TouringPlans Now Offers Full, Detailed Coverage of Washington, D.C.

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Today is the day! We have been teasing full coverage of Washington, D.C. for a while now, and it is finally here. What we are offering you, our beloved reader, is complete coverage of every major museum in America’s capital city, as well as minor museums, monument, and diversions. As you probably expect if you’re familiar with TouringPlans, the detail we’ve amassed on everything — especially major attractions like the Air and Space Museum — is incredible. We even have full details about the relatively new National Museum of African American History and Culture.

It’s not just attractions, however, as we also walk you through riding the Metro (subway system) and give you our top recommendations on where to stay, where to eat, and the best spots for nightlife. We are still working on full Washington, D.C. Touring Plans, but you may find our 2017 Washington Crowd Calendar helpful as you plan your trip to this wonderful city.

As we do with everything, we will continue to add things as well as maintain what we have already created. Please let us know what you would like to see us do for Washington, D.C. either in the comments below or by emailing me at Brian [at]

Thank you!

Brian McNichols

In addition to blogging, I also do some analyzin' here at Touring Plans. I am a travel nut, planning nut, Disney nut, wall nut. Husband of 1, father of 2. Hilariously funny in my own mind. Find me on Twitter @YesThatBrian if you like really dumb jokes.

4 thoughts on “TouringPlans Now Offers Full, Detailed Coverage of Washington, D.C.

  • February 13, 2017 at 1:34 pm

    This is wonderful! As a long time subscriber for our many WDW trips it’s going to be nice learning about the area I live in. Been living in the DC Metro area from 1995 to 1995 for the military then again from 2003 until now so I am excited to learn more about DC from one of my favorite websites!

  • February 13, 2017 at 1:46 pm

    Yeah! Touring plans is always my first stop in planning my Disney trips (to both coasts) and we are looking at a possible trip to D.C. In the fall. This will be a great help.

  • February 13, 2017 at 2:43 pm

    This has been a great service coming. Just make sure to preface that museum galleries can change frequently causing some items to shift. For example at the air and space museum, Apollo 11 Command Module Columbia is no longer in down town. It is located in Chantilly, Virginia.

    • February 15, 2017 at 8:32 am

      Ah, it’s at Udvar? Interesting. They’re moving some of the star power over there?


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