Three Things Do on Vacation in Washington, DC

Three Things Do on Vacation in Washington, DC

 Washington, DC is a wonderful place for people of all ages to visit. While on vacation in this captivating city, tourists often become overwhelmed with the incredible number of historical monuments, fascinating museums, natural wonders and other attractions at their disposal. At DC Trails, our wide range of interesting tour options makes it easy for visitors to enjoy a vacation of any duration in this beautiful city.

The following are our top picks for the best things to do on vacation in Washington, DC.

Fun Things to Do in Washington, DC

1. Visit world-famous monuments and memorials

While planning your itinerary for the day, it’s easy to get carried away with the countless historical sites in Washington, DC. Depending on the length of your vacation however, it is best to tick off the most important sites before you run out of time. Fortunately, many of these attractions are centered around the National Mall, including the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument and of course, the White House.

If you are a senior citizen, walking around the expansive National Mall and other Washington, DC attractions all day may not be an option, which is why we offer a Bluebird tour for seniors where passengers can enjoy comfortable seating and visits to all of the major sites.

2. Explore trendy neighborhoods

For a break from the crowds of tourists, we recommend getting a taste of the local culture during your vacation and venturing out to some of Washington, DC’s trendy neighborhoods. Dupont Circle is a great place for locals to tour around and step into the luxurious lifestyle of Washington, DC’s most wealthy residents. Here you can find charming bookshops and visit some of the city’s finest art galleries.

3. Explore some of the greatest museums in the country

One of Washington’s most unique attributes is its concentration of globally celebrated museums and galleries. You can visit the Smithsonian Museum, the Natural History Museum, the National Gallery of Art and many other well-known centers during your visit. The vast majority of the museums and galleries in Washington, DC are free, which makes it easy for travelers to fill their itineraries with countless activities regardless of their budget.

DC Trails

Explore Washington, DC tour options like our Bluebird tour for seniors, our hop-on-hop-off tour and our twilight tour on our website. Contact us today for more information or to book your tour of Washington, DC!