historical tours

Abraham Lincoln

This Washington, D.C. tour to Ford’s Theater will bring you back to the night that made history. Shortly into his second term, and only five days after the surrender of general Robert E. Lee, President Lincoln went to… Continue reading

Because of their close proximity to each other, Sonshine Education Tours recommends seeing these memorials together.

Statue of Thomas Jefferson

Jefferson Memorial

The West Potomac Park, on the shore of the Potomac River Tidal Basin began as a tidal sand… Continue reading

Mount Vernon, located in Virginia, was the plantation home of the first President of the United States, George Washington. Tour his home, pay your respects at his and Martha’s tombs and visit the new Ford Orientation Center.

Learn about George… Continue reading

The Library of Congress Reading Rooml

The Jefferson Building of the Library of Congress is perhaps the most magnificent building in Washington DC. The design of the building holds some of the richest public interiors in the United States, and… Continue reading

Capitol Building

This is the building that has defined the Washington DC skyline since the present dome was completed and topped with the statue of Freedom in 1863. Sonshine Educational Tours can arrange for your group to tour this iconic… Continue reading