To reserve your place on this tour, you will need to have the following trip code and password ready. Please write them down before proceeding:
TRIP CODE: T174004A
(This link will take you to the reservation
section of the ACTS website.)
The World History Institute
Impact of the Bible Tour
- with Dr. Marshall Foster
Visit Washington D.C. our nation's Capital City.
Be one of the first to visit the amazing
Museum of the Bible during its Grand Opening.
Enjoy the teaching of Dr. Marshall Foster, speaker, author, historian and founder of The World History Institute.
This tour is scheduled:
November 16 - 20, 2017
Package Inclusions are listed in the gray box below.
Package Itinerary is located in the tabbed day sections above.
*NOTE: The tour package above does not include transportation to and from the tour origination and completion locations. You are responsible to make your own air arrangements.
The investment options for this tour are:
Adult Quad Occupancy - $1229.00
Adult Double Occupancy - $1499.00
Adult Single Occupancy - $2114.00
After you arrive in the Washington, D.C. Capital Region, you will need to meet at the designated location. Here you will join the other tour participants and your ACTS Program Leader aboard the luxury motor coach and make your way to a Welcome Dinner with Dr. Marshall Foster.
Following dinner, we will make our way over to Capitol Hill. We will spend some time walking around the Capitol and will have some time of prayer together there.
You then will be checked into your included accommodations.
Welcome Dinner with Dr. Marshall Foster, prayer-walk on U.S. Capitol grounds.
After breakfast we make our way over to the Museum of the Bible. This museum is slated to be the most technologically advanced museum in the world providing guests with an immersive and personalized experience as they explore the history, narrative, and impact of the Bible. This will be our first day at the museum. We will return a second time tomorrow to continue our visit.
Lunch will be on your own at the Museum of the Bible.
After dinner tonight, we will head out for an Evening Illumination Tour of some of Washington's famous memorials.
Museum of the Bible, Washington, D.C. Memorials
Breakfast and Dinner
This morning we walk around the White House for photo opportunities and time to pray for our President. We then visit the World War II Memorial, the Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial, and the Vietnam Memorial.
This afternoon we return to the Museum of the Bible. You will be able to pick up where you left off and explore more of the museum's amazing collections and exhibits. We then return to our hotel to prepare for the evening.
This evening we will attend the musical show "Amazing Grace" in the debut production of the Museum of the Bible's World Stage Theater.
White House Photo Stop, World War II Memorial, MLK, Jr. Memorial, Vietnam Memorial, Amazing Grace musical show.
Breakfast and Dinner
This morning, we visit the Mount Vernon Estate, home of George and Martha Washington. You will be able to tour not only the mansion, but also the grounds - seeing the tomb of the Washingtons', and also the museum and education center.
Lunch will be in the historic port city of Alexandria, Virginia.
This afternoon our theme is sacrifice as we visit Arlington National Cemetery. We will view the Changing of the Guard Ceremony at the Tomb of the Unknowns. We will also participate in an Army Wreath-Laying Ceremony.
This evening dinner is at the famous Gadsby's Tavern in Alexandria - one of George Washington's favorite stops.
Mount Vernon, Alexandria, Arlington National Cemetery, Historic Gadsby's Tavern.
Breakfast and Gadsby's Tavern Dinner
Today, we visit Capitol Hill. We will visit the United States Supreme Court, the Library of Congress and the Visitor's Center of the U.S. Capitol with time to visit the public galleries and exhibits.
After lunch, we will have time to visit the world-famous Smithsonian Institution museums located along the National Mall.
The motorcoach will return us to our designated departure spot for our return trips back home.
Capitol Hill - including the Supreme Court, the Library of Congress and the U.S. Capitol Building; Smithsonian Museums.