Presidential Inauguration 2021
Be There Live - Celebrate on Inauguration Day
4 Days | January 18-21, 2021
Starting At $Flexible Pricing
Since the 1981 inauguration of Ronald Reagan, the ceremony has been held at the west front of the United States Capitol facing the National Mall with its iconic Washington Monument and distant Lincoln Memorial. This year your group can be there live in person. You will have a chance to cancel the day after the election if your favorite does not win.
America the Beautiful y Mormon Tabernacle Choir at last Inuaguration
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Day 1 – Monday, – Washington DC – White House Photo Op/Lafayette Park – White House Visitors Center
Today, arrive in our Nation’s Capital and meet your full-time guide. Start with a stop for a photo opportunity at the White House and partake in a discussion and socializing at Lafayette Park.
Afterwards, spend time exploring a window into the President’s Home at the White House Visitor Center, home to approximately 100 historical artifacts and videos, including a touch screen tour of the White House.
This afternoon tour the Woodrow Wilson House, home of the 28th President of the United States. Drive past other presidential homes and neighborhoods enroute to your hotel. Check in for a three night stay. Enjoy a delicious meal at a popular local area restaurant this evening. (D)
Day 2 –Tuesday – Lincoln’s Cottage – Monuments & Memorials Tour
Enjoy breakfast at your hotel prior to departing for more Presidential discoveries. Start with a visit to the Lincoln Cottage where he lived and worked for over a quarter of his presidency. Afterwards, see the Presidents’ Portraits at the Smithsonian National Portrait Museum and enjoy lunch on own while visiting.
This afternoon, see memorials and monuments dedicated to Presidents including: the Lincoln Memorial, the Jefferson Memorial, the new Eisenhower Memorial, and the FDR Memorial. Enjoy an early included dinner and return to the hotel to rest before a very early morning tomorrow! (B,D)
Day 3 –Wednesday – INAUGURATION DAY – Presidential Inauguration Parade
Enjoy an early breakfast at your hotel this morning before finding your position for the Presidential Inauguration!
Tentative Inaugural Schedule (subject to change)
- Pre-Inaugural Music begins then the Swearing-In Ceremony
- The Vice-President is sworn in. Just before the President-elect takes the oath of office on Inauguration Day, the Vice President-elect will step forward on the Inaugural platform and repeat the oath of office. Although the United States Constitution specifically sets forth the oath required by the President, it only says that the Vice President and other government officers should take an oath upholding the Constitution. It does not specify the form of that oath.
- President is sworn in. “I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States.” Presidential oath of office
- The President delivers Inaugural Address. Every President since Washington has delivered an Inaugural address. While many of the early Presidents read their addresses before taking the oath, current custom dictates that the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court administer the oath first, followed by the President’s speech.
Have lunch on your own following the ceremony before enjoying the Presidential Inauguration Parade (seating tickets are NOT included). Spend the afternoon at the Smithsonian Museum of your choice before dinner at a local restaurant and returning to your hotel. (B,D)
Day 4 –Thursday – Presidential Tour of DC – Arlington National Cemetery – Depart for Home
Breakfast will be at your hotel before checking out, followed by a Presidential Tour of Washington, DC. Enjoy a visit to Madame Tussauds where you can meet all Presidents and have your photo taken in the Oval Office. Our final stop is Arlington National Cemetery to pay respects to the two presidents buried there, William Taft and John F. Kennedy. While visiting, witness the Changing of the Guard at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier and offer thanks and respect to over 400,000 men and women in their final resting place before departing for home. (B)