Plan Your Best Washington, DC Trip Ever
The easiest way to get your kids excited for a visit to Washington, DC is to let them help plan it and spark their curiosity before you even leave…we help you do just that.
Virtual Tour Directory
Discover FREE virtual tours on our map and get familiar with DC before you even step foot here.
Explore attractions in Washington, DC through virtual tours and games, then add them to your road trip bucket list. Your kids will love to help! (coming in 2023)
Popular Virtual Tour:
Show Me the Money!
Did you know our money teaches US history? Learn about the people and places on our dollar bills from $1 to $100, know how to spot a fake, and visit 8 places in Washington, DC related to money on this 360° virtual tour.
Recently Added Escape Game:
What Damaged the Memorial?
Can you figure out what memorial was damaged and how it happened before time runs out and you’re thrown in jail? Find hidden clues, complete puzzles, and work together to solve this real life mystery in our 360° virtual escape game based in Washington, DC.
Meet Some Happy Explorers
Reviews are from our Outschool classes where we offer LIVE virtual tours and escape rooms for kids.
What a great class (maybe even my favorite Outschool class so far)! My son (8 yrs) had so much fun exploring the secret messages and hints on the dollar notes and exploring a few of the D.C. Monuments. I registered him for the class because we’ll travel to D.C. very soon and he is even more excited now to explore the city…
Speaking about Show Me the Money: A Virtual Tour of Washington, DC
“Knowledge begins in wonder.”
Cool stories, fun facts, weird holidays, and interesting places to visit to spark your curiosity.
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