Oath of Office
The oath of office will take place on Capitol Hill. The newly elected President and Vice President will be sworn in.
Witness the newly sworn in President address the nation. From Lincoln to Roosevelt to JFK, the Inaugural Address has been a mainstay in American History and quoted often.
After the the Inaugural Ceremonies, the President and Vice President make their way down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House. The tradition can be traced to our very first president, George Washington.
While the DC elite are living it up at the Inaugural Ball, you will be getting down at your own DJ dance! Dress to impress and celebrate in this grandiose occasion.
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Sample Customizable Itinerary Additional dates and custom itineraries available upon request.
January 19, 2017
- Tour the FDR, Jefferson & MLK Jr. Memorials
- Visit Arlington National Cemetery and see the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier, the Changing of the Guard Ceremony, the Challenger Memorial and the Kennedy Grave Sites.
- Visit the Iwo Jima Memorial, also known as the Marine Corps War Memorial.
- You will visit the estate and gardens of our first president, George Washington. You will have time to see a film at the visitor center, tour his home and explore the grounds.
January 20, 2017
- The oath of office will take place on Capitol Hill. The Newly Elected President and Vice President will be sworn in.
- Presidential Inaugural Address
- Inaugural Parade will take place on Pennsylvania Avenue
January 21, 2017
- Guided tour of the World War II, Vietnam War, Lincoln and the Korean War Memorials.
- View the North Lawn of the White House from Lafayette Park
- Explore one of the Smithsonian Museums
- Visit Air Force & 9/11 Memorial