Washington D.C. Trip Itinerary / Hotel Information

Capitol building

Tentative Trip Itinerary can be found at this link.

Hotel is Double-Tree Crystal City at this link.



Thursday, May 21 Time TBD- Depart HFII


Day 1 Friday, May 22

AM- Arrive in Washington, DC

Take a walk through Lafayette Park to view the White House

Visit the American History and Natural History Smithsonian Museums

Lunch at Union Station

Check-in to your hotel:


Dinner at Hill Country

Visit the Marine Barracks for the official Evening Parade in resplendent

Full Dress Marine uniforms*


Day 2 Saturday, May 23

Breakfast at the hotel

Visit the 9/11 Pentagon Memorial

Morning visit to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Remember the Children: Daniel’s Story

Lunch TBD

Visit the National Zoo

Dinner at Rosemary’s Thyme Bistro

Evening walking tour of the Lincoln, Korean, Martin Luther King, Jr.,

Vietnam, and National World War II Memorials, as well as a view of

the outside of the Washington Monument


Day 3 Sunday, May 24

Breakfast at the hotel

Visit the Air Force Memorial

Visit Arlington National Cemetery to see a Changing of the Guards

Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldiers

Lunch TBD

Visit the Smithsonian American History and Natural History Museums

Dinner at the Georgetown University Dining Hall

Attend the official National Memorial Day Concert on the West Lawn

of the U.S. Capitol, featuring the National Symphony Orchestra and

broadcast live on PBS


Day 4 Monday, May 25 Memorial Day

Breakfast at the hotel

Visit the Smithsonian Air and Space Museum

Participate in the National Memorial Day Parade on Historic

Constitution Avenue

Depart Washington, DC, dinner en route

This is a very flexible itinerary. Except for confirmed appointments and performances, the

places of interest and the sequence of sightseeing might be changed if necessary or desirable. In

the event of an unavoidable conflict in the performance and the sightseeing schedule, the

concert schedule will prevail, and it may be necessary to exclude some sightseeing activities.


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