inner Harbor. Looking for thrills and family fun? Six Flags America is located just 35 minutes away from Washington, D.C. US Coachways offers bus charters to these locations and beyond in Maryland.
- Virginia Bus Charter — Travel just outside the city limits to visit Arlington National Cemetery and Mount Vernon. Tour Virginia in comfort with US Coachways.
From party buses to a 56-seat passenger coaches, US Coachways has an extensive fleet of vehicles with luxury amenities. Add in our great rates and our bus rental services are an ideal and affordable option for church groups, community organizations, school trips and team travel as well as special events such as bachelor parties, birthdays and anniversaries. Our professional and experienced staff is available 24/7 by phone or email and is ready to help meet your travel needs, start to finish.
Monuments, Museums, Mansions & More
Whether you want to tour national monuments, browse through famed museums and mansions, visit the Capitol buildings or go barhopping in Georgetown, Washington, D.C. has something to whet every appetite. The list of things to do and see is long but below are some highlights.
- Entertainment & Amusement Parks — Washington, D.C. boasts of several areas offering a thriving nightlife. Adams Morgan, Georgetown and the area near the Verizon Center, the 20,000 seat arena located in the city’s downtown, are regarded by travel sites as the best areas for visitors to go bar or club hopping. Looking for a few laughs? The Capital Steps comedy troupe is likes to say it puts the “mock” in democracy.
- Art & Culture — There's almost too much arts and culture to take in while visiting Washington, D.C. Here you’ll find the best museums in the world, from the Smithsonian to the National Gallery. The famed Kennedy Center, the National Theatre and the Washington Ballet are the gems of the city’s prolific performing arts scene. And the city’s international community comes to life with concerts hosted by foreign embassies.
- Restaurants & Shopping — From Georgetown to Capitol Hill to the U Street Corridor, Washington, D.C. is a shopper's paradises, filled with hip clothing boutiques, funky furniture stores, art galleries and used book stores. Be sure to bring an extra bag for all your purchases. When you’re done shopping, the restaurants in the Georgetown and Adams Morgan neighborhoods are famed for their international cuisine.
- Golf Courses & Sports Venues — Watch the Washington Wizards battle their NBA rivals at the Verizon Center. If you’re looking to play 18 holes, the National Parks Service operates a number of public golf courses in the city, including Rock Creek and Langston, where the likes of Bob Hope and President Gerald Ford played.
- Historic Sites & Landmarks — Our nation’s capital is home to some of the most recognizable and revered national monuments and historic sites in the country, making it a popular choice for school trips and political tours. The White House and Capitol dome are regarded as architectural marvels. The Washington Monument is the largest obelisk in the world. Celebrate the great deeds of Lincoln and Jefferson, read the names of those who died in Vietnam and see the stars honoring those who fought in World War II.
- Parks & Outdoor Activities — Washington, D.C. locals have long made the National Mall their playground, using it to stage picnics and friendly football games. But the city has no shortage of parks. Take a mule-drawn boat ride along the C&O Canal or go cycling in Rock Creek Park. And in the spring, the cherry blossoms along the Tidal Basin are a cause for an annual festival.
- Zoos & Aquariums — No visit to Washington, D.C. is complete without a visit to the National Zoo. Although the zoo’s famed giant pandas are one of the biggest attractions, the zoo houses thousands of exotic animals.
- Others Points of Interest — Washington, D.C. is more than monuments, mansions and memorials. See millions of dollars being printed at the Bureau of Engraving and Printing. Visit the Library of Congress, or view the original version of the U.S. Constitution at the National Archives or tour the Holocaust Memorial Museum.
Take a Seat on a Washington, D.C. Bus Charter Rental with US Coachways
Why wait? Our experienced and professional account specialists are waiting to help plan a great bus trip to Washington, D.C. and assist you in making your bus rental reservation. Give us your itinerary, and we’ll do the rest. Contact us today at 1-855-BUS-CHARTER (1-855-287-2427)
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Take a tour and visit all of the historic landmarks in the nation’s capital like the Lincoln Memorial, the White House and the Jefferson Memorial. Be sure to check out the National Air and Space Museum or the International Spy Museum dishing out the details of America’s historic top-secret missions. After a day full of sightseeing, grab a drink and bite to eat at one of the many downtown restaurants or catch a play at the famous historic Ford’s Theater.
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