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69th Annual ICA Conference Tours

Posted By Administration, Monday, March 4, 2019

Washington, D.C. is the capital city of the United States. It is of course known for politics, but the assortment of museums, history, and culture should not be overlooked. ICA has partnered with a local tour company to curate various tours at discounted prices for ICA attendees. Those interested in booking a tour can book online via the ICA tours website. As always, we recommend interested parties book online in advance.


Newseum Tour

Get an exclusive experience of the Newseum’s collection and mission! A tour guide will take you through the Newseum's galleries and studios, highlighting the power of the First Amendment & free expression to change the world. 90-minute private tour.


Old Town Alexandria Food Tour

Situated conveniently off the metro stop and less than six miles from downtown Washington DC, Old Town Alexandria’s waterfront historical sites and cobblestone streets are a must-visit. The group will enjoy a progressive meal and historic landmarks. Three hours with private tour guide.


National Archives Skip-the-Line Guided Museum Tour

The National Archives will introduce you to the original paperwork that formed the United States of America. This 1.5 to 2-hour tour will bring you face to face with the seemingly humble documentation that gave birth to the USA.


Arlington Cemetery and Museum

Discover Arlington Cemetery with a US Military Veteran guide, trained in military history. Observe the changing of the guard at the Tomb of the Unknowns. Visit each of the Kennedy graves. Discover Robert E. Lee’s mansion, confiscated from him after the war. 3 1/2 hours outdoors. Includes transportation.


Civil War in Washington

Visit Fort Stevens where President Lincoln came under fire from General Jubal Early’s Confederate forces. Next, it’s onto The Lincoln Cottage, The Camp David of its day. Lunch will be provided. 4-hour tour. Includes transportation.


Private Brewery Tour

Our expert DC beer gurus will guide you through an all-inclusive and entertaining beer-focused tour and tasting experience. Ride our Luxury Brew Bus as you soak in some serious beer knowledge. 3.5 hours with complimentary pretzels. Includes transportation.


Capitol Hill & Eastern Market Food Tour

Located within earshot of the US Capitol and the National Mall, Capitol Hill is one of the earliest, historically diverse, and most beautiful areas in Washington DC. This tour will expose the group to local history, culture, & local food/drink. 3 hours.


DC National Gallery of Art

At the DC National Gallery of Art, you’ll find an eclectic mix of art from Renaissance artists, the French Impressionists, and great American painters all under one roof. 2 to 2.5 hours with a private guide.


Memorials by Moonlight

Memorials by Moonlight visits the National World War II Memorial, District War Memorial, Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, and Abraham Lincoln Memorial. In addition, the Washington Monument and Thomas Jefferson Memorial are seen and discussed from a distance. These memorials are truly breathtaking at night. 2-hour tour.


Capitol Hill Guided Walking Tour

Explore Capitol Hill, the epicenter of activity in Washington DC, on a 2.5-hour private guided walking tour, pairing you with your own personal guide. Our knowledgeable local will show you the buildings and institution that have made DC so iconic.


The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum Tour

The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum covers everything from the early history of flight to the Space Race and moon landings. Learn what it takes to be an astronaut with one of our expert guides on this 2.5-hour tour.


Book your tour today!

 

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