Heavenly - Matched Travel Trip to Washington DC
Tuesday - Saturday november 7-11 2023

You do not Want To Miss this trip

everything you need to know before arriving in Washington DC

Trip Details


Total: $1,675.00per person w/2people in room

R/Trip Air from Houston, 4 Nights in Washington, DC w/breakfasts daily, R/trip Transfers from Airport, City Tour of Washington, D.C., and tickets to the The African American Museum and The Historical Museum of the Bible


A $150.00 late fee on all Payments received after final Payment is due Cancellations after final payment date is 100% Non-Refundable



A non-refundable/non-transferable deposit of 375.00per person due by 4/28/2023 2 nd payment $350.00 due by 6/28/2023….3 rd payment $400.00 due 8/7/23… Final payment due by 9/7/23


Our Nations Capital

Washington DC: A tapestry of power, politics, and progress, woven through the centuries.


More about Washington DC

Washington, D.C., the capital of the United States, has a rich and significant history. Here is a very brief overview: 1790: The Residence Act was passed, establishing the federal district on the banks of the Potomac River to serve as the permanent capital of the United States. It was named Washington, after the first President, George Washington. 1800: The federal government officially moved from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C. The city was still under development and lacked basic infrastructure. Early 19th century: The city experienced rapid growth and architectural development, with notable buildings such as the Capitol, the White House, and the National Mall taking shape. 1814: During the War of 1812, British forces invaded Washington and burned several government buildings, including the White House and the Capitol. The city was left in ruins. Mid-19th century: Washington, D.C. became an important center of politics, culture, and commerce. The construction of the Washington Monument and the Lincoln Memorial further enhanced the city's significance. 1861-1865: The American Civil War brought significant changes to Washington, D.C. The city became a major military and administrative hub, with President Abraham Lincoln guiding the Union's efforts from the capital. Late 19th-early 20th century: Washington, D.C. continued to grow as the federal government expanded its presence. Various iconic buildings, including the Library of Congress and the Supreme Court, were constructed. 20th century: The city witnessed important historical events, such as the civil rights movement and the March on Washington in 1963, where Martin Luther King Jr. delivered his famous "I Have a Dream" speech. 1973: The Watergate scandal unfolded in Washington, D.C., leading to the resignation of President Richard Nixon and significant political consequences. Late 20th-early 21st century: Washington, D.C. experienced revitalization efforts, urban development, and an influx of residents. The city became known for its museums, monuments, and vibrant cultural scene. Today, Washington, D.C. remains the political and administrative heart of the United States, hosting various government institutions, international embassies, and serving as a hub for tourism, education, and diplomacy.



A $150.00 late fee on all Payments received after final Payment is due Cancellations after final payment date is 100% Non-Refundable

beautiful, Exciting and Historic That's Washington DC in a Nutshell