Washington, DC
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Our most recommended Washington, DC Theme Parks for Kids

  • Washington, DC: 2-Hour National Mall Walking Tour

    1. Washington, DC: 2-Hour National Mall Walking Tour

    Take a fully-guided, interactive 2-hour walking tour where they will discover the most iconic monuments found along the National Mall in Washington DC. Explore America’s most-visited national park, where the past, present, and future come together adorned with monuments and memorials that honor American forefathers and heroes. See the National Stage where historic movements and celebrations have taken place such as the  “I Have a Dream” speech and the AIDS Quilt. Listen as your engaging guide tells your family the story behind the monuments and memorials along the Mall—what they stand for, why they were built, and what historical figures or events are associated with them. Admire the Smithsonian Museums, walk past the Capitol Building, the Washington Monument, the WW II Memorial,  Lincoln Memorial, and many more iconic monuments.

    Noor was a very knowledgeable and personable guide! His continuing reading and study gave him lots of very interesting anecdotes about the places and those in whose honor they stand. I would highly recommend it!

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What people are saying about Washington, DC

Nice area for children to play. The carousel is the big attraction but there is also a small playground. The toys o the playground are a little worn and the buttons don’t all work but my little one enjoyed it. The flex pass is nice to deal with changes in weather.

Noor was a very knowledgeable and personable guide! His continuing reading and study gave him lots of very interesting anecdotes about the places and those in whose honor they stand. I would highly recommend it!

The all day Carousel pass is worth it with small children. Plus there is a playground. Parking is close by and the Capitol Wheel (Ferris wheel) is also close by.

The carousel is good but the venue tries to sell over priced stuff to kids waiting in line which made my kid melt down when I said no.