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Haymarket Transportation is the premium choice for transportation around Washington, D.C., Virginia, and Maryland. We offer multiple sightseeing tours, including our famous D.C. guided tour. Watch the attached video and continue reading to learn what sites may be seen.

Among many of the sites to see in D.C., we will take our guests to the Lincoln Memorial, Washington Monument, and Washington National Cathedral. We also offer an Evening Twilight Tour that will take our guests to view the Tidal Basin, Pershing Park, and the Pentagon. These are just a handful of expected sites to see during our Washington, D.C. tours.

Choose Haymarket Transportation for an unforgettable D.C. guided tour near Washington, D.C., Virginia, and Maryland. We are dedicated to providing comfortable, safe, and exceptional sightseeing tours. Do not hesitate to call us at (571) 748-3084 to reserve a tour.

Planning Your Visit to Historic Manassas

Historic Manassas is a must-see location, because it represents the first major battle of America’s Civil War. The First Battle of Manassas, also known as the First Battle of Bull Run, was fought over a strategic railroad crossing. The visitor center and museum of Historic Manassas is a memorable stop on your Virginia guided tour. Read on for help planning your visit to Historic Manassas .

Watch the Orientation Film

The Manassas orientation film—titled “Manassas: End of Innocence”—is a great way to learn more about the history of Manassas and why it is such an important site to visit. This film is 45 minutes long, and it covers the First and Second Battles of Manassas. The film shows every day, throughout the day. You can start or end your day trip to Manassas with the film, or you can relax during the day in the comfortable and air-conditioned theater.

Visit the Museum Exhibits

There are many exhibits to visit in the Henry Hill Visitor Center. These exhibits showcase various artifacts and information about the First Battle of Manassas. Exhibits are permanent and changing to offer you and other guests a fresh perspective on the Manassas region and battles. Many of these exhibits include audio and visual displays for your convenience. You can also visit a fiber-optic map that displays the troop movements during the First Battle of Manassas.

Stop by the Bookstore

You will not want to leave Historic Manassas without stopping at the bookstore. This shop offers a vast range of titles on the Civil War and the history of Northern Virginia. You can also find wonderful souvenirs, collectibles, music, and movies to help memorialize your trip to Historic Manassas. The bookstore is located off the main lobby.

Learn more about Manassas and the Civil War with Haymarket Transportation’s Virginia guided tours . We also offer sightseeing tours and school field trips in Virginia, Maryland, and Washington, D.C. Please call us at (571) 748-3084 to reserve your next tour.

Family-Friendly Day Trips Around DC & MD

There are countless sites, museums, and zoos for families to visit around Washington, D.C. and Maryland. The National Zoo, the National Mall, and Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello residence are just a few family-friendly locations that everyone will enjoy on Maryland or D.C. guided tour. Here is a closer look at these memorable, family-friendly day trip ideas:

Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello

The former residence of the United States’ third president is one of the key sites on a Virginia guided tour. It is an expansive location with a cemetery—where Jefferson is buried—the house, and the surrounding grounds. Families can book a tour to explore Monticello and learn more about one of the United States’ most famous presidents and Founding Fathers.

Brookside Gardens

Get back to nature at Brookside Gardens. This 50-acre expanse includes a butterfly garden, aquatic garden, and a Japanese-styled garden. Families can visit the horticultural reference library and two conservatories to learn about plants and gardening year-round.

National Aquarium

The National Aquarium is located in Baltimore Harbor, and it is home to almost 20,000 different aquatic specimens. There are films, natural exhibits, overnight experiences, and customized tours to create a memorable day trip for the entire family.

National Zoo

The National Zoo lies in the center of Washington, D.C. down the street from the National Mall. This free-entry zoo covers over 150 acres of land and is host to more than 1,500 animals. It is the perfect family-friendly day trip .

National Mall

The National Mall in Washington, D.C. is one of the most iconic locations in the country. There are several free museums and monuments to visit, including many Smithsonian museums, the Washington Monument, and the Lincoln Memorial. This visit is worth more than a day trip, but it is still possible to see many famous sites.

Experience these sites and more with Haymarket Transportation’s day trips serving Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia. We provide a multitude of customized tours for all types of travelers. Please call us at (571) 748-3084 to learn more.

Does Your Big Event Need Additional Staff?

There are several types of large events that require multiple staff to deliver food, direct foot and vehicle traffic, and provide guest transportation. Corporate events, weddings, and large reunions can all take advantage of additional staff. Continue reading to see if your big event may require onsite staffing.

  • If the event will have several guests that you must entertain, then book extra staff. This staff can be responsible for directing the evening, serving food, and possibly providing entertainment.
  • If your event requires many elements—such as varied entertainment, multiple food courses, and raffling events—then additional staff can help move these events seamlessly throughout the evening.
  • If the event venue is large or requires transportation to and from a parking lot, then you will want driving staff. Professional drivers can shuttle guests back and forth to their cars as needed.

Look to Haymarket Transportation for a variety of services, including event coordination and onsite staffing near Maryland, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. Let our expert staff work with you to plan an exceptional event. We can also help you customize tours around town for your out-of-town guests. We are available for questions at (571) 748-3084.

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