District of Columbia War Memorial
Second World War

Enter your dates to find available activities

Our most recommended District of Columbia War Memorial Second World War

Washington D.C.: National Mall and Memorials Walking Tour

1. Washington D.C.: National Mall and Memorials Walking Tour

Take a stroll through the iconic sites of Washington D.C., which is an extremely popular tour option when visiting the city. You’ll begin by exploring the memorials on the National Mall’s western side. This area will introduce you to American history through the architecture and symbolism of these sites and the stories of the men and women they honor. This walking tour of the National Mall is a great introduction to Washington D.C. and American history, and your expert guide will treat you to unexpected stories and hidden sites along the way. The monuments and sites you will encounter on this tour include the Washington Monument, the White House (from afar), the World War II Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool, the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and the Korean War Veterans Memorial. You will be treated to many photo opportunities along the way, so keep your cameras and phones handy.

DC at Night: Historical Highlights of the National Mall

2. DC at Night: Historical Highlights of the National Mall

Get to know Washington DC at night through its collection of iconic outdoor monuments on a tour with an energetic local guide. Explore the city after sunset, when the buildings are illuminated brilliantly. Spend 2.5 hours browsing the most important national memorials of the United States capital and understand their place in the country’s history. As well as exploring DC’s rich history, see the monuments and memorials of the National Mall that feature figures like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Your local guide will share stories about the major players and events in American history that have earned memorials on the Mall and the mysterious symbolism built into these structures. Revisit memorials to World War II, the Korean War and Vietnam. Highlights include the Lincoln Memorial, the Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial, the Washington Monument, the Korean Veteran's Memorial, the World War II Memorial, and the White House. You will be treated to many photo opportunities along the way, so keep your camera handy.

Washington: National Mall & Capitol Hill Guided Combo Tour

3. Washington: National Mall & Capitol Hill Guided Combo Tour

Start off with your guide exploring the world-class monuments dedicated to notable figures including George Washington and Abraham Lincoln at the National Mall. Learn about their stories as well as the history behind the many wars immortalized around the National Mall, including World War II, the Korean War, and Vietnam. You might even catch a glimpse of the president and first lady while passing by the White House.   Next, visit some of the most important places in DC, including the stunning exteriors of the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress, and Capitol Hill. Go inside the Thomas Jefferson Library and check out a real Gutenberg Bible. Learn about the judicial system at the Museum of the Supreme Court, and maybe get a peek inside the actual courtroom. There is a possibility to get tickets for a tour of the Capitol’s interior, where politicians and legislatures work tirelessly for the American people. This tour will allow you to see most of the major sights all in one day. Highlights generally include: Lincoln Memorial Vietnam Veteran’s Memorial (the Wall) Washington Monument Korean Veteran's Memorial World War II Memorial Views of the White House  Exterior of the Capitol Exterior of the Supreme Court Museum of the Supreme Court Possible viewing of the Courtroom View of the Main Reading Room of Library of Congress Gutenberg Bible Thomas Jefferson’s library Statue of Freedom Possible tickets to Capitol interior tour

Frequently asked questions about District of Columbia War Memorial Second World War

What are other things to do than District of Columbia War Memorial Second World War that are worth visiting in Washington, DC?

What are the best District of Columbia War Memorial Second World War?

Which District of Columbia War Memorial Second World War are taking additional COVID-19 precautions?

These District of Columbia War Memorial Second World War are taking additional COVID-19 precautions:

Other Sightseeing Options in District of Columbia War Memorial

Want to discover all there is to do in District of Columbia War Memorial? Click here for a full list.

What people are saying about District of Columbia War Memorial

We had such a good time on this tour, Richard was amazing! He was so fun to be around and was incredibly knowledgeable! My family and I really enjoyed this tour!

Jennifer was such a great tour guide. So knowledgeable, interesting and engaging. Highly recommend this tour to anyone looking to explore major monuments in D.C.

Meghan is Awesome! So knowledgeable and works hard to give you what you want from the tour.

Great tour. Meghan was our guide and she is very passionate about what she does.

Great tour. Cory and Anna Marie were both great and the tour was excellent.