Comes the 3rd and last day of
our tour, we head south to the capital, Washington DC and visit some of the
interesting places. Visit the Madame Tussauds Wax Museum if there is enough
time, go on a lovely cruise on the Potomac River and capture the various sites
of the capital. Further we move on to Philadelphia, see the Liberty Bell and
the independence hall in the National Independence Park.
Air and Space Museum: A Smithsonian Institute
Museum in the capital, the National Air and Space Museum brings to you the
history and science of flight. Exhibits concerning the Wright Brothers, Buzz
Aldrin and many others can be found here.
Capitol: Observe the critically designed architecture,
specially the dome of the famous United States Capitol, the meeting place of US
Congress for the past 200 years.
House: See the iconic White House, the official
residence and office of the United States President.
Memorial: This monument was built in honor of the
16th president of US, Abraham Lincoln. He is most famous because of
the Emancipation Proclamation which freed all the slaves in US.
Veteran Memorial: pay respect to the ones who lost
their lives at the battlefield of the Vietnam War. A popular shrine for
War Veterans Memorial: This triangular memorial
commemorates the brave soldiers who served the United States and died in the
line of duty at the Korean War.
Memorial: This neo-classical design memorial opened
in 1943, in honor of the 3rd president of the United States, Thomas
Jefferson. It receives 2 million visitors annually.
Tussauds Wax Museum: Watch the famous and infamous
life-like statues of the public figures, which lines the hall of this amazing
Madame Tussauds Wax Museum, in its Washington DC branch.
River Cruise: Experience a lovely cruise down the
Potomac River which runs along the capital. Capture some interesting and
Bell: Crafted more than 250 years ago in 1752, the
symbol of American Independence and Spirit. It is located at the Liberty Bell
Hall: The Founding Fathers of the United States of
America wrote, debated and ratified the US Constitution here in the
Independence Hall along with the declaration of Independence in the
Independence National Historical Park.
Independence Park: Here the Revolutionary war sites
are well preserved for generations to witness. It should not be missed when in
And there ends our 3 day thrilling tour. Go
home carrying fond memories in your preferred drop off arrangement. Note: The order of Itinerary will be reversed for Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.