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DC: Private Day Trip to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello Estate

1. DC: Private Day Trip to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello Estate

Enjoy a private full-day tour from Washington DC to Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Explore the beautiful estate and plantation of America’s founding father with a knowledgeable guide. Situated on a hill overlooking the nearby town of Charlottesville, Monticello radiates Jefferson’s personality. Walk through the home, designed by Jefferson himself, taking in the views of fruit and vegetable gardens and the surrounding Blue Ridge Mountains. Following your visit to the Monticello estate, enjoy lunch at the historic Michie Tavern (meal not included with purchase). Relax on the return journey to Washington DC, where you'll be dropped off back at your hotel.

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From Washington DC: Day Trip to Luray Caverns

2. From Washington DC: Day Trip to Luray Caverns

Start your day with being picked up at your accommodation in Washington DC. Enjoy the ride in a luxury SUV or sprinter van through Virginia's scenic Shenandoah Valley. Arrive at the Luray Caverns, one of the most remarkable natural wonders in the Mid-Atlantic region. In addition to a guided tour through the Caverns, you will also be able to explore the Car and Carriage Caravan Museum. See classic cars from around the world including an 1897 Mercedes-Benz and a 1925 Rolls-Royce. Roll up your sleeves as you mine for gold and other gems at the Gem Sluice geology experience. Opt to have lunch in the on-site cafeteria or bring a picnic to enjoy on the grounds. Get lost in the Garden Maze or strap on a harness to tackle the heights in the Rope Adventure Park. After a day of adventure, drive back to DC.

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From DC: Colonial Williamsburg and Historical Triangle Tour

3. From DC: Colonial Williamsburg and Historical Triangle Tour

The adventure begins with pickup from your accommodation in Washington, DC and heads to Jamestown, Virginia. Learn how Jamestown was the first English settlement in North America, as well as the original capital of the state. Explore historic Jamestown with your guide, and admire the remnants of Fort James. Next, visit the reconstructed Glasshouse of 1608 and walk in the footsteps of Captain John Smith and Pocahontas. Continue onto Colonial Williamsburg, and enjoy a guided walk through the world’s largest living history museum. Travel back in time as you stroll through this historic site, complete with costumed actors who bring this revolutionary town to life. Before heading back to DC, visit Yorktown and check out the battlefield where General George Washington fought in the Revolutionary War. At the end of a fascinating experience, soak up views of the Colonial Parkway on the return journey.

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From Washington, DC: Civil War Virginia Day Trip

4. From Washington, DC: Civil War Virginia Day Trip

Immerse yourself in the most trying time in American history on an in-depth, multi-sensory tour of the beginnings of the Civil War in and around the US capital. After pickup from hotel in Washington, DC, you’ll head to the historic Willard Hotel, whose history dates back to 1816. On your way to the White House, you’ll see the statue of William Tecumseh Sherman (The "Scourge of the South”), the Treasury Building, the War Department headquarters, multiple civil war sites, and more. After viewing the White House through the lens of the civil war battles fought in and around DC, you’ll escape the capital’s hustle and bustle, bound for the Arlington National Cemetery. See the home of Robert E. Lee, alongside the graves of such Civil War notables as Robert Todd Lincoln, Abner Doubleday, and more. After a quick break for a local lunch, you’ll head to the site of the first major conflict in the civil war: Manassas National Battlefield Park, where the first battle of Bull Run was fought. Along the banks of a sleepy creek, 2 untested armies would clash on July 21st, 1861, resulting in the largest battle in North American history to date. Explore the hallowed ground with your expert guide, learning firsthand the trials and tribulations of the Union and Confederate forces. Explore Henry House Hill, Sudley Springs Ford, The Old Stone House, and Stone Bridge — among other sites with innumerable historical significance. Afterwards, you’ll head back to your hotel, having taken in a wealth of information about a critical period in US history.

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From Washington, DC: Virginia Wine Country Private Day-Trip

5. From Washington, DC: Virginia Wine Country Private Day-Trip

Take pleasure in a complementary hotel pick up (within DC city limits) and transfer to the wineries in Loudoun County, Virginia. Hotel pick-up is at 10:00 AM with approximately an hour's drive to the wineries. Enjoy complimentary individual bottled water and light snacks along the way as you travel in the comfort of a luxurious SUV with a multi-lingual chauffeur. Select three of six wineries for your tour: Doukénie Winery, Sunset Hills and Bluemont Wineries in Purcelville or Fabbiolli Cellars, Hidden Brook and Tarara Winery in Leesburg.  Upon arrival at each winery, their team will provide you with a tour of the winery. Wine tastings are often available for an additional fee. This experience will last roughly nine hours. To wrap up, you will be dropped off at your DC location around 07:00 PM.

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