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Tours - Washington, DC

  • Image of The White House

    The White House

  • Image of the Capitol Building

    The Capitol Building

Explore the US Capital through the exclusive tours offered to HCII2024 Conference participants on:
- Tuesday, 2 July 2024, starting at 10:00 am
- Wednesday, 3 July 2024, starting at 1:00 pm
The tours last for 3 hours in a luxury vehicle with the aid of a professional guide. Pick up and return service from the Washington Hilton hotel (conference venue) at 1919 Connecticut Ave NW.
At the request of the conference organizers, the tours are organized by the operator of the 'Tours and Transportation Desk' of the Washington Hilton hotel, with a significant discount for its participants. Bookings can be made directly with the Tour Operator.

Price: $49 per person, per tour, plus tax

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Participants will be guided through various attractions that speak of the rich past of the Capital and will enjoy plenty of time for memories and photos. The bus will stop at a number of sites along the way and the guide will accompany and escort participants on and off the bus.

Washington, D.C., founded in 1790, was carefully planned and designed to be the federal capital of the United States of America. With a population of more than 6 million in the wider metropolitan area, is a world-class city with iconic monuments and memorials, incredible and free-to-enter museums, political prowess, foreign embassies, historic neighborhoods and revered Universities and Colleges.

Washington DC is rich in historical buildings and sights, like The White House, the official residence of the President of the United States, the Capitol Building, housing the Congress and the Library of Congress, the largest library complex in the world with a collection of more than 147 million books, manuscripts, and other materials. Nearby there is the National Mall, a large open park including the Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial, and the World War II Memorial.

The Smithsonian Institution, the world's largest museum, education, and research complex, maintains 17 free-to-enter museums in the area including the National Museum of Natural History, the National Air and Space Museum, the National Museum of African Art and the National Museum of American History.


Image of the entrance of Lincoln Memorial

Licoln Memorial

Image of The Washington Monument from the Lincoln Memorial

The Washington Monument from the Lincoln Memorial

Image of Dupont Circle

Dupont Circle

Image of the Washington Monument

The Washington Monument

Image of the World War II Memorial

The World War II Memorial

Image of the Jefferson Memorial

The Jefferson Memorial