Congress Monument by Moonlight

The Washington Metropolitan Area Chapter, Charles Town West Virginia Chapter, and Charm City Payroll Association are your hosts for the 36th Annual Congress in National Harbor Maryland.  The hosts chapters are hosting a Monuments by Moonlight Tour around DC.

Monuments by Moonlight

Friday, May 18, 2018 / Tickets $35 per person

Tour departs at 7 pm; please arrive by 6:45 to check-in
Pick up/Drop off at the Gaylord National Harbor
The tour will last approximately 2 ½ - 3 hours long

Experience the beauty and awe of our country's most stirring monuments in a whole new way... by moonlight. On the Monuments by Moonlight Tour you'll be transported to many of the city's most famous sights while enjoying the tranquil night and evening breeze.

Highlights:
- Professional Tour Guides with entertaining stories and historical information
- See Washington DC's most popular monuments
- Stop and tour some of the great memorials
- Learn about the spirits who haunt the nation's Capitol
- See Washington DC in a different light and a new perspective

When the sun goes down, Washington turns into a different city, and Old Town Trolley Tours knows just the right way to show off the Capitol City at night! Enjoy the sights and sounds of this truly magnificent city as you join the professional tour guides for entertaining anecdotes and historical information along with a sprinkling of bewitching ghost stories of the spirits that haunt our nation’s capital.

Our professional tour guides will take you right to some of the city’s most popular monuments and let you see the city in a different light, stopping at:
- World War II Memorial
- FDR Memorial
- Lincoln Memorial
- Vietnam Veterans Memorial
- Korean War Memorial
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial

Onboard you'll see some of the city's most popular monuments such as the Capitol Building, the White House, and the Washington Monument.

The tour makes three stops, the MLK Jr. Memorial/ FDR Memorial, the Lincoln Memorial, and the World War II Memorial. The Lincoln Memorial stop also serves the Vietnam Veteran's Memorial and the Korean War Veteran's Memorial allowing you to see these sights in a different light. The MLK and FDR Memorials are the same stop.

Your spot is not reserved until you purchase and pay for your ticket!