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Many Americans consider Washington, D.C. a must-see city. Along with housing and securing the inner workings of the U.S. government, there’s much more to see and feel in the nation’s capital. This city holds historic buildings, fascinating museums and inspiring national monuments to fill your day. The sites outside the metro area are just as fascinating. Tour Williamsburg, Virginia, to see American colonial history come to life. Or, visit Monticello and Mt. Vernon, the homes of past presidents.

Whether you desire a sophisticated retreat in Georgetown or a regal stay blocks from the White House, we have the Washington, D.C. vacation package to fit all your needs. Book, bundle and save with Delta Vacations to feel confident about your travel plans.

Discover America’s Rich History

Travel through the picturesque countryside to Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, a town steeped with memories of the Civil War. You will have a hands-on soldier experience in an encampment as you prepare for a day of battle. Follow a soldier to the attic of Farnsworth House for a sharpshooter's view of Cemetery Hill, while also seeing relics from the battlefield. Visit Mount Vernon in Virginia — the home, gardens and farm of President George Washington. Take in the quaint seaport town of Old Town Alexandria, as well as Fort Washington, Jefferson Memorial, Tidal Basin and Washington Monument.

Most people are aware of the Smithsonian’s National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall, but don’t miss the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center near Dulles International Airport. See the Space Shuttle Enterprise, an SR-71 Blackbird, the B-29 Superfortress Enola Gay and a Concorde, just to name a few. A shuttle bus offers roundtrip transportation between the National Air and Space Museum on the National Mall and the Steven F. Udvar-Hazy Center.

Or, take in as many sights as you can with a bus ride through Washington, D.C. after dark — a must see, whether it is your first or fifth trip to the Capital. White light against marble makes a spectacular sight. This tour passes the U.S. Capitol and Supreme Court, Library of Congress, the House and Senate buildings, Pennsylvania Avenue, The White House, Kennedy Center and the Iwo Jima monument. Step off the coach at the Jefferson, Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean and FDR Memorials.