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Viator Exclusive: Washington Monument Reserved Admission with DC Landmarks and Memorials Tour

Viator Exclusive: Washington Monument Reserved Admission with DC Landmarks and Memorials Tour
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Take a 4-hour guided tour aboard a comfortable coach to catch highlights including the White House, US Capitol Building, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Memorial and Martin Luther King Jr Memorial. Your experienced guide shares detailed commentary about the capital's key monuments and memorials on this exclusive tour. The tour ends by skipping the long lines with reserved entry tickets to Washington DC's centerpiece, the Washington Monument. This tour is a Viator Exclusive that can't be booked anywhere else.<br /><br />**The Washington Monument is closed due to elevator maintenance.  In lieu of this stop, additional stops have been added to this tour as well as a (seasonal) Potomac River cruise.

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The White House as a Home Walking Tour
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<p>The White House As A Home Walk is an interactive <em>walk and talk</em> with an historical character (costumed interpreter) who actually lived in the White House. Who could be a more delightful and appropriate guide for this walk than Quentin Roosevelt, the youngest child of President Theodore Roosevelt and his wife, Edith. Quentin will give you his personal perspective about what it was really like calling the White House home. Remember, First Families are real people! <br /><br />Be prepared for a lively experience, especially if you are bringing children!!</p> <p>Please Note: This walk does not go into the White House or onto the White House grounds.</p>

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 DCA Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport Info & Guide


Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

Where is Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport?  


Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (IATA: DCA, ICAO: KDCA, FAA LID: DCA), formerly Washington National Airport, also referred to as Washington Ronald Reagan National Airport, Ronald Reagan National Airport, or simply Ronald Reagan Airport, is located 4.8 kilometers (3 miles) south of downtown Washington, D.C., in Arlington County, Virginia, United States. The airport is named to honor former President Ronald Reagan.


In 2013, Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport served 21,791,781 passengers, making it the 3rd busiest of the three airports serving Washington, D.C. The busiest is Baltimore/Washington Thurgood Marshall International Airport (BWI), followed by Washington Dulles International Airport (IAD).


Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport is a hub for US Airways. Other airlines that fly to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport include Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, American Eagle, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, JetBlue Airways, Southwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, United Airlines and Virgin America.


Cities with flights to Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport include Atlanta, Bermuda, Boston, Buffalo, Charlotte, Chattanooga, Chicago, Cincinnati, Dallas, Detroit, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, Houston, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Knoxville, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, Montréal, Nashville, Nantucket, Nassau, New Orleans, New York, Norfolk, Orlando, Ottawa, Philadelphia, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Francisco, San Juan, Salt Lake City, Tampa, Toronto and White Plains.


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The Gallery Walk is located in Historic Terminal A between the Historic Lobby and the present-day ticketing lobby. The gallery includes display areas for two and three-dimensional works by artists from all over the local area. Terminals B and C are rich in public art, thanks to renowned Architect Cesar Pelli, who integrated commissioned artworks into the design of the space. The 30 individual works by local and national artists include: floor medallions, balustrades, murals, stained glass friezes and more. For more, see the DCA Gallery Walk Map.

 

The airport also offers:

  • "Power Up" recharging stations
  • United Service Organizations (USO) lounge
  • Travelers Aid
  • Interfaith Chapel (open 24x7) - south end of Terminal B (Concourse Level), is across from the Delta Shuttle ticket counter.
  • Drop boxes for U.S. Mail are located in all terminals. Various postal services are available at the North Customer Service Centre.
  • Duty Free shopping
  • 40+ shops
  • Smithsonian Museum Store
  • PGA Tourshop
  • Heritage Booksellers, located in the National Hall. Check out the 'Read & Return Program' - buy it, read it, return it and receive a 50% refund!

 

Student Ambassadors are stationed throughout the DCA Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.  Look for distinctive yellow shirts bearing the Airports Authority logo. Student Ambassadors are high school and college students from around the local area who are here at your service to provide information, directions and other assistance.




Additional Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport information may be found by visiting their official website below.



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Last Updated: 12 Feb 2017