The National Museum of African-American History and Culture first opened its doors in September 2016. Operated by the Smithsonian Institution, the museum is dedicated to exploring the experience of African-Americans, as reflected in artifacts as diverse as a Bible owned by slave leader Nat Turner, a trumpet owned by jazz legend Louis Armstrong, and Muhammad Ali’s boxing gloves. To learn more about the museum, check out this video.
Would you like to put together a guided tour for your visit to the city of Washington, D.C.? Haymarket Transportation offers a number of options for enjoying the country’s capital during your visit. For more information, call (301) 778-2007 today.
If you’re planning to go to Washington, D.C. with a group of your friends or family members, you might be wondering what the best way to get around this famous city is. Fortunately, there are a number of convenient transportation options available to you. If you charter a bus, a mini-bus, or a van, you’ll be able to enjoy quick transportation to your destination of choice, whether that’s the International Spy Museum, the Library of Congress, or Arlington National Cemetery. Washington, D.C. is a large city, and there are numerous sights to see, so it’s important to find the most efficient way to get around in order to ensure that you are able to visit every place on your itinerary.
Haymarket Transportation has the vehicles you need to ensure that your trip to Washington, D.C., goes off without a hitch. If you’re looking to charter a bus or another vehicle for your upcoming visit, give us a call at (301) 778-2007 to get started.
When you are visiting Washington, D.C., one nearby attraction that you can visit via a charter bus or Virginia guided tour is the farmer’s market in Alexandria. This farmer’s market is the oldest in the country and is the perfect place to learn more about the community.
Watch this video to learn more about the farmer’s market in Alexandria. It is in the Old Town section of the city and is a local tradition. Some vendors have been selling their produce there for generations.
When you’re visiting the D.C. region, let Haymarket Transportation help you explore. We offer sightseeing tours and charter bus tours across Washington, D.C. and beyond. Contact us today at (301) 778-2007.
Richmond is an exciting and engaging destination for a charter bus trip to Virginia. The city is packed with both Southern charm and history, and it’s compact enough to explore in a short period of time. As the capital of the Confederacy during the Civil War, Richmond has a wealth of landmarks from that time period, but the city also boasts a great deal of history from Colonial days. Here are some of the sites you may want to put on your itinerary during a Richmond, Virginia guided tour.
Historic St. John’s Church
Located in the Church Hill neighborhood of Richmond, Historic St. John’s Church welcomes visitors daily. It was in this church that Patrick Henry gave a speech urging for the end of Colonial rule in which he delivered his famous line, “Give me liberty, or give me death.” You can stroll the grounds of the church and go inside to sit in the seats where the crowd listened to Henry’s speech. The church also offers re-enactments of the speed throughout the day.
Museum and White House of the Confederacy
The Museum and White House of the Confederacy has the largest collection of artifacts from the Confederacy in the country. The museum presents the history of the Civil War from all angles. There are military re-enactments on the grounds as well. The attraction is not a monument to the Confederacy but rather a historical examination of the period.=
Edgar Allan Poe Museum
Richmond was Poe’s hometown. His original house was destroyed in the early 1900s to widen a street, but it has been painstakingly restored nearby and now houses the museum. It has the most extensive collection in the world of Poe material and is a mecca for people from all over the world.
Haymarket Transportation offers Virginia guided tours across the state, including to the capital of Richmond. Dial (301) 778-2007 to book a guided tour or charter a bus with us to explore Virginia, D.C., Maryland, and beyond.
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