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Washington DC

Presidential Inauguration January 2017

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Every four years, on January 20th, the presidential inauguration marks the culmination of the democratic process held in November, and offers students the opportunity to witness first-hand this unique event of American politics and history.  Because the 2013 Presidential Inauguration falls on a Sunday, the ceremony will occur on January 21. 5 Go Educational Tours
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What's Included

Per student price is based on:

  • 48 students ( in quad occ.) (12 rooms)

  • 4 teachers/ chaperones (in dbl. occ.) (2 rooms)


  • Deluxe Return Motor Coach transportation from your school*

  • Lodging (option(s) indicated on the right

  • Sites and attractions:

  • a GO Leader for the duration of your trip

  • all breakfasts

  • all taxes and gratuities

  • Overnight security ( 6 hours per night )

  • * Must be within approximately 400 miles from the destination - overnight coach travel can be arranged but additional costs may be incurred.

  • * All GO itineraries conform with DOT motor coach driving and rest rules.

Qualifies for GO Travel Scholarship

Exclusions: flights and personal expenses


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Trip Overview

  • The White House
  • The Washington Monument
  • In the afternoon, visit the U.S. Capitol/Visitor’s Center , the Supreme Court building and Library of Congress
  • Dinner at Union Station
  • Evening  tour of the Memorials. Here, the students will see some of the most striking monuments and memorials… the first night will feature the Lincoln, Jefferson, MLK and FDR memorials.
  • Arlington National Cemetery – including Changing of the Guard and a wreath-laying ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown soldier
  • A stop at the Pentagon Memorial
  • Smithsonian Institution Museums discovery: From the Air and Space , the Museum of American History to the Natural History Museum, these will stir the imagination.
  • Memorials tour part II – the Vietnam, Korean, WWII memorial
  • Naval Museum – USS Barry
  • National Museum of the American Indian
  • National Museum of Crime & Punishment
  • National Archives
  • Spy Museum
  • Mount Vernon
  • Old Town Alexandria
  • Potomac River cruise
  • Shear Madness
  • Holocaust Museum and Memorial
  • Newseum

Pricing per paying student

3 days and 2 nights

3 Lunches and 3 dinners


GO Educational Tours promotes healthy and nutritious menus over fast food options whenever possible.