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View from Lincoln Memorial.

View from Lincoln Memorial.

Washington DC Big Bus ToursOur Washington DC bus tours travel through the history of this great city. Make the most of our flexible tours by hopping off to visit legendary landmarks at your leisure, including the White House, Capitol Hill, Jefferson Memorial and Lincoln Memorial.#bustours #washingtondc #washingtondcbustours #dcbustours #bigbustours

Washington DC Big Bus ToursOur Washington DC bus tours travel through the history of this great city. Make the most of our flexible tours by hopping off to visit legendary landmarks at your leisure, including the White House, Capitol Hill, Jefferson Memorial and Lincoln Memorial.#bustours #washingtondc #washingtondcbustours #dcbustours #bigbustours

The Jefferson Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument – let’s…

The Jefferson Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument – let’s…

National Mall, Washington, D.C. Start with a tour of the monuments on the National Mall—at night, when the marble structures resemble white beacons against a dark sky. There’s no more patriotic experience than to walk up the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and see the powerful marble statue of Honest Abe in his chair next to the engraved words of his Gettysburg Address. From there, looking out over the Reflecting Pool) at night is a humbling experience.

National Mall, Washington, D.C. Start with a tour of the monuments on the National Mall—at night, when the marble structures resemble white beacons against a dark sky. There’s no more patriotic experience than to walk up the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and see the powerful marble statue of Honest Abe in his chair next to the engraved words of his Gettysburg Address. From there, looking out over the Reflecting Pool) at night is a humbling experience.

Washington D. C.  The Washington Monument. I wish I would have scheduled to go inside. Maybe next time...

Washington D. C. The Washington Monument. I wish I would have scheduled to go inside. Maybe next time...

Carved into a granite mountain face in South Dakota’s southwesterly Black Hills, this sculpture of four of America’s most influential presidents (Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt) was considered an extraordinary feat of engineering when it was completed in 1941—and it’s still majestic today, bringing in more than two million visitors per year.

Carved into a granite mountain face in South Dakota’s southwesterly Black Hills, this sculpture of four of America’s most influential presidents (Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, and Theodore Roosevelt) was considered an extraordinary feat of engineering when it was completed in 1941—and it’s still majestic today, bringing in more than two million visitors per year.

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