To reserve your place on this tour, you will need to have the following trip code and password ready. Please write them down before proceeding:
TRIP CODE: T173002A
(This link will take you to the reservation
section of the ACTS website.)
Package Inclusions are listed
in the gray box below.
Package Itinerary is located
in the tabbed day sections above.
*NOTE: Transportation to and from the tour origination and completion locations IS NOT included.
This ACTS Family Tour features
four days in Washington, D.C.
This tour is scheduled:
October 13 - 16, 2017
The investment options for this tour are:
Child (5 - 17) Quad Occupancy - $559
Adult Quad Occupancy - $584
Adult Double Occupancy - $689
Family of Four in One Room
Children under 5 travel free with paying adult.
A family of four may (which must include one child),
may stay in one room for only $2289.
This is an inclusive price minus the cost of transportation to and from the trip origination and ending points.
A child under 5 years of age (at the time of the start of the tour) is able to travel free with a paying adult. The child does not count towards quad occupancy. The child also must be registered as a passenger.
An adult family member may choose the single room occupany rate and pay an additional single supplement rate of $335 in addition to the adult double rate of $689. Solo travel is not accepted on ACTS Family Tours unless travelling as part of a family group (unless this tour is open to ACTS Adult Tours also.)
When you first start the reservation process you will first create an account. From this account you are then able to register your entire family and manage all of your reservations from one account.
After you and your family arrive in Washington, D.C., you will need to meet at the designated location. Here you will join the other family tour participants, your ACTS Program Leader aboard the luxury motor coach.
A visit to the the Washington Monument and the World War II Memorial will be the first stops in our nation's capital city.
The evening starts off with a White House photo stop, Welcome Dinner, and a visit to the FDR Memorial.
You then will be checked into your included accommodations.
Washington Monument, World War II Memorial, White House Photo Stop, FDR Memorial.
This morning we will visit Cedar Hill - home of the famous abolitionist Frederick Douglass.
After lunch we head over to the Lincoln Memorial which is flanked by the Vietnam and Korean War Veteran's Memorials. Later this afternoon, we visit Ford's Theater and the Peterson House across the street where Abraham Lincoln died.
Following dinner we will visit the Jefferson Memorial before returning to our hotel.
Cedar Hill - Frederick Douglass House, Lincoln Memorial, Vietnam Veterans Memorial, Korean Veterans Memorial, Ford's Theater and Peterson House, Jefferson Memorial.
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
This morning our theme is sacrifice as we visit the Iwo Jima (Marine Corps) Memorial and Arlington National Cemetery. We will view the Changing of the Guard Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns.
This afternoon, we visit the Mount Vernon Estate, home of George and Martha Washington. You will be able to tour not only the mansion, but also the grounds - seeing the tomb of the Washingtons', and also the museum and education center.
This evening, after dinner, we will visit the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial.
Arlington National Cemetery, Marine Corps Memorial, Mount Vernon Estate, MLK Jr. Memorial
Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner
Today, we visit Capitol Hill. We will visit the United States Supreme Court, the Library of Congress and the Visitor's Center of the U.S. Capitol with time to visit the public galleries and exhibits.
After lunch, we will have time to visit the world-famous Smithsonian Institution museums located along the National Mall. You may also visit the National Archives to see the Declaration of Independence, the Constitution and the Bill of Rights.
The motorcoach will return us to our designated departure spot for our return trips back home.
Capitol Hill - including the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress and the U.S. Capitol Building; Smithsonian Museums, National Archives.
Breakfast and lunch