For over 20 years we have been conducting an exhilarating tour to Washington DC to discover some of the city’s treasures and derive as much encouragement as possible from seeing certain places and things that highlight the unerring accuracy of Bible prophecy! Stirring examples of faithfulness by brothers and sisters, young and old, past and present, provides a powerful stimulus for us to imitate their faith in practical ways today. The Bible is used extensively on this tour.
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Costs and itinerary may vary slightly based upon time of the year and other factors but as always every effort is made to keep the tours as affordable as possible for all. Please note that once you receive information for your selected date, reservations will be accepted on a first come, first served basis to be fair. Dates tend to fill up quickly.
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What kind of a tour is it?
This is not a typical bus tour that drives around while you look out the window listening to narration. It is an exciting fast-moving tour that involves a LOT OF WALKING. The bus stops as close as possible to numerous places of interest, then we disembark to walk to these sites to see them up close and enjoy our Bible discussions. This would be impossible to do with an automobile because parking is very difficult. If you are the kind of person that likes tours of a Biblical nature that focuses on history and prophecy, you should benefit greatly from this program. It is amazing to see how prophecies in Daniel and other prophetic books have been fulfilled in the United States and how these affect us today. We also have intriguing commentary to share inside various museums and our headsets will help you to hear well. The faith-strengthening Holocaust seminar we conduct prior to our visit to the National Holocaust Memorial Museum will prepare our minds and hearts to get the most out of the visit. We provide a customized self-guided tour sheet because they do not allow group tours inside the museum. This experience has been life-altering for many.
What is the basic itinerary?
Usually we depart very early on Thursday or Friday morning depending on the length of the scheduled tour. A lively scriptural program on the bus featuring videos and CD's is most encouraging. A breakfast buffet is enjoyed on the way down and a fun on-board program continues during our return. There is no end to the things to see and do in D.C. but here are some of the things we look forward to sharing together. Generally there is a little free time as well:
- Multiple Smithsonian Museum Complexes
- The White House and numerous famous monuments, some illuminated at night
- The Newseum
- The Museum of the Bible
- The Library of Congress
- The Supreme Court
- National Holocaust Museum
Our program may vary based on the length of each tour and the exact itinerary for each trip will be posted in advance. At times "unexpected events" during our tour may require that we alter our routing but rarely do we miss anything we planned to see. (Eccl. 9:11) Headsets make it easy and comfortable for everyone to hear the tour program at each location. On the return to New York, we stop at scenic Baltimore Harbor for a few hours to enjoy dinner and look around.
What is usually included?
We use a reputable bus company with new luxury coaches that have a restroom, Wi-Fi, charging stations, and complete PA system with a DVD/CD player we use during our extensive program on the bus. The tour length is 4 days and we'll spend 3 nights in a nice hotel near many local amenities and restaurants. Breakfast is provided each day, including the first day en route. Individuals may purchase their lunches and dinners as desired. Admission to most landmarks and museums is free. We obtain timed entry passes for you when required in advance, such as at the Holocaust Museum. Imax and Planetarium films have a charge for each and we order and pay for these in advance when we watch a pertinent film as a group. Travel insurance is always recommended and we strongly urge you to purchase such in advance from providers such as Travel Guard or TravelX Insurance. We are not affiliated with these companies in any way but have used them ourselves for past trips all over the world.
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