Pay Tribute to Veterans at Washington DC’s National Memorial Day Parade

On May 30, Washington DC will commemorate current and past veterans by hosting the National Memorial Day Parade, which will give US veterans a large tribute to their efforts in fighting for the freedom of Americans. Join the 150,000 spectators that come out to watch this great event, which represent the nation’s 50 states, with marching bands and veterans from all over the country. Be sure to bring your camera to take pictures of the parade as members march down DC’s Constitution Avenue. If you’re planning on coming down for a vacation to see this event and others, be sure to reserve your Washington DC lodging. You can continue your celebration of America’s proud history by viewing many of its monuments and memorials on the DC in a Day Tour. This great tour includes sightseeing some of the most famous national memorials and sites such as the FBI Building, Washington Monument, World War II Memorial, Ford’s Theatre, Grant Memorial and the Library of Congress. Take the comfortable motorcoach across the DC area and participate in this nine hour tour, which will provide you with a comprehensive experience of DC’s landmarks. After you’ve taken a ride on the motorcoach, you can try out a little more unique transportation with the DC Ducks tour, which takes you on both land and water in this World War II vehicle. You’ll hear interesting stories and witty side remarks from your tour guide as you view DC’s historic landmarks. Some of the tour’s highlights will include the legendary Smithsonian Institute, Korean War Memorial and Union Station. The tour is fully narrated, so feel free to ask your guide whatever questions you may have about DC’s sites!

0 thoughts on “Pay Tribute to Veterans at Washington DC’s National Memorial Day Parade

  1. The DC Ducks Tour sounds like a great way to see DC…had to think a minute to figure out what water was near…the Potomac River. The tour guides would increase the enjoyment factor.

  2. What a great way to celebrate the holiday than seeing a parade at our nations capital. Great way to show appriciation for all that have served.

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