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Lead a faith-focused tour of America’s Capital

Give your group an unprecedented spiritual experience… closer to home

Most tours require long flights or expensive international travel. But your group can explore the beauty of our nation’s capital and biblical truth at the heart of the American way of life without crossing an ocean.

Choose and customize an experience that’s uniquely your own

Add any of these unforgettable sites to your customized tour of Washington, DC:

  • Capitol

    One of the most recognizable buildings in the world, the United States Capitol is not only a working office building, but an unmistakable symbol of democracy. Millions visit each year to admire its artwork, statues, architecture and distinctive dome.

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial

    This commanding, 30-foot granite statue celebrates the achievements of the Civil Rights Movement. The first memorial in proximity to the National Mall to honor an African-American, its inscription wall displays many quotes from Reverend King’s moving sermons and speeches.

  • Lincoln Memorial

    The beloved Lincoln Memorial stands at the west end of the National Mall, overlooking the Reflecting Pool. Here, Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his “I Have a Dream Speech.” Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address and Second Inaugural Address are inscribed on the monument walls.

  • Jefferson Memorial

    Modeled after the Roman Pantheon and overlooking the Potomac River’s tidal basin, this architectural wonder includes excerpts from Jefferson’s letters and speeches on its walls; notably, “God who gave us life gave us liberty.” 

  • National Cathedral

    George Washington himself conceived of the National Cathedral in 1791, dreaming of “a great church for national purposes.” Since its construction began in 1907, the gothic-style cathedral has hosted national prayer services and state funerals for presidents Eisenhower, Reagan and Ford.

  • National Mall & Reflecting Pool

    The two-mile span between the U.S. Capitol and the Lincoln Memorial is a vast, open green space lined with 200-year-old American elms. More than 24 million visitors come to the National Mall every year, enjoying its museums, memorials and iconic Reflecting Pool at the west end.

  • Smithsonian Institution

    This world-famous collection of museums and galleries lines the National Mall and expands throughout Washington to include the National Zoo. It houses more than 140 million objects, from natural artifacts to the moon specimens and aircraft at the Air and Space Museum.

  • George Washington’s Mount Vernon

    The former plantation home of America’s first president, Mount Vernon’s mansion, museum, gardens and 500-acre estate (including a slave memorial)—tell the dramatic, inspiring story of the Father of Our Country and shine a light on life during the colonial era.

  • Vietnam War & WWII Memorials

    A place of pilgrimage and healing, and one of the most emotionally stirring sites in Washington, “The Wall” honors Armed Forces who died in Vietnam. And at the east end of the Reflecting Pool, the WWII memorial recognizes some 400,000 men who made the ultimate sacrifice.

  • Arlington National Cemetery

    With more than 285,000 honored dead, including assassinated President John F. Kennedy, the thousands of white headstones at Arlington National Cemetery mark the most recognized burial ground in the U.S. The Tomb of the Unknown Soldier is also located here.

  • White House Visitor Center

    The center’s exhibit areas feature approximately 100 historical artifacts, interpretive panels, archival photos and videos and multimedia elements for visitors of all ages. Visitors can explore an interactive touchscreen tour of the White House, view over 90 artifacts from the White House collection, and view the 14 minute film, “White House: Reflections From Within.”