We all know that Washington DC enjoys a prestigious status because it is the capital of the US. However, that’s not all about it, as Washington DC has so much more to offer to its visitors. But you can only enjoy them when you opt for the best Washington DC Tours & Excursions in 2021 with the help of SEE DC Today, of course.

Be it delicious food, culture, historical monuments, or a shopping spree, your trip to Washington DC is not going to disappoint you. You can enjoy the Best Washington DC Tours & Excursions and make it a memorable trip with SEE DC Today.

Highlights from the Washington DC private tour

If you plan a trip to the capital and cover all the major attractions, you surely need to book the Washington DC private tour with SEE DC Today.

We cover the following places as a part of our tours and excursion:

World War 2 Memorial

The WWII Memorial was dedicated in 2004 at the site of the Rainbow Pool.  You can see the names of battles, quotes from presidents and generals, and scenes from each front throughout the memorial. The Atlantic and Pacific arches also work like the entrances to walk into the memorial.

It was integrated into the memorial design as the fountain, which is placed in the center. The memorial is divided into north and south that represent the Atlantic and Pacific fronts.

You will find 4 American bald eagles, each holding garland in their beaks, which holds a laurel wreath inside every arch. Feel free to ask our tour guide for other information.

US Capitol


The U.S. Capitol Building is one of the most perceptible buildings in the world and home to the United States House of Representatives and Senate.

The U.S. Capitol is also one of DC’s most popular monuments and attracts millions of visitors each year.  It makes it an essential attraction to cover as a part of the Washington DC Private Tours.

Murals surround the Capitol Dome & the fresco on the eye of the ceiling is known as The Apotheosis of Washington. It shows President Washington rising to the heavens in glory with Liberty and Victory/Fame beside him.

Your guided tour will start with an intro film, followed by stops in the Capitol Rotunda. It is where the guides point out the center point of the District of Columbia and demonstrate the unique acoustical effect. A speaker several miles away can be heard with more clarity than a speaker close to the listener.

Thomas Jefferson Memorial

The Thomas Jefferson Memorial is one of the unique attractions of the Washington DC Private Tours because of its location and architecture. You can see a beautiful and shimmering image of the memorial on the water on a moonlit night. It is joined by blooming cherry blossom trees during the spring.

It is an adaptation of Neoclassical architecture favored by Thomas Jefferson himself. The structure is present on the National Mall’s Tidal Basin, a large body of water bordered by DC’s famous cherry blossom trees.

Thomas Jefferson was a man with several talents. He was a lawyer, scientist, linguist, politician, book collector, farmer, architect, and diplomat.

He is mainly known as the 3rd US President. He was also the author of the first draft of the Declaration of Independence. The open-air, white-columned structure houses a 19-foot bronze statue of Jefferson, standing to welcome the visitors. Rest assured, you’ll have a nice time here.

Lincoln Memorial

The grand Lincoln Memorial towers over the Reflecting Pool and anchors the western end of the National Mall. The best way to enter the memorial is from the east, by the Washington Monument and the National World War II Memorial.

This will put you at the edge of the Reflecting Pool, a shimmering expanse that best illuminates the grand structures. You can take a stroll toward the memorial and watch as it eventually gets larger.

Ancient Greek temples inspire this design. And when you stand right in front, look at the marble columns surrounded by greenery.

There are 36 columns, and each one represents one state in the U.S. at the date of President Lincoln’s death. The memorial itself is 190 feet long and 119 feet wide and touches almost 100 feet.

White House

Washington DC is synonymous with the White House, and it needs no introduction. Unless you are living under a rock, you must have heard about it. George Washington opted for the site of the White House in 1791.

Pierre L’Enfant was the initial architect. However, he was fired for insubordination. Washington held a national competition to find a new designer in which an Irish-born architect James Hoban won. More importantly, our guide will be with you throughout the Washington DC Private Tours to answer all your questions.

Explore Washington DC like never before with our unique Washington DC Private Tours. Get in touch with us, and let SEE DC TODAY arrange a private tour for you!