Fusion 2015 DC Tour

Fusion 2015 partnered with OnBoard Sightseeing Tours to offer a customized version of the DC It All Tour, arguably the best comprehensive guided tour available. Different from most tours available, which only feature played records, in the Fusion 2015 DC Tour the guide will off at each attraction and shows every important detail of each monument, helping attendees to experience everything DC has to offer.

The DC It All Tour includes a one-hour private boat cruise on the Potomac River. The tour includes free bottled water OnBoard, a top-notch licensed tour guide and posh mini-bus assigned to you for the duration of the tour, and six hours of fantastic sightseeing.

Tour will departure Thursday, 7/9, 10:00 AM, from the Conference Venue (Grand Hyatt Washington), and will have a 6-hour duration. The itinerary includes:

  • US Capitol Building
  • Washington Monument
  • World War II Memorial
  • Jefferson Memorial
  • FDR Memorial
  • Martin Luther King, Jr., Memorial
  • Private Boat Cruise (lunch cost not included)
  • Vietnam Memorial
  • Lincoln Memorial
  • Korean Memorial
  • Iwo Jima Memorial
  • White House

Price is $69.99 for adults and $59.99 for children.

Interested people should contact the Fusion 2015 Organizers via the Conference’s Contact Page.

Top Attractions

  • The most famous Washington, DC attraction is the White House, the workplace and residence of the President of the United States.
  • The National Mall is home to iconic Washington, DC attractions that represent important milestones in US history and the venue to the annual Fourth of July celebration.
  • The Smithsonian Museum collection is the largest network of museums and facilities in the world with 19 museums, a research complex, and the National Zoo.
  • The Verizon Center is the perfect venue for area sporting events, concerts, and family shows.
  • The Kennedy Center is the nation’s top arts facility and a stage to many performing arts productions.

Monuments and Memorials


For more information on tours and attractions plus maps and tips, visit the official tourism page of Washington, DC.