Monuments of D.C. – Oct 3-8, 2018
Museum of the Bible, Lincoln’s Cottage, Newseum and More!
Wednesday, October 3 – Monday, October 8, 2018
$1,099.00 per person double
$999.00 per person triple
$959.00 per person quad
$1,489.00 per person single
Depart Lafayette at 6:30 AM, Lebanon 7:00AM and Indianapolis 7:30AM.
Includes motorcoach transportation, 5 nights lodging, luggage handling, admissions per itinerary, 7 meals (2 dinners and 5 breakfasts) and Imperial Escort.
Traditional Washington, D.C. – A stop will be made at some of Washington D.C.’s monuments such as the Lincoln Memorial, the Washington Monument, Arlington Cemetery, The National Archives, the US Capitol Building, and the National World War II Memorial.
Museum of the Bible – One of the most anticipated and beautifully designed museums, located near the National Mall and US Capitol. You will see Dead Sea Scroll fragments, some the earliest known New Testament writings and historical manuscripts. There is 50,000 square feet dedicated to telling the stories of the Bible as well as the Bible’s influence on pop culture, arts, American history and government.
President Lincoln’s Cottage – During the Civil War, for three summers in a row the Lincolns moved their family from the White House to a cottage on a hilltop overlooking the city. This is actually where his nation changing decisions about the Union, Freedom, the Presidency and most notably the Emancipation Proclamation were made.
International Spy Museum – Live It & Learn It. This museum traces the evolution of espionage and provides a context for guests to interpret the role intelligence plays in current and historic events.
Newseum – A visit to the world’s leading organization dedicated to free expression and the five freedoms of the First Amendment: speech, press, religion, assembly and petition. See Pulitzer Prize winning photographs, sections of the Berlin Wall and one of the most spectacular views of the US Capitol Building.
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Falling Water, Mill Run PA – Designated National Historic Landmark and listed among Smithsonian’s “Life List of 28 places to visit before you die.”
Ligonier, PA – Enjoy Ligonier’s historic downtown, the Diamond with specialty shops and galleries before dinner. After dinner we will head to Fort Ligonier for an evening program, George Washington: Forts and Failures.
Flight 93 – After a hearty breakfast we will stop at the Flight 93 Memorial. Read and hear about the fateful day of September 11, 2001 from passenger and cockpit recordings.
Our home base for our three nights in DC will be in Alexandria, VA a city rich with its own history, culture and charm. Brick lined streets, cobblestone alleys and gaslight street lamps; Alexandria has a European feel with its diverse architecture and varied culinary options from sidewalk cafés to traditional pubs.