Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Sep
19
10:00am10:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • 2 Lincoln Memorial Circle Northwest Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The tour begins at the Lincoln Memorial. Please meet at the Capital Bikeshare station [Google Maps] between the Lincoln Memorial and the Korean War Memorial. Look for a station with docks and matching red rental bikes. I'll be standing nearby. Call or text if we can't connect. 202-681-0046.

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Sep
22
10:00am10:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • 2 Lincoln Memorial Circle Northwest Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The tour begins at the Lincoln Memorial. Please meet at the Capital Bikeshare station [Google Maps] between the Lincoln Memorial and the Korean War Memorial. Look for a station with docks and matching red rental bikes. I'll be standing nearby. Call or text if we can't connect. 202-681-0046.

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Sep
24
2:00pm 2:00pm

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • 2 Lincoln Memorial Circle Northwest Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The tour begins at the Lincoln Memorial. Please meet at the Capital Bikeshare station [Google Maps] between the Lincoln Memorial and the Korean War Memorial. Look for a station with docks and matching red rental bikes. I'll be standing nearby. Call or text if we can't connect. 202-681-0046.

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Sep
26
10:00am10:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • 2 Lincoln Memorial Circle Northwest Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The tour begins at the Lincoln Memorial. Please meet at the Capital Bikeshare station [Google Maps] between the Lincoln Memorial and the Korean War Memorial. Look for a station with docks and matching red rental bikes. I'll be standing nearby. Call or text if we can't connect. 202-681-0046.

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Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill
Sep
27
10:00am10:00am

Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill

  • 45 Independence Avenue Southwest Washington, DC, 20219 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Witness government in action on this  educational walking tour. Discuss how an idea can become law, visit your Representative's office, explore the labyrinth of tunnels beneath House Office Buildings, or drop in on a live Congressional hearing.  These tours are inspired by current events and the official business of the House of Representatives!

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here ( outside the front doors of the Rayburn House Office Building).

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Oct
3
10:00am10:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • 2 Lincoln Memorial Circle Northwest Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

The tour begins at the Lincoln Memorial. Please meet at the Capital Bikeshare station [Google Maps] between the Lincoln Memorial and the Korean War Memorial. Look for a station with docks and matching red rental bikes. I'll be standing nearby. Call or text if we can't connect. 202-681-0046.

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Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill
Sep
14
10:00am10:00am

Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill

  • 45 Independence Avenue Southwest Washington, DC, 20219 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Witness government in action on this  educational walking tour. Discuss how an idea can become law, visit your Representative's office, explore the labyrinth of tunnels beneath House Office Buildings, or drop in on a live Congressional hearing.  These tours are inspired by current events and the official business of the House of Representatives!

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here ( outside the front doors of the Rayburn House Office Building).

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Sep
12
10:00am10:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • Learn how materials and design converge to tell a story at the Lincoln Memorial
  • Experience the complex simplicity of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • See how we honor American veterans of the Korean War
  • Touch bas-relief panels that form a storyboard of World War II America

This tour will focus on each memorial as a unique interpretation of large scale violent conflict and loss; and at the Lincoln Memorial, we'll touch on how it has been used outside of the realm of memorialization; for protest, public gathering, and ceremony. 

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Georgetown Neighborhood Tour
Sep
9
11:00am11:00am

Georgetown Neighborhood Tour

  • 1401 Wisconsin Avenue Northwest Washington, DC, 20007 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Once an active port city that pre-dated the establishment Washington, DC, Georgetown is now one of DC's many unique neighborhoods with a history distinct from every other. DC's neighborhoods offer as many opportunities for learning and explorations as its iconic monuments and memorials.

Join us on this walk through Georgetown touching on art, civics, urban planning, and DC history.

Duration: 2 hours

Cost: $25

Purchase tickets here.

Please arrive at or before the time of the tour at the corner of Wisconsin and O Streets NW. Find me next to the Capital Bikeshare station. Map link (opens Google Maps)

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Sep
8
10:00am10:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • Learn how materials and design converge to tell a story at the Lincoln Memorial
  • Experience the complex simplicity of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • See how we honor American veterans of the Korean War
  • Touch bas-relief panels that form a storyboard of World War II America

This tour will focus on each memorial as a unique interpretation of large scale violent conflict and loss; and at the Lincoln Memorial, we'll touch on how it has been used outside of the realm of memorialization; for protest, public gathering, and ceremony. 

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill
Sep
6
10:00am10:00am

Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill

  • 45 Independence Avenue Southwest Washington, DC, 20219 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Witness government in action on this  educational walking tour. Discuss how an idea can become law, visit your Representative's office, explore the labyrinth of tunnels beneath House Office Buildings, or drop in on a live Congressional hearing.  These tours are inspired by current events and the official business of the House of Representatives!

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here ( outside the front doors of the Rayburn House Office Building).

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Sep
5
2:00pm 2:00pm

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • Learn how materials and design converge to tell a story at the Lincoln Memorial
  • Experience the complex simplicity of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • See how we honor American veterans of the Korean War
  • Touch bas-relief panels that form a storyboard of World War II America

This tour will focus on each memorial as a unique interpretation of large scale violent conflict and loss; and at the Lincoln Memorial, we'll touch on how it has been used outside of the realm of memorialization; for protest, public gathering, and ceremony. 

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Secret Symbols of the Lincoln Memorial
Sep
1
10:00pm10:00pm

Secret Symbols of the Lincoln Memorial

  • 5 Lincoln Memorial Circle Northwest Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Search for meaning during this 45 minute thought-provoking exploration of the Lincoln Memorial. From its location on the National Mall to specific number sequences, to the sourcing of materials, every design choice was carefully orchestrated to tell one story. This is a fun tour even if you've visited the memorial many times before. There's always more to learn!

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Secret Symbols of the Lincoln Memorial
Aug
30
2:00pm 2:00pm

Secret Symbols of the Lincoln Memorial

  • 5 Lincoln Memorial Circle Northwest Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Search for meaning during this 45 minute thought-provoking exploration of the Lincoln Memorial. From its location on the National Mall to specific number sequences, to the sourcing of materials, every design choice was carefully orchestrated to tell one story. This is a fun tour even if you've visited the memorial many times before. There's always more to learn!

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Tidal Basin Monument Tour
Aug
24
9:00am 9:00am

Tidal Basin Monument Tour

  • 5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This all-encompassing walking tour will reveal the evolution of the National Mall's monumental core. Experience memorials dedicated to Lincoln, Vietnam Veterans, Korean War, World War II, World War I (DC), Martin Luther King Jr, Franklin D Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, and much more. $59

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Secret Symbols of the Lincoln Memorial
Aug
23
2:00pm 2:00pm

Secret Symbols of the Lincoln Memorial

  • 5 Lincoln Memorial Circle Northwest Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Search for meaning during this 45 minute thought-provoking exploration of the Lincoln Memorial. From its location on the National Mall to specific number sequences, to the sourcing of materials, every design choice was carefully orchestrated to tell one story. This is a fun tour even if you've visited the memorial many times before. There's always more to learn!

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill
Aug
22
10:00am10:00am

Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill

  • 45 Independence Avenue Southwest Washington, DC, 20219 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Witness government in action on this  educational walking tour. Discuss how an idea can become law, visit your Representative's office, explore the labyrinth of tunnels beneath House Office Buildings, or drop in on a live Congressional hearing.  These tours are inspired by current events and the official business of the House of Representatives!

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here ( outside the front doors of the Rayburn House Office Building).

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Aug
21
11:00am11:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • Learn the hidden symbols presented in plain sight on the Lincoln Memorial
  • Experience the complex simplicity of the moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • See how we honor American and international veterans of the Korean War
  • Touch bas-relief panels that form a storyboard of World War II America

This tour will focus on each memorial as a unique interpretation of large scale violent conflict and loss; and at the Lincoln Memorial, we'll touch on how it has been used outside of the realm of memorialization; for protest, public gathering, and ceremony. 

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Aug
18
10:00am10:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • Learn the hidden symbols presented in plain sight on the Lincoln Memorial
  • Experience the complex simplicity of the moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • See how we honor American and international veterans of the Korean War
  • Touch bas-relief panels that form a storyboard of World War II America

This tour will focus on each memorial as a unique interpretation of large scale violent conflict and loss; and at the Lincoln Memorial, we'll touch on how it has been used outside of the realm of memorialization; for protest, public gathering, and ceremony. 

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Tidal Basin Monument Tour
Aug
17
10:00am10:00am

Tidal Basin Monument Tour

  • 5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This all-encompassing walking tour will reveal the evolution of the National Mall's monumental core. Experience memorials dedicated to Lincoln, Vietnam Veterans, Korean War, World War II, World War I (DC), Martin Luther King Jr, Franklin D Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, and much more. $59

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill
Aug
17
10:00am10:00am

Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill

  • 45 Independence Avenue Southwest Washington, DC, 20219 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Witness government in action on this  educational walking tour. Discuss how an idea can become law, visit your Representative's office, explore the labyrinth of tunnels beneath House Office Buildings, or drop in on a live Congressional hearing.  These tours are inspired by current events and the official business of the House of Representatives!

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here ( outside the front doors of the Rayburn House Office Building).

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Tidal Basin Monument Tour
Aug
16
10:00am10:00am

Tidal Basin Monument Tour

  • 5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This all-encompassing walking tour will reveal the evolution of the National Mall's monumental core. Experience memorials dedicated to Lincoln, Vietnam Veterans, Korean War, World War II, World War I (DC), Martin Luther King Jr, Franklin D Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, and much more. $59

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Aug
15
10:00am10:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • Learn the hidden symbols presented in plain sight on the Lincoln Memorial
  • Experience the complex simplicity of the moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • See how we honor American and international veterans of the Korean War
  • Touch bas-relief panels that form a storyboard of World War II America

This tour will focus on each memorial as a unique interpretation of large scale violent conflict and loss; and at the Lincoln Memorial, we'll touch on how it has been used outside of the realm of memorialization; for protest, public gathering, and ceremony. 

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Aug
11
10:00am10:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • Learn the hidden symbols presented in plain sight on the Lincoln Memorial
  • Experience the complex simplicity of the moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • See how we honor American and international veterans of the Korean War
  • Touch bas-relief panels that form a storyboard of World War II America

This tour will focus on each memorial as a unique interpretation of large scale violent conflict and loss; and at the Lincoln Memorial, we'll touch on how it has been used outside of the realm of memorialization; for protest, public gathering, and ceremony. 

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill
Aug
10
10:00am10:00am

Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill

  • 45 Independence Avenue Southwest Washington, DC, 20219 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Witness government in action on this  educational walking tour. Discuss how an idea can become law, visit your Representative's office, explore the labyrinth of tunnels beneath House Office Buildings, or drop in on a live Congressional hearing.  These tours are inspired by current events and the official business of the House of Representatives!

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here ( outside the front doors of the Rayburn House Office Building).

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Tidal Basin Monument Sunset Tour
Aug
9
6:00pm 6:00pm

Tidal Basin Monument Sunset Tour

  • 5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This all-encompassing walking tour will reveal the evolution of the National Mall's monumental core. Experience memorials dedicated to Lincoln, Vietnam Veterans, Korean War, World War II, World War I (DC), Martin Luther King Jr, Franklin D Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, and much more. $59

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Aug
8
10:00am10:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

  • Learn the hidden symbols presented in plain sight on the Lincoln Memorial
  • Experience the complex simplicity of the moving Vietnam Veterans Memorial
  • See how we honor American and international veterans of the Korean War
  • Touch bas-relief panels that form a storyboard of World War II America

This tour will focus on each memorial as a unique interpretation of large scale violent conflict and loss; and at the Lincoln Memorial, we'll touch on how it has been used outside of the realm of memorialization; for protest, public gathering, and ceremony. 

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Tidal Basin Monument Tour
Aug
5
10:00am10:00am

Tidal Basin Monument Tour

  • 5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This all-encompassing walking tour will reveal the evolution of the National Mall's monumental core. Experience memorials dedicated to Lincoln, Vietnam Veterans, Korean War, World War II, World War I (DC), Martin Luther King Jr, Franklin D Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, and much more. $59

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Aug
4
10:00am10:00am

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

The American stories of World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, and American Civil War --in the form of homage to Abraham Lincoln-- are told in four very different ways. Experience these complex and deep memorials to Lincoln and American war veterans.

This tour will focus on how each memorial is a unique interpretation of large scale war and loss. At the Lincoln Memorial, the tour will also touch on how it has been used outside of the realm of memorialization for protest, public gathering, and ceremony. 

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill
Aug
3
10:00am10:00am

Behind the Scenes: Capitol Hill

  • 45 Independence Avenue Southwest Washington, DC, 20219 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Witness government in action on this  educational walking tour. Discuss how an idea can become law, visit your Representative's office, explore the labyrinth of tunnels beneath House Office Buildings, or drop in on a live Congressional hearing.  These tours are inspired by current events and the official business of the House of Representatives!

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here ( outside the front doors of the Rayburn House Office Building).

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Tidal Basin Monument Tour
Aug
2
10:00am10:00am

Tidal Basin Monument Tour

  • 5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW Washington, DC, 20037 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

This all-encompassing walking tour will reveal the evolution of the National Mall's monumental core. Experience memorials dedicated to Lincoln, Vietnam Veterans, Korean War, World War II, World War I (DC), Martin Luther King Jr, Franklin D Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson, and much more. $59

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations
Aug
1
3:00pm 3:00pm

Lincoln, Vietnam, Korean, and WWII: War Commemorations

The American stories of World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, and American Civil War --in the form of homage to Abraham Lincoln-- are told in four very different ways. Experience these complex and deep memorials to Lincoln and American war veterans.

This tour will focus on how each memorial is a unique interpretation of large scale war and loss. At the Lincoln Memorial, the tour will also touch on how it has been used outside of the realm of memorialization for protest, public gathering, and ceremony. 

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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Sunset Tour: War Commemorations
Jul
31
8:00pm 8:00pm

Sunset Tour: War Commemorations

The American stories of World War II, Korean War, Vietnam War, and American Civil War --in the form of homage to Abraham Lincoln-- are told in four very different ways. Experience these complex and deep memorials to Lincoln and American war veterans.

This tour will focus on how each memorial is a unique interpretation of large scale war and loss. At the Lincoln Memorial, the tour will also touch on how it has been used outside of the realm of memorialization for protest, public gathering, and ceremony. 

The sun sets at 8:20 PM, so we'll get a chance to see how stunning DC memorials are after dark.

Purchase tickets here!

The tour starts here (5 Lincoln Memorial Circle SW; adjacent to the Bikeshare station).

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