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Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Private Guided Tour

Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Private Guided Tour

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Step into the past and be amazed by the natural world on this a 2-hour private guided tour of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. See some of the over 126 million artifacts housed in the museum including the Hope Diamond, Egyptian mummies, and a living coral reef. Spend time immersing yourself in the fascinating stories and objects that make up our history and come away from the museum with new knowledge.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$79.50
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$79.50
Price varies by group size
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Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Guided Tour - 8ppl Max

Smithsonian Museum of Natural History Guided Tour - 8ppl Max

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Explore the fascinating Natural History Museum on a small-group tour. This guided tour traverses the massive domed building and covers over 126 million years of natural history. Admire the famous Hope Diamond in the gems and geology section, get a closer look at mummies from ancient Egypt, and learn about the world’s thousands of species including Phoenix, the famous hanging whale.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$79.50
Price varies by group size
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$79.50
Price varies by group size
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Islamic Tours of Washington

Islamic Tours of Washington

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Zohery Tours is offering for the first time a Washington DC Islamic Tour. The tour will start at 3pm from Hyatt Regency Hotel. During the tour you’ll get the chance to visit 2 out of the leading mosques in Washington DC Metro Area. This Islamic Tours of Washington DC is conducted every Sunday, you will visit: The Islamic center of Washington. Located at 2551 Massachusetts Ave NW, Washington DC 20008 The Diyanet Centre of America. Located at 9704 Good Luck Road, Lanham, Maryland 20706 The tour will be a narrated tour and during stopover at the masjids mentioned above, you will get the chance to visit the premises and meet with some officials from the place. this will include a lecture recounting the genesis and history of the creation of the particular masjid and its significance to the Muslim community in Washington DC area. If you are a Muslim, come and meet other Muslims in the Washington Metro area. If you are non Muslim, come and learn about Islam and the role of the Mosques
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$53.42
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Private Tour Museum of Natural History in Washington DC

Private Tour Museum of Natural History in Washington DC

Explore the National Museum of Natural History in Washington DC on a private tour that has been tailored especially for families and kids. Enjoy a private family-friendly tour of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History on the National Mall, which can be customized based on your family's interests. Partake in interactive kid-friendly activities such as holding bugs at the insect zoo and marvel at the beloved Dinosaur Hall and the mummies exhibit. Discover the enormous collection of natural gems and minerals, artifacts of early human civilizations, a live coral reef, and much more. Explore alongside an expert guide and learn behind the scene facts about one of the biggest and most visited natural history museums in the world.
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  • 2 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$299.00
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$299.00
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Washington DC: small group tour with a native

Washington DC: small group tour with a native

Join this walking tour in the center of Washington. Hear the history of the Mall and monuments along the way. See the Capitol, Senate and White House, and then you will visit the Lincoln, Korea and Vietnam Memorials. The memorials tell about the lives of men and women from America’s past and present . Your guide will shere with you history, anecdotes and tradition about this fascinating city. We suggest you to wear comfortable shoes!
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  • 2 hours 30 minutes
  • Free Cancellation
  • Taking safety measures
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$66.94
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Washington D.C Social Distance Walking Tour

Washington D.C Social Distance Walking Tour

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Explore the National Mall in Washington DC at night on a 2-hour walking tour that takes in the floodlit monuments and other landmarks. See the White House, and the Abraham Lincoln Memorial, and learn about the importance of the memorials to military veterans and important people such as Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Dr Martin Luther King Jr. You’ll get insights into United States history as you pass by the key sights on the Mall.
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  • 4 hours
  • Free Cancellation
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$72.00
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