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Private Customized Tour of Washington DC with US Veteran

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  • Tour the nation’s capital with a 20-year Navy veteran as your personal guide

  • Choose from an extensive list of military related sights and locations

  • Create a custom itinerary that suits your specific interests on a private tour

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Private Customized Tour of Washington DC with US Veteran
From $240.00
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Overview

Delve into the nation’s military history with a twenty-year Navy veteran as your guide on a private tour. Choose from an extensive list of museums, monuments, memorials, battlefields, cemeteries, and even the Pentagon (90 day advanced notice required) on an exclusive tour of Washington, DC and surrounding areas. Get unmatched insights and history and spend the day walking through the pages of a real life history book.

What to Expect
Customize your tour of Washington, DC, with a professional, veteran guide. Choose between a selection of the attractions listed below that meet your specific interests. Select 3-11 hours worth of stops. Enjoy a recommended lunch stop (if desired) in the middle of your day and round-trip transportation on this exclusive and personalized tour.

One Hour Stops:
District of Columbia World War I Memorial
Korean War Memorial
Marine Corps Memorial
Navy Cold War Museum (Closed weekends)
Pentagon 9/11 Memorial
United States Navy War Memorial
USAF Memorial
Vietnam War Memorial
World War II Memorial

Two Hour Stops:
Anderson House (Closed Sunday and Monday)
African American Civil War Memorial and Museum (Closed Monday)
Ford’s Theatre
Fort McNair
Fort Stevens Battlefield and National Cemetery
Fort Ward
President Lincoln’s Cottage
Marine Barracks at 8th and I
Navy Museum
National Archives
National Guard Memorial Museum (Closed weekends)
War of 1812 Museum (Open Tue and Thu)
Washington National Cathedral 

Three Hour Stops
Andrews Air Force Base
Clara Barton Missing Soldiers Office
Dr. Mudd Home and Museum (Open Wed and Sat from Apr – Dec)
International Spy Museum
Library of Congress
National Museum of American History
Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens
National Geographic Museum
Old Town Alexandria Military Walking Tour
Pentagon (90 day advance notice required. Closed weekends.)
Surratt Tavern (Closed mid-Dec thru mid-Jan)
United States Holocaust Museum

Four Hour Stops:
Balls Bluff Battlefield and National Cemetery
Manassas Battlefield
Marine Barracks Evening Parade (Summer Fridays. 30 day notice required.)
Marine Corps Memorial Sunset Parade (Summer Tuesdays)
Monocacy Battlefield
National Air and Space Museum Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center
National Museum of Civil War Medicine
United States Naval Observatory (Monday evenings only)

Six Hour Stop:
National Museum of the Marine Corps, Marine Raider Museum, and Marine Corps Base Quantico

Eight Hour Stops:
Manassas Battlefield Staff Ride

Flexible:
Arlington Cemetery (amount of time spent here is flexible depending upon your interests but generally 3-4 hours is ample for a well-rounded visit)
Reviews (8)
1 - 5 of 6 reviews
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
THE HIGHLIGHT OF OUR VACATION!

I booked an 8 hour tour several months before our vacation. Our tour guide, Tom was great! He contacted me in advance, made suggestions but also listened to what we wanted to see. There were 4 of us all senior citizens. Tom picked us up...More

Thank annie121254
Reviewed August 16, 2018
Exceptional!

Tom took my family to all the places we asked to see and then threw in some extras that made the day even more interesting and enjoyable. Tom is knowledgeable and friendly. He made it possible for us to see a lot and learn a...More

1  Thank Alex G
Reviewed July 15, 2018
Awesome Tour of DC

Tom was an amazing tour guide! He is so knowledgeable and made the entire tour very enjoyable. We learned so much during the day and Tom was very accommodating with our schedule. We had our 12 year old son with us, so Tom was able...More

1  Thank nuftbl95
Reviewed May 6, 2018
Ooh Rah!

Tom has an amazing knowledge of the area. He is incredibly approachable and attentive to his clients. I would recommend Tom to anyone and any type of group. I am from the area and he taught me things. I shall use him again on my...More

1  Thank Kiloco3091
Reviewed December 29, 2017
Really smart and really interesting

Tom took my family on a tour of the Washington DC monuments and his knowledge and insight about them gave the experience a whole new depth that made it an extremely rewarding trip.

1  Thank Chris G
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Smintz101
September 11, 2018|
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Response from Kiloco3091 | Reviewed this property |
No tours needed....Just go out there. It is a newer museum with tons to see. You can always take some time to shop Tyson Corners when you are done. Uber/Lyft will get you there. By the way, the museum at Robins AFB in... More
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