DISCOVER WASHINGTON, DC ON A CHARTER BUS RENTAL
See Our Beloved Capital City Like a Pro — On a Charter Bus
A trip to Washington, DC, can be the trip of a lifetime. You'll have a chance to see all those places you've only heard about or seen on a postcard or in the news. The Washington Mall, site of many of the most famous gatherings in our nation's history.
The White House, Capitol Rotunda, and the many stunning monuments to great Americans and historic events. But it's a big city and trying to navigate its many attractions on your own can be a hassle. There's a better way to do it—on a charter bus. That's the way the pros travel, and you can, too.
A Few of the Many Amazing Things to See and Do in Washington, DC
- Historical attractions: There's not a city in the country, if the world, that offers as much exposure to history as the American capital. From the Vietnam, Korean and World War memorials to the Capitol building, from the Jefferson Memorial to the historic Georgetown and Dupont Circle neighborhoods, you'll be steeped in America's past. Visitors can tour the U.S. Treasury, stop at Union Station or see the tribute to the 184 people who died in the attack on the Pentagon on September 11, 2001.
- Arts & Culture: Start at the National Gallery of Art, where you'll find some paintings that are nearly eight centuries old. The Corcaran Gallery has Rembrandt, Mary Cassatt, John Singer Sergeant and others. At the Smithsonian, you can peruse the American Art Museum, the Museum of African Art, the Civil War Art Museum or the Freer Gallery. The District of Columbia has nearly 100 professional theatre groups, with performance almost every night of the year. The National Opera and the Washington Ballet offer productions year-round, and music abounds from the National Symphony Orchestra to the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine bands.
- Fairs & Festivals: There's a festival pretty much every weekend in DC. There's the Latino Festival, with food, crafts and a parade. Don't miss the Safeway National Capital Barbeque Battle or the DC Jazz Festival, one of the best in the world. During the holidays, come for the Capitol Christmas Tree Lighting Ceremony or take the Logan Circle Holiday House Tour.
- Parks & outdoor activities: There are 59 parks on Capitol Hill alone! In Lafayette Park, you'll find statues of famous presidents and other people. Anacostia Park has more than 1,200 acres of open space, with aquatic gardens. Bartholdi Park has a fountain designed by the same sculptor who designed the Statue of Liberty.
- Golf & sports venues: The nation's capital is one of a handful that has teams in all four major sports—the Wizards, Redskins, Nationals and Capitals all play here. There's also the Citi Open tennis tournament, a warm-up to the U.S. Open. Golfers will enjoy Langston, Rock Creek or East Potomac courses.
- Shopping & restaurants: Not surprisingly, the District of Columbia has some of the finest dining in the world, from the historic Old Ebbitt Grill to Minibar, with its Portuguese and Spanish entrees. You'll find food from virtually every culture in the world, from Thai and Turkish to Italian and Belgian. The best shopping in the nation's capital is in its many unique neighborhoods, where you'll find many one-of-a-kind boutiques. Among the popular destinations — Georgetown, Chinatown and Capitol Hill.
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With our online automated quote system, it's easy to set up a bus charter rental to the District of Columbus. Tell us when you want to go and what you'd like to see and do. We'll contact some of the top charter bus providers in the DC area and provide you with a variety of choices, often within 10 minutes.