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Old Town Trolley Tours® of Washington DC Route Map & Stops
 
How the Tour Works
 
Click On Stop Numbers Below to Find Out All that Washington DC has to Offer
 
stop 1 stop 2 Library of Congress stop 3 US Botanical Gardens stop 4 Jefferson Memorial 5 stop 6 Lincoln Memorial stop 7 stop 8 Natural History Museum stop 9 Fords Theatre stop 10 The White House stop 11 National Archives stop 12 Woodrow Wilson House stop 13 National Zoo stop 14 National Cathedral stop 15 Georgetown stop 16 Lafayette stop 17 stop 18 stop 19 stop 20
 
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U.S. Capitol
U.S. Supreme Court
Library of Congress

 
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U.S. Capitol, U.S. Supreme Court & The Library of Congress
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U.S. Capitol
   
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U.S. Capitol building
 

Tours are available by obtaining a free times entry ticket from the kiosk at 1st & Independence Ave.

Monday - Saturday

 

A grand symbol of the United States Government, the Capitol Building on Capitol Hill is recognized across the world as one of our country’s most prominent icons of Democracy. The striking white dome acts as a focal point to the building which welcomes thousands of visitors every year. Both a working legislative building and a national monument, guided tours are offered all day long and provide an inside look into how our United States government works. When the Senate or House of Representatives are in session, visitors can watch from galleries above their chambers. It’s a remarkable experience for adults and children as well.

Approximate Time to Allow: 2 to 3 hours

   
       
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Upon arrival at the Supreme Court, visitors are often struck by the imposing marble building. Architecturally magnificent, the neoclassical structure was built in 1935 to become the permanent home to the Supreme Court. Walking along the hallway towards the Courtroom, guests are greeted by busts of all the former Chief Justices. The Supreme Court is the highest judiciary authority in the United States and hears about 100 cases each year, although more than 7,000 are submitted before them. Visitors can tour the Supreme Court building, hear lectures on the history of the court and how it works, sit in on sessions on specified days and times and view various exhibits throughout the year.

 
U.S. Supreme Court
 

Open 9 am - 4:30 pm

Approximate Time to Allow:
2 to 3 hours

   
       
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Library of Congress interior
 

Guided tours available every hour.

Open 10 am - 5:30 pm

Monday - Saturday

 

The Library of Congress is unlike any other library in the world. The world’s largest library, it is home to more than 100 million books, maps, recordings, manuscripts, films and photos including items from Thomas Jefferson’s personal collection. In fact, it was Jefferson who donated many items to the library after it was destroyed by a fire in 1814. The new building was properly named the Jefferson Building as a tribute to his generosity. Today, the John Adams and James Madison Buildings are also a part of the Library of Congress and honor these two Presidents for their commitment to improving the library. The library was originally created to assist members of congress with research and today it still serves as a haven of knowledge and resources to the congress as well as to the American people. In the Visitor’s Center, just inside the Jefferson Building, guests can find out about the many resources available as well as the numerous events, concerts, exhibits and lectures sponsored by the library. Here you can also get maps and see a film that gives valuable information about the library. Stop by the Great Hall in the Jefferson Building for a guided tour and be sure to see the gift shop featuring a variety of memorabilia.

Approximate Time to Allow: 2 to 3 hours

   
       
 
 
 
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Washington’s Best Tour to See The Library of Congress, Supreme Court, Washington Monument, War World II Memorial,
Lincoln Memorial, National Cathedral, The White House, The National Archives, The National Zoo, and Much More!
 
 
 

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