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The Monticello- Thomas Jefferson Country will take you to Monticello, the home where Thomas Jefferson lived. You'll see artifacts from Jefferson's life as you tour the house and grounds at Monticello. You'll als o see the historic town of Charlottesville, VA.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial - This memorial to our 3rd President, Thomas Jefferson, sits on the edge of the Tidal Basin in Washington DC. Jefferson has a long list of accomplishments including writing the Declaration of Independence (available for viewing at the National Archives) which is what he is most known for. (https://www.facebook.com/TravelingWarrior) #attractions #Jefferson #WashingtonDC Photo by: Glyn Lowe Photoworks

The Capital City Bike Tour provides everything you need to explore Washington, D.C.'s most popular monuments and attractions by bicycle. The tour is guided so you can hear stories and facts about the terrific sights you'll see.

Open Top Double Decker Bus Tours offer a fun way to see the city's top sightseeing destinations. You can stay on the bus for a narrated 1-hour tour, or get on and off the buses at your leisure to do some more extensive exploring.

US Capitol Building - This historic building sits on the East side of the National Mall in Washington DC. Tourists can marvel at the spectacular dome and go to the Visitors Center for tours that highlight the history and current activities of the building. Make sure to hit up this on your next trip or vacation to Washington DC. (https://www.facebook.com/TravelingWarrior) #attractions #CapitolBuilding #WashingtonDC Photo by: ttarasiuk

See the home of George Washington on the Mount Vernon and Old Alexandria Tour. You'll visit Mount Vernon House itself as well as the estate's outbuildings, kitchen, greenhouse and gardens while you learn all about on of the country's most beloved presidents.

Christian Heurich House Museum (The Brewmaster's Castle) in Washington, D.C. Built from 1892 to 1894, this building is billed as the most intact late-Victorian home in the US. It is a landmark on the National Register of Historic Places.