Celebrate Diversity

Washington, D.C.

5 Days – 4 Nights


We customize our student tours to your

length of stay and requirements


Celebrate Diversity - Student Tour


Celebrate the diversified cultures of the world. Begin to understand how these have melded to become one great patriotic nation celebrating our differences while sharing a common belief “that all people are created equal”.


There are numerous tour options in our Nation’s Capital that can be included or substituted for suggested features in this tour. Please contact us for more information. We are experts in customized student tours.



·         4 Nights accommodation

·         Breakfast each morning

·         2 Lunches

·         4 Dinners

·         Admissions

·        Tour esort/guide service

·         Taxes and gratuities


Day One

·         Embassy or Saudi Arabia (or other International Embassy)

·         National World War II Memorial

·         Vietnam Veterans Memorial

·         Lincoln Memorial

·         Korean War Veterans Memorial

·         Franklin D. Roosevelt Memorial

·         Experience the dishes of India at dinner


Day Two

·         Frederick Douglass National Historic Site – Cedar Hill

·         Freedom Park

·         Lunch at Ben’s Chili Bowl

·         African American Heritage Tour of The Shaw Neighborhood

·         Drive by the African American Civil War Memorial

·         Drive by the Thurgood Marshall Center

·         Drive by the Mary McLeod Bethune Council House

·         Drive by the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Library

·         Drive by Malcolm X Park

·         Drive by Lincoln Theatre

·         African American Civil War Museum

·         Oldest synagogue building in Washington D.C.

·         Lillian and Albert Small Jewish Museum

·         Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima Statue)

·         Air Force Memorial

·         Jefferson Memorial

·         Dinner at an Asian Restaurant

·         The Kennedy Center


Day Three

·         The Organization of American States

·         Smithsonian Institution’s museums
The Diversity of the World is on display in the museums of the Smithsonian Institution

·         National Air & Space Museum

·         Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden

·         National Museum of African Art

·         Freer Gallery of Art

·         Arthur M. Sackler Gallery

·         National Museum of American History

·         National Museum of Natural History

·         National Museum of the American Indian

·         National Gallery of Art

·         Dinner this evening at a local Hispanic Restaurant


Day Four

·         Participate in a Local Volunteer Program

·         Newseum, the only interactive museum of news
Special Educational Program planned for Student Groups

·         Dinner and Presentations

·         Serving and Getting Involved

·         Presentations by representative of groups such as Civic/Educational:
·         Rotary Representative
·         Teach For America
·         Big Brothers & Sisters of America


Day Five

·         Capitol Hill

·         Photo opportunity and narrative tour of the outside of The United States Capitol

·         The Library of Congress

·         The Supreme Court Building


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